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REGISTER. 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR THE YEAR CF OUR LORD 

1821: 

BEING THE FORTY-FIFTH OF THE IN- 
DEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

STATES-. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
BY NATHAN DABOLL. 



COMPILED UNDER THE INSPECTION OF THE SECRETARY 
OF THE STATE Or CONNECTICUT. 



NEW-LOKDON : 
PRINTED AND SOLI) BY SAMCF.L GR£Etf, 



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OBSERVATION. 



f T^HE hour of the night is, many times, more Con- 
± veniently estimated by the moon's southing, than 
by her rising and sluing. 

To find the moon's southing : 

RULE. 

Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

will have the true time of the moon's southing for that 

iay. 

N. B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 
you will have the length of the day ; and double the 
time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night 

Chronological Cycles for the year 1821. 

Dominical Letter G 1 Solar Cycle, 10 



Lunar Cycle or 7 17 | Roman Indictitn, 9 
Golden Number, 3 I Julian Period, 6534 
Epact, 26 



Names and Characters of the Planets. 
© or © Sol or Sun. # Herscbel. ^ Saturn. 
# or 3 Luna or Mooo. % Jupiter* % Mare 
© Tellas, or Earth. ? Yenus. 5 Mercury. 



Names and Characters of the Aspects. 

& Conjunction, or Planets situated in the same 
longitude. 

jfr QuartiJ*, whea they are 90 degrees distant 
from each other. 

g Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis- 
tant. 

A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant. 

if Sextile, is when two planets or stars are CO de- 
grees distant. 



T 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1821. • 

^HERE ttill be but two Eclipses this year, 
both of tbe Sun, as follows : viz. 



I. Tbe first will be March 4th, at Oh. 50m. in 
the morning, consequently invisible to us ; but in 
longitude 95° 581' E, and latitude 8° 281' S. the 
»un will be centrally eclipsed on the meridian. 

II. The second will be August 27th, risible by 
calculation, as follows : 

Beginning of the eclipse 7 49} Apparent time 
Middle 9 5 \ in the 

Bad of the eclipse 10 31 } Morning. 

Whole duration 2 42 

Quantity of greatest obscuration, 7| digits on the 

Sun's Southern Limb. 



Electors' Meeting 

IS held annually on the first Monday in 



A l siui^iLsneiytng tiit atj/crence of ttign- n ater at 
several places from J\ ew- London* 

THE fixth column of each monthly page fhews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
Blizabethtown- Point, Tampan] in-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina — to which if you add and fubtraft as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtracled—(H) ftands for 
hours, (M) for minutes. 



Names of Places 

Albany A 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar. S 

Annapolis. Nov/. A 

New -Bed ford S 

Bofton . A 

Burlington A 

Can.-io A 

Cape-Ann ; A 

Cape Fear S 

Cafco Bay A 

Charlefton Bar S 

Fairfield A 
FrederiC3. y Gecrgza t S 

Georgetown Bar $ 

Guilford A 

Hvtckcnfack A 

tfalifax A 

Hell Gate A 

Hartford A 

Hingham S 

Huntington A 

Ipfwich A 

Jamestown A 
K'wgdowYi^EfopuSy A 

Louifbourgh A 

Main Ocean S 

Mobile-Point A 

Nantucket S 



H.M. Ttfawes of Places. 
6 3° New bury | ort A 

o 45 New- Haven A 

2 c New- Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
ij.i Pen obfcot f 
20 I Pen fa col a 



Philadelphia 
Pifcataway 
Plymouth 



I 

2 isjPoiepels liland 
2 2c Port Royal, 5. C. 
2 o Portfmouth 

1 o Providence 

2 20 Purifburgh, £. C, 

1 go Quebec 

3 o F.eedy-Tfland 
3 o Rhode-Ifland 

30 Salem 

2 20 Sandy-Hook 

1 3 2 Savannah 

2 o Saybrook 

2 43 St. Auguftine, B. 
o 50 St. John's, Ne-uf. 
6 Snnbury, Georgia, 

3 oTybeeBar 

45 White Stone 

6 c-jwiiliamfburg, Va. 

1 , SOjWiiiViin^on, IV'.C. 



JANUARY hath 31 days. 



New mo, 4d. In, 35m. m. Full mo. Itfd. 2h. 27m. m 
First qr . lO d. 9h . 17m. af. Last qr. 2(>d. 5h. 55m. mJ 
w ) Calendar, Sec. |©r. J(v)s.jF.sea|r. ]) s 



l|2iCir'u. Day #sct 10h.9m 7 28 



2*3 



Venus rises 4h. 48m. m 



3 4 J) low. Cold and frosty 
45 40^ tides swell, likely 

5 6 Q sl.oi elk. 7 m /or snow 

6 7 Epiph. or rain soon. 
7Gjlst aft. epiph. j perigee. 

8 2jVic. by G. Jack. 1815. 

9 3\Pleasane. [ 6 } 2/ 

10 4 J7*'s south 8h. D0) 

1 1 5 \Cold increases, and snow 

12 6JDay br. 5h. 39m. may 

13 7 1 2/ set Oh. 37in be expecl- 

14 G;2d alter epiph, e^/ soo?*. 

15 2 [Venus rises 5h. 8m. mo 

1 6 3 h) high. Variable rveatk 

17 4 IDays increase 26m. er. 

18 5'^0 3).Capellasou. 

19 6 [Pleasant for winter, but 

20 7 j0 enters^ 7h. lorn, mo 

21 G!3d af. Epiph. we may 

22 2 [expect cold weather and 
? 63 3 1 J apogee, snow soon. 

24U|Day break 5h. 29m 
25j5j^sets 8h 48m. 
26 6|Venus rises 5h. 23m. m. 
27j7 \Rain or snow, ihenptem* 
28)G4th af. <eph. ant, but soon 
29,2 '©al.cPk 1 3m. clouds up 
303 i 5 low. and looks likely 
$\U for falling weather 



4 32 
4 33 
433 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 
4 36 
436 
4 37 
4 38 
4 39 
4 39 
4 40 
441 
4 42 
142 
143 
444 
445 
446 
147 
148 
4 49 
450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 



b 32 

7 28 

8 27 

9 27 



10 
11 

aft. 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



8 5? 

9 48 

10 34 

11 1? 
II 51 
morn 

37 



New m. 2d. In. 51m. at. full mo. 16d. 7h- 46t). aft 
rirstqr. 9d, 6h. 3m» m, \ Last qr> 25d. Oh. 50m. mo 



FEBRUARY "hath 28 days. 



m|wI 
15 

f 

37 

4G 
52 



Calendar, otc. , @r.j©s.|F,sea.| 



Yeaus risf s 5h. 3 i m. rn 

2/ set 8h. 1 8 m. ate for t!u 
5lh a!', epb. 5 perigee. 
6 5 1/. high tides, ,setf- 
0sl. of clock 14m. so/2.J6 56 



6j3 

7i4 Drims very high. 

8 .5 Looks likely for snow oi 

QJ6 Sup. 6* 5.H0D rah 

I oj7 Dog star sou. 9h,&per- 

il.G6af.epho haps both. 

12 2 Pleasant for the season. 

1 3*3 Daybreak 5h. 10m. 

14 j 4 Valeut. 9 rise 5h. 38n 

15'5 hut soon clouds up for 

1 6, 6 <? O D • *-w«w A'/onw 

17 7 then groivs more 

1SG . 5f»pt. Smi. ©cot. X 

10 2 VcpuB rises 5h. 38m. 
J20.3 D Apogee. pleasant 
2l|4 f/tf/i co/ffcr 
22 5 Washington born 1732 
236 Day break 5h. 
24 7 St. Matthias. 
25,G .Sexajjes. Stinri. H0 D 
26;2- J runs low. 
273 Lyra rise o'clock. 
r28; 1 ; Qslow of clock i 2m. 
!~""'The Planet Venus ( 9 ) will be Morning bt 
<$2d May, the r : ce £ v e u i n 1; S t ar to the year's e 



7 2 


(458 


8 


; 1 


4 59 


3 5i 


7 


5 


9 :-■ 


559 


5 1 


10 4 L 


b57 


5 3 


11 35 


656 


5 4 


aft. 24 


555 


5 5 


1 15 


$54 


5 t 


2 2 


3 53 


5 7 


3 3 


651 


5 9 


3 57 


350 


5 10 


4 5 


o49 


5 11 


5 52 


3 48 


5 12 


6 47 


o46 


5 14 


7 39 


^45 


5 15 


8 27 


144 


5 ie 


9 n 


5 42 


5 18 


9 52 


54} 


5 If 


10 32 


J40 


5 2t 


il li 


5 38 


5 2$ 


i I 51 


5 37 


5 23 


morn 


5 3e 


5 24 


3< 


J 34 


5 2t 


1 15 


•333 


5 2'/ 


2 ) 


5 32 


> 2: 


2 52 


J3( 


5 3( 


3 46 


5 2f 


S3 


4 44 


5 28 


5 32 


b 43 



L- 7 

r untrJ' 
nd. j 



'_ M ARCH lut h STiUys. 

New moon 4d7bh. 50m. m 



First qr. IQd. 4h. 20 m. ^f. 
m|w| Calendar, &c. 



10 

U 

12 

13 

\4 

15 

16J6 

17 7 

18JG 

10 

20 



Full mo. 18d. Wn 6m. a 
Lastg u. 26 d . 4h. 3 m. af 

|©r.|©s:iF>sea.|i-.3? 



*y br« 4|1 bum. ii.c/;ec; 6 26;534 





c$ © 9 . 6 ])S. snow or 
7 # s set midnight, rni/i 
Qniuquages Su. 6 j) $ 
High tides. [J> perigee. 
Shrove Tues. IVc may 
Ash Wednesday, havt 
rain or snow about (hi. 
3) runs high. time. 
©si. cl'k.lOm. n©D. 
Moderate, pleasant 
Greg. Martyr, weather 
for some days; 

then we may 
5 station 



6 25'5 35 
6 23 5 37 



6 22 
6 2 
6 19 
6 18 
6 16 
615 
6 14 
6 12 
611 
6 10 
6 
6 7 



expect an easterly ttormG 5 5 55 



! 



fl 



5 38 
5 39 
54! 
542 
5 44 
5 45 
546 
5 48 
5 49 
5 50 
5 52 
553 



556 
557 

5 59 




\at tended with high wind, 

2 in Lent. SOD 
J) apogee. Some plea 
Qml.«P lOh. aft. ant 
Benedict. weather 
nhoul this time ; then wc 

6 % ?.n© #. may 

3 runs \Q\v.have a stnrm 
3 In Lent. Ann. B.V 

6 % iufe 6©§ 
Day break 4h. 10m. 
Unsettled weather. 

Cold and windy, then 5 47 6 13 
©slow of clock 4m. 5 46 614 
<£jj> % . more pleasant, 5 45 , *S 15 



4 
3 
6 ] 

a oja 

5 53 6 2 
5 566 4 
5 54 ] 6 6 
5 53*6 7 
5 5IJ6 9 
5 50.8 20 
5 19^6 1 \ 
5 48,6 12 



6 41 

7 37 

8 31 

9 24 
10 15 
il 7 
ift. 1 

57 

1 54 

2 53 

3 52 

4 48 

5 41 

6 30 

7 15 

7 57 

8 37 

9 16 
9 U 

10 3€ 

11 19 
morn. 
4 

55 

1 45 

2 40 



5 
5 3 

tf 3 
Dset 

7 3 

9 

10 2 
U 4 
worn 

1 

1 5 

2 4 

3 3 

4 1 

4 41 

5 i 
b 3: 

j)riss 

7 t 

8 L! 

9 1, 

10 2( 

11 2< 
morn 

21 

1 2^ 



3 37; 2 K 

4 JM 3 £ 

5 29J 3 31 

6 23] 4 f 

7 15! 4 3 J 



Is 




m 














APtffL hath 30 days. 




jw 01. 2d. i0d»24m. m. 


Fu4 mo. 17d 7ft. 44m. m. 


F:rsc qr< 9d.,4h. 37m. m. 


Last qr. 25. 3h. 


23m. mo; 


m|w| Calendar, &c, |©ri |©s.|F. 


sea Jr. J) s» 


i.U4thmleiiUnidii, 6 D $543617 


8 


7 


4 59 


2" 2.' 5 peri. Elect. Meeting.|5 42^0 18 


8 


59 


I) sets 


33 


,'Qsl. cl'k.Sm. hightides5 41 8 29 


9 


43 


7 59 


4 


4 


6l Ambrose, Pleasant, 


5 39 


621 


10 


49 


9 22 


5 


5 


then comes rain. 


5S8 


6 22 


11 


48 


10 45 


6 


6 


# station. > runs high. 


5 36 


6 24 


aft, 49 


J I 56 


7 


7 


Day break 3h. 56m. 


5 35 


6 25 


1 


50 


morn. 


3 


G 


5 in lent. East winds, 


5 34 


6 26 


2 


49 


58 


9 


2 


§ station* O O 3 • rarftei 


5 32 


6 28 


3 


44 


1 41 


10 


3 


cS 2/ 9 . dry for April. 


531 


6 29 


4 


34 


2 18 


ii 


4 


Showery, pleasant 


5 30 


6 30 


4 


21 


2 55 


12 


5 


weather. 


5 28 


6 32 


6 


4 


3 21 


13 


6 


7 # sset 9b. 33m. 


527 


6 33 


6 


45 


3 48 


14 


7 


O & cl.even. cool wind* 


5 26 


6 34 


7 


24 


4 9 


15 


G 


6 in lent. Palm Sunday 


5 24 


6 36 


8 


3 


4 30 


J6 


2 


[ 3 apogee. 


5 23]6 37 


8 


43 


4 52 


17 


3 


f fe $.g©3. # %/* 


5 22 


6 38 


9 


25 


Drise 


18 


4 


rvinds. Showers in some 


5 21 


639 


10 


9 


8 7 


19 


5 


1 places. 


5 19 


641 


10 


57 


9 17 


20 


6 


Good Friday. Ge 8 10b. 


5 18 


6 42 


11 


48 


10 27 


21 


7 


D runs low. 


5 17 


6 43 


mora. 


11 27 


12 


G 


Easter S. £gr. elon. 


5 15*6 45 





42 


morn. 


23 


2 


k E. Monday. Spring-like 


5 116 46 


1 


38 


22 


24 


3 


weather. 


5 1 ;>) 4 7 


2 


33 


1 6 


25 


1 


St. Mark. D Q 3 . 


6 12648 


3 


28 


1 45 


20 


5 


6 % % 7*sset 8ii.5Jin 


5 1164© 


4 


20 


2 25 


27 


6 


Day break 3h. 20m 


5 96 51 


5 


1 


2 47 


28 


7 


(latterly winds, perha/is 


5 8|0 52 


6 


1 


3 


29 


G 


1st aft. East* Lou* Sund. 


5 7 53 


8 


5' 


3 35 


30 2 


Joerteee ra/fi. 


5 do 64 


7 


42 


4 



MAY hath 31 dffy 
I 



New mo. Id. 6h. 45m 

First qr. 8d. 6h. 56m. m. 

New moon 3 k! 



Full m. 16d. llh. 19m. af 
Last qr.24d. llh. i6m.m. 
2h. 35m. morn. 



Calendar, &c. 



©ri. ©s 



(505. 5 

Election at JST. Haven, 5 
Day br. 3h.6m. Chilly, 5 
D runs high . cool, north- 5 1 
erly winds. 5 

2 in Easter. More pleas- 4 59 
7*sset 8h. 9fB. ant 4 58 
prises 3h. 50m, morn. 4 57 
Easter term begins Some 4 56 
want of rain. Rather 4 55 
too cooler vegetation* 4 54 
j) south 9h. 4 53 

3 aft. Easter, t apogee. 4 52 
prises 3h. 23ta. inor. 4 51 
fast cl'k. 4ai. Now 4 50 
§ O D • expect a spell of 
warm, lowry weather, 
and perhaps thunder* 
J> runs low. 

4 aft, Easter. 0ent.n 
Pleasant* Flying 

Sup. 6 O 9 clouds* 
Showers in some 
□ 0). places. 
Day break 2Ii.-38ai. 
% rises 2h. 41m mor. 

5 aft. E. Rogation Sun 
3 perigee. Expect 
©fast clock 3;h. rain 

30 4 Sup. 6 OS, near tin 
3 J 5 Aflcnn, holy Th. time. 



Q55 

!657 

!6 58 

6 59 



1 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

7 7 
7 8 
7 9 
7 10 
4 49J7H 
4 48 7 12 
4 47 7 13 
4 467 14 
4 45J7 15 
4 4417 16 
4 43|7 17 
4 42,7 1 8 
4 42j7 18 
441719 
4 40 7 20 
4 3§!7 21 
4 39,7 21 
4 38,722 
4 37)723 
437i723 



E.sca.jr. ])s 
jFets 

I 8 23 
9 35 

10 47 

II 44 
morn. 

32 
59 



8 36 

9 35 

10 36 

11 39 
aft. 41 

1 40 

2 33 

3 22 

4 6 

4 47 

5 27 

6 6 

6 45 

7 26 

8 10 

8 57 

9 47 

10 40 

11 36 
morn. 

31 

1 25 

2 17 

3 7 

3 55 

4 43 

5 32 

a S3 

7 18 

8 17 

9 1Q 



26 
54 
9 
34 
55 
16 
40 
1) rise 

8 23 

9 21 

10 20 

11 9 
11 44 
morn. 

18 

45 

1 11 
1 35 

1 58 

2 26 
2 53 
b 21 



J LINK hath ;>»;■ days, 
First qir77d. lOn. 57hi. mf) Est <ff» 22d74h743m. af. 



FuH mo 15d. Oh. 27m- af. 



New mo. £9d« I Oh. 3m. m 



Calendar, &c. 



l©r„l©s.|F.sealr, Ds 



16 | 6" $ P. 

2 7(24 rise 2b. 16m mor 
3;GjSuud af. asceu. Pleamni 
-12 |Day break 2h. 25m. 
O last cik.2m. agreeable 
weather. Heat increase* 
Q0) perhaps thunder 
Arcturus south 9h. 
3 apogee, low tides. 
Whit Sunday. A fine 
W. Mood, season if not 
too dry. Looks likely 



6J4 

8j6 

9|7 

io;G 

It? 
12 3 



3|4 Ijfor rain soon. 



436,7 
4 36|7 
4 8$ 7 
4 347 
4 34J7 
4 33;7 
4 33;7 
4 33; 7 
4 32i7 
132? 
4 32> 
431i7 
43IJ7 
431,7 
4 31J7 



24 10 

24 11 

25 aft. 

26 1 
26! \ 



prises lis. 32m mor. 
G& clock even. <? D . - 
Jlow. Some rain nea rA 3 i ; 7 
Tria Sun, this time, /4 31J7 
am confident. j4 30*7 



15:6 

167 

i~;G 

\% 2 

L03L;i If, fy. FleaianUZOj 

10 4 longest day. ivcaiher. J4 30*7 
QcntgS 7h. after U 30:? 

Trio term begins. Very A 30 7 
warm weather^ perhaps 4 30 1 

1 af. Tr. Nat. John 13. 4 30^7 
J) peri, thunder showers 1 A 3 ! [7 
2/ rise 43ro.m. in s<w?£4 3lJ7 

2 runs hgh, places* '4 3 1 j7 
Alpha south 9h. ! 4 3l{7 
St, Peter. 60]). wan;* 4 3 17 
foggy, rainy weather. 4317 



5 2^ 1 17 



21-!* 
22,6 

£3j7 
S4iG 
'25!? 
2C ! 3 

27 4 

28 5 

29 6 
'30 7 



29 1 
29|ll 
30jruo 
3.0 
30{ 1 



9 2, 
10 IP 

10 £5 

11 3i 
11 58 
morn* 

18 
37 
57 



30 
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30 
30 
29 
29; 5 
29! o 
20| 8 
20] 9 
29*10 



1 38 

2 e 

2 33 

3 4 
3 rise 

9 C 
9 3 
10 i-| 
9;1(V4 

on io 

43 } I 5$ 
35,1 t 5i 
23 mo Mi 
12 2( 
3 5 
59 \ 2 
5C'. 2 I 
1 2 5- 1 
1 DsH 
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4 



JUJLY hath 31 days. 




First qr. 7d» 4h. lm» md. 


bast qr. 21d. 9h. 7m. m. 


Full m- 14rl. lh. 32m. af. 


New m- 28d- 9h 


. 25m. af. 


M| 


\v| Canada r. fccc. |@ri.|(v)s.|F .sea.Jr, j) is. 


1 


G 2d Sun. ait. Trin. 


4 32< 


7 28110 


55 


9 21 


2 


2 • 5/ rises Oh. 24m. 


4 32 


7 2811 


44 


9 54 


-3 


3 1 J growing season. 


4 32 


7 28 aft 29 


10 15 


A 


4 g gr.elon Independence. 


133 


7 27 


1 


11 


10 36 


5 


5 J Rery wann. 


133 


7 27 


I 


51 


10 56 


t 


ojVeuus sets 8h. 17. 


4 33 


7 27 


2 


30 


11 15 


f 


7 | ]) apogee. D0). &?tftf 


4 34 


7 26 3 


10 


11 36 


U 


G 3 af. Tr. want of rain 


434 


7 26! 3 


52 


H 5>7 


c 


2 low tides. A ut ares so.9h. 


4 35 


725| 4 


3t: 


aaorn. ; 


10 


3 


©fast clock 5m. * ^ 


4 36 


7 24J 5 


23 


22 


ii 


4 


Trinity term cuds. 


4 36 


7 24^ 6 


lb 


I %. 


12 


5 


Day break 2h. 26m. 


437 


7 23' 7 





I 4(1 


1.3 


6 


prises 1 lh. 44tn. 


4 38 


7 22! 8 


I 


2 sm 


14 


7 


<? O j> • J£.r/tfd £ cwtf 


4 38 


7 22! 9 


£ 


D riser 


15 


G 


4 aft. Trio. rain 


4 39 


721 


9 


5h 


8 13] 


it 


I 


near this time. 


4 40 


7 20 


10 


be 


8 4l! 


17 


3 

<> 


DLtant thunder. 


4 4o 


7 20 


11 


4b 


9 m 


18 


4 


$ station. D0 h- 


4 41 


719 


morn 


9 32 ; 


19 


3 


Good weather for 


4 42 


7 18 





C}f 


9 sd 


io 


6 


Jperigre. haying. 


4 43 


7 17 


t 


K 


10 23! 


21 


7 


D0) qO 3/. &?w«? 


4 43 


7 17 


2 


K 


10 51! 


22 


G 5 ai. Tr.in. ###1 of rain 


4 44 


7 16 


1 2 


5c 


11 G2' 


28 


2 


0tr)t J2 ^>^ 32m. mor. 


4 45 


7 15, 3 


AP 


norn. j 


I A 


> 


AiUares sou. 8h. 


4 46 


7 14 4 


4(5 


14, 


2 b 


1 


Dog days begin. 


4 47 


7 131 5 


4t 


$6 


U 


5 


Venus sets 3h, 12m. 


4 48 


7 12J 6 


4tf 


1 3a 1 


2; 


6 


it lOh 48m.IooJb like. 


4 49 


7 11 7 


45 


2 45 


%% 


7 


403. /i/ for rain, hut 


4 50 


7 1 Oj 8 


4; 


D sets 


29 


G af Tr. a/i prgr ** /<$ 


451 


7 : 9 


33 


7 4C 


30 


2 fri dry trealher. 


4 52 


7 8.10 


20 


8 r. 


P 


3 


J*j rise I lh. J5?n. 




4 53 


7 7 


1 


1 4 


8 30 





1- 




OCTOBER hath 31 days % 


First 


qr. 4d. 6h. 14rn. m©. 


Last qr. 17d. 4h. 23m af 


1 


Full moon lid. 3h. 39m. m. 


New mo. 25d. 8h. 4m. af. 


1 


M| 


w) Calendar, Sec. ©ri.|®s 


F.sea.Jr. 3>s 




llft 


fleas ant weather. 


612 


5 43 


55 


8 £ 




2 


3 


% sou. Hi. 13ai. mor. 


6 13 


5 47 


1 47 


9 5 


* 


Jf 


4 


Day break 4b. 40m. 


6 15 


5 45 


2 41 


10 b 


4 


5 


OOJ. Unsettled® 16 


5 44 


3 35 


11 h 




5 


6 


©fast cl. 12m. weather. 6 1 7 


5 43 


3 29 


morn 




b 


7 


Venus sets fh.Sm. 6 19 


5 41 


5 22 


13 




7 


G 


16 af. Tr. Cool eveningsk 20 


5 40 


6 13 


1 34 




8 


2 


7*srise 7b.l0m.<&mor-j6 21 


5 39 


7 3 


2 4§ 




9 


3 


m'/j#.?. Thick y smoky.6 23 


5 37 


7 54 


4 4 




10 


4 


weather, then comes Id 24 


5 3@ 


8 46 


5 14 




11 


5 


#© jr. **»/, /resty 6 26 


5 34 


9 40 


3risr 




12 


6 


> perigee. nights. 


627 


5 33 


10 48 


6 e 




13 


7 


high tides. 


6 28 


5 32 


11 39 


6 42 




14 


G 


17 aft. Trinity. 


6 30 


5 30 


morn. 


7 42 




15 


2 


D tuns high. 


631 


5 29 


42 


8 35 




16 


3 


§ © ^ . Aurora Borea. 


6 32 


5 28 


1 42 


9 44 




17 


4 


il/ay ftfli?e raz>? 


634 


5 26 


2 45 


JO 53 


<1 


18 


5 


St. Mark. 8®%- 


6 35 


5 25 


3 41 


11 b^ 


i 


19 
20 


G 


% sou midnight. 60i, 


6 36 


5 24 


4 31 


mom. 


Ai 


7 


Venus sets 7h.6m. about 


6 38 


5 22 


5 17 


1 e 


N 


21 


G 


18 aft. Trio, this time. 


6 39 


521 


6 


2 13 




22 


o 


Fomer sou. 9b. 


6 40 


5 20 


6 4? 


3 17 


* 


23 


3 


Oent.trjj 5h. 47m. aft. 


6 42 


5 18 


7 21 


4 17 




24 


1- 


Day break 5h. 


6 43 


517 


8 


5 17 




25 


5 


Usou. Ilh.32m.c5 ©3 


6 44 


5 16 


8 41 


Dsete 




2(1 


6 


3 apogee. Pleasant 


6 45 


515 


9 24 


5 18 




27 


7 


©fastcl. 16m. wcatlier 


6 48 


5 1340 9 5 5f 




28 


G 


19af.Tr. St.Sim.Sc Jude. 


647 


5 1240 57 


6 23 




20 


2 


Weather grows cold 


6 49 


5 1 1 1 1 1 48 


7 1] 




30 


3 


$£r, elon, J low. 


651 


5 9 aft. 40 


7 59 




31 


4 


Pleasant for the season 


6 52 5 8 ! 1 33 


7 58 



"NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 



Firbt (jr. 2d. 8h. 2Cnt\. mo. 
Full ipoon 9d. lh. 3m. aft. 



m|w| CalendarT&c. \ Qv\. \ Qs.jE.sea.|r. Js . 



r\ 



4 



Lust qr. 16a. 9h. 48m. mo' 
New r«o.24d. 2h. 29m. af. 



15 

26 

3'j7 



6|3 

7|4 
*8j5 
*9 6 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

1 CJ6 ! 
17 



All Saints, Agreeable ft 53 5 
All Souls. D0 D. '6 54;5 
6 B&jB 
6 5G5 
857 
(0 58 
6 59 
7 



2/ rise 9h. weather but 
4jG'20 af. Ti\ ?ve may expect 



5;2 a cold storm soon. 
% sou. lOh. 35m. 
Venus sets 7h. 15iu, 
Day br. 5h. 22ro. 
5 station. J perigee 
7 High tides. Goo</ 

G 2 1 aft. Trin. weather 7 

2 j 3 high, for the seasonal 

3 ©fast clock 15m. but[1 

4 soon grows cold and rve.7 
may have snow 

6* 1> S,D0i. soon 
7 JYL, rise 8h. 
18|G22 aft Trio. D0S. 
1 9 ( 2 Venus sets 7h. 1 9rn. 
20.3 jlufe. ($©?, CW</ 
21*4 J7*s 1 lh. 48in. increase* 
J225 ; 0*nt. / 2h. aft 
J236 1 > A pogee* Pleasant 
\Z4t\l\6 © }. weather. 
25.G23 af. Tr. J low. 
&62 Venus sets 7h. 43ld. 
,£7|3 h/ south 9h. 10m. 
|28]4,G f 'ist clock 12m. 
J29J5 Unsettled weather. 
30J6 St. Andrew. $ station 



5 
5 
5 
5 
4 59 
4 57 
4 56 
4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
451 
4 50 
4 



2 
3 

4 
4 

5 

7 
8 
9 20 

10 23 

11 28 
mora. 

32 



10 
11 17 
morn 

28 

1 42 

2 56 

4 9 
,5 22 

3 rise 

5 27 
6 
7 
8 



12 4 48 

13 4 47 

14,4 46; 
7 15:4 45' 
7 16,4 44! 
7 17j4 43 ! 
7 18 4 42! 



Ik* 



28 

38 

9 50 



31 

25 10 58 
morn, 
I 
1 



14 
58 
39 

19J 
58' 
98j 

20 



7 19441 
7 194 4M0 
7 20 4 40H 
7 2) 4 39 aft. 
7 22*4 38 1 
7 22 4 38 1 



2 
3 

4 

5 
4i 6 
1 1 > sets 
41] 5 4 

5 



33, 
26 
It 

9! 9 
57 10 



6 50 

7 57 
9 4 

1-3] 



DECEMBER hath 31 days, 

First qr. 2d. 8h. 24m. m. | Last qr. 16d. 4h. 2m. mo. 

Full mo. 8d. Ilh.l7m. m. | New mo. 24d. 8h. 19m. m 

First g uar. 31 d. 6h.. 4m. after, 



m] w| Calendar, Sec. |©r. ©s. F-se a |r. D s 



1|7 2/south. 8h. 47m. Rain\723437 
2 G, Adveut. OQD or snow 7 24 4 36 
3'2 Day br. 5h. 40m. at 7 21 4 36 

4 3 ©last clock 9m. hand. 7 25 4 35 

5 4 Dog star rises 9b. 7 25 4 35 

6 5 Venus sets 7h, 56m. 7 26 4 34 

7 6 £>>r. elon. 3 perigee. 7 26 4 34 
8j7 Cold weather with high 7 27 4 33 
9iG 2d in Acjvent. 3 high. 7 27 4 33 

10J2 High tides, wind*, and 728 4 32 
113 $ © > . perhaps snow. 7 28 4 3? 
1 214 2/ south 7h. 58m. J7 29 4 3 1 

Venus sets 8h. 15m. 7 29 4 3 1 
Washington died I 799. (7 29 4 3 1 
Grows voider and} 29 4 3 J 
3 in Advent. 2/ stat.ion.J7 29 4 31 
snow may be expected j7 SO 4 30 
'-8i3JGrast clock 3m. soon. 1730430 
I9|4r> apogee, low tides. 1730 430 
20[5 {Shortest days 91). 7 30 4 30 

21 !o St. Thomas. Pleasant! 30 4 30 
22\l ! h station, Gen. Vj 2h. in 7 30 4 30 
23jGJ4in Adv. D low. 7 30 4 30 

2m Veous sets 8h. 20m. J7 30 4 30 
25;3 Christmas. $ pr. elon. |7 29431 
2m St. Stephen. 2/ sou. 7h. |7 29143'] 
27|5 St John, Look* tikelyto 7 29)4 3! 
28 6 Innocents 6 1) 5.*mm;.7 2^431 
29|7 Hew soon the rolling 7 29 14 3 1 
30;G rear is gone,for time like 7 28 4 32 
*>1 2 streams is rolling on- 1 28;432 



13!5 

h!g 

157 

16G 
17 2 



27 
31 
17 
5 
57 

6 52 

7 52 

8 57 
1© 2 
11 5 
morn. 

3 




1 
2 
3 

3 45 

4 25 

5 6 

5 49 

6 34 

7 23 

8 15 

9 8 
iO 1 
10 53 

ii 43 

iU.3o 

1 ie 

2 2 

3 4f 



1 23 
morn. 

36 

1 43 

2 58 

4 10 

5 18 
Jrise 

4 58 

6 9 

7 21 

8 31 

9 41 

10 45 

11 49 
morn. 

49 

1 49 

2 50 

3 51 

4 53 

5 56 

6 58 
5) sets 

5 34 

6 45 

7 ^5 
9 3: 

10 uj 

\W TO. I 



17 



T A B L E, 

Showing the value of a r y number of Cents, f. om one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence and farthings. 



Ct8 l 


T 


d -f\ 


:f« 


?. i/j 


crs 


t. 


*/f< 


:?*.* r/.,/^ 


1 1) 


03 


26 


1 6 "35113 


3; 764 6 3 


2 


1 2 


27 


1 7 2;;'523 


1 2, 774 7 2 


3 





2 r 


28 


1 8 4 53 


3 


2 1 78,4 8 1 


4 





3 0' 


29 


1 9 0;54 


3 


3 794 9 


5 





3 3 


30 


1 9 3 55 


3 


3 3 804 9 3 


6 





4 2 


31 


1 10 2 


r,c 


3 


4 1} 814 10 2 


7 





5 lj 


32 


I 11 1 


r>7 


3 


5 O'.j 824 11 1 


& 





5 3. 


33 


1 11 3 


58 


3 


5 3 ( ! 83J4 11 3 


9 





6 2iJ34 


2 2 


■i9 


3 


6 2' 845 2 


10 





7 lj'35 


i i i 


60 


3 


7 til 855 1 1 


11 





8 0il36 


J 2 ( 


ot 


3 


8 0'i 86(5 2 


12 





8 3$37 

9 1J38 


2 2; 


52 


3 


8 3 : j 87|5 2 3 


13 





2 3 i 


::»? 


3 


9 1! 885 3 1 


14 





10 39 


2 4 < 


:g4 


3 


10 0.J 895 4 


15 





10 3U0 


2 4 : 


Mb 


10 3 90;5 4 3 


16 jo 


11 2 41 

1|42 

1 0f43 

1 3JJ44 


2 6.1 


vG!3 


11 2 1 ; 91|5 5 2 


17 1 


-;74 


l!l 925 6 1 


18 |l 


2 7 


-84 


1 


93|5 7 


19 1 


2 7 S 


'34 


1 3 


9415 7 3 


20 1 


2 1 


45 


2 8 ; 


[TOU 


2 1 


95|5 8 1 


SI 1 


3 




2 9 ( 


714 


3 


965 9 


22 1 


3 3 


47 


2 9 : 


724 


3 3 


97 ! 5 9 3 


23 |1 


4 2 


-I; 


2 10 x' 


73*4 


4 2 


98l5 10 2 


24 SI 


5 1 


4; 


2 11 1 


;44 


5 1 


995 11 1 


25 


1 


6 


5C 


>3 C 


»1l 


54 


6 


1006 



Iv*oney accounts of the United States are to be 
expressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths, 
Cents or Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths* 
A Dime bf ;ng the tenth pan ef a Dollar, \ Cent 
Ahe hundredth part of a Dollar, and a Mill tfes 
thousandth part of a Dollar- 

2 



A TABLE of SIMPLE IATEREST at 6 per Cent. 
For any w um from 205. to £1000. 



1 Mon. 


3 Mod 


.'I 


6 Mon. 


A Year. 


& 


5. 


d. q. 


s. 


d. 


?• 


s. d. q. 


*. cL g. 


\ 





1 





3 


2 


7 


1 2 1 


2 





2 1 





7 





1 2 


2 4 3 


3 





3 2 





10 


3 


1 9 2 


3 7 


4 





4 3 


1 


2 


1 


2 4 2 


4 9 


5 





6 


1 


6 





3 


6 


6 





7 


1 


9 


2 


3 7 


7 2 


7 





8 1 


2 


1 





4 2 


8 4 


8 1 


9 2 


I 2 


4 


3 


4 9 2 


9 7 


9 J 


10 3 


2 


8 


1 


5 4 2 


10 9 


10 


L 


s.d. 


I 


S. 


d. 


/. s.d. 


/. s, d. 





1 


© 


3 





a 6 o 


12 


20 





2 





6 





12 


1 4 


30 





3 





9 





18 


1 16 


40 





4 





12 





1 4 


£80 


50 





5 





15 





1 10 


3 


60 





6 





18 





1 16 


3 12 


70 





7 


1 


1 





2 2 


4 4 


30 





8 


1 


4 





2 8 


4 16 


90 





9 


1 


7 





2 14 


5 8 


]00 





10 


1 


10 





3 


6 o 


200 


1 





3 








6 


12 


300 


1 


10 


4 


10 





9 


18 


400 


2 





* 6 








12 


24 


500 


2 


10 


7 


10 





15 


30 


600 


3 





9 








18 


36 


700 


3 


10 


10 


10 





21 


42 


800 


4 





12 








24 


48 


900 


4 


10 


13 


10 





27 


54 


1000 


5 





15 








30 


60 



GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT,Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 
HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, Esq, 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 



SENATORS. 



Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Freder'k Wolcott 
Elias Perkins, 
Elijah Boardman, 
David Tomlinson, 
Sj-lvester Wells 



Hon. John S. Peters, 
Enoch Burrows, 
Peter Webb, 
David Hill. 
Joshua Stow, 
Curtis Hinman, 



William W. Boardman, Esq. Clerk of the Senate 

Isaac Spence«, Esq. Treasurer, 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary, 

James Thomas, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac- 



counts 



James Hilujouse, Esq. Commissioner of t!t e 
School Fund, 



20 

ROLL OF THE 
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. 

May 1 820. 

David Plant. Esq Speaker. 
Ansel Sterling and Nathan Johnson, Ksqre. Clerks, 
Hartford, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson 
'Jfertin, Jesse Dickinson, Luther Beckly 
[Bristol) Tracv Peck 
Jhirlivgton* Sylvester Norton 
Cunt en, Ephraim Mills 

East- Hartford) James Pitkin, Daniel W. Griswold 
East- Windsor, Eli B Ifaskel, Epaphras L. Phelps 
Enfield* Henry Terry, VVm Dixon 
Farmington* Timothy Pitkin, John Mix 
'Qiustenbury . Ezra Dayton, George ftisley 
Granby, Joel Holcomb, Benoni Gillet 
Jlartland* Philander Humphrey, Lent Benham 
Marlborough* Joel Foote 

Simsbury, Jonathan Pettibone, jr. Zelotes Phelps 
Swithitigton* Chester Gr%i>nis, Roswell Moore 
Suffield, A polios Fuller, Luther Loomis 
IV ether f>f eld, Levi Lusk, Asher Robbins 
11 'inrlsor, Cyrus Phelps, Henry Halsey 
New Haven, Charles Denison, Ralph I. Iogergoll 
Jirunford. J nines Barker, Ralph Linsley 
Cheshire* Rufcis Hitchcock, Warren Benham 
Derby. Wilson Hnrd 
East- Haven, Bela Farnham 
Cridtford, Nathaniel Griffin, William Todd 
Hamden, Joel Ford 
jMeriden, Ashbel Griswold 
JWddiebury Nathaniel Ui chard son 
JWilfordi Samuel B Gunn, William Fenn 
j\'orth-/iuven t Stephen Munson 
Oxford^ \br\ Wheeler 
Sonthhuty, Ames Johnson 

WaUmsrfqrd* George Merriman, David M. Cooke 
HuKrlury, Ward Peck, Andrew Adams 
Jl r olcott s Erastns Welton 



21 

Wuodbridge, fipli'm. Baldwin, Sheldon Hotchkiss 

New-London, Nicoll Fosdick, Henry Chanuiog 

JKorxvich, Boger Huntington, Erastus Coit 

Bozrah, Gardner A. very 

Colchester, Henry Champion, Samuel A. Peters 

Franklin, A Win Abel 

Griswo.'d, Gilbert Billings 

Grotun, Elisha Haw ley, lioswell Aliyn 

JAtbon, Joseph Jewett 

hyme, Eben Broekway, lUoses Warren 

JStontville, Stephen G Thatcher 

jSerth Stonington, Nathan Pendleton, David Coata 

Preston, Henry Palmer, E!ii>ha Brews.'er 

Swnington, Giles H Hallam, \sa Fish 

BktfetA, Henry Perkins 

Waterford, Com stuck Chapel 

Fairfield, Jesup Wakeman, Seymour Taylor 

Danbury, Eden \ ndrews, Samuel Tweedy, jr. 

Broohfield, William Meeker 

Greenwich, Stephen Waring, Jared Smith 

Huntington. David 8. Newton, Samuel Wheeler 

J\e\v- Canaan, Nathan Seeiey 

JVexv* Fairfield. Jabez Tredwell 

J\'evjt')tvn, Timothy Shepard, Jacob Beers 

J\oriva^k, Moses Gregory, Benjamin Isaacs 

Redding, ;l saac Coteyi Jonathan ii Sanforft 

Hidgefield Benjamin. Lynes, Elijah Hawley 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves 

Stamford. Tbaddeus Bell, John Augur 

Stratford, David Plant, Noah Plumb 

'rrumkull. David Beebe 

Weston, Oliver C. Sant'ord, Stephen Wheeler 

Wiiton, Bela St loh • 

Wivdham, Zephaniah Swift, John Taiuiur 

Jlshford* Davi»l Keyes John Warren 

Brooklyn William Putnam 

Canterbury, Rufus Adams, Asa Burgess 

Columbia, Elam Loomis 

Hampton, Reger Tain tor 

Killingly, Arby Covell. Anthony Brown 

Lebanon, Thomas Bad cock, Isaiah Loom is 

Mansfield^ Artemis Fletcher, Norman Bingham 



22 

Plain field, Sessions Lester, A aron Crary 

Pom/ret, Darius Matthewson, Reuben Spalding 

Sterljng t Dixon Hal! 

7 hompson, John Nichols, jr. Abel Jacobs 

Voluntown, James Alexander 

Woodstock, Ebenezer Skinner, Nathaniel Briggs 

Litchfield, John Welch, Seth P. Beer3 

Markhampsted, John Merrell, Josiah Smith 

Bethlem, Sheldon C. Leavitt 

Canaan, ilames Fenn, Jahez Brewster 

Colebrook, Lancelot Phelps, Samuel Whitford _ 

Cornwall, Oliver Burnham, William Keilogg 

Goshen, Noah Humphrey, Moses Cook 

Harwinion, Uriah Hopkins, Win. G. Aberneihy 

Kent, Lewis Mills 

J^ew- Hartford, Aaron Austin, Asa Goodwin 

JVew.JWlford, Orange Merwln, Daniel A Pickett 

Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Joseph Battell 

Plymouth, Gideon Woodruff 

Hoxbury, Samuel Patterson 

Salisbury, Silas Reed, Samuel Church 

Sharon, Oliver Kellogg, Ansel Sterling 

Torrington, Rlihu Cook, John Gillet, jr. 

Warren, Benjamin Garter 

Washington, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Jos. WhHUesey 

Watertown, Am<>9 Baldwin 

Winchester, James Bfeebe, Solomon Rockwell 

Woodbury, Nathaniel Perry, Daniel Bacon 

jVIiddi.et own, John Alsop, 17i>ha Coe 

lladdam, Geo. W. Smith, John Biaina; d, 2d 

Chatham, GnOch Sap-e, Neh'ennuh Gates 

Durham, Kichasd Robinson, Samuel Tihbals 

East- Saddam, Wm. Hungerford, Wm. Palmer 

KiLUngworth,S*red Elliot, Moses Wilcox 

Saybrook, Jonathan Warner, John Ayer 

Tolland, Calvin Willey, Ashbel Chaptnaa 

Bolton, Jonah Strickland 

Coventry, Frederick Hose, Daniel White 

Ellington, Asa Willey 

Hebron, Daniel Burrows, Roger rhclpa 

Somers, Amariah Kibbee, jr. Oliver Chnphi, *2i 

Stafford, Giddiuea Hyde, Jesse Foot 



25 

Union, Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Efeazer Buglce 

Vernon, Frances M'Lean 

Willington, Jonathan Sibley, jr. Ebenezer Root 



COMMISSIONERS 
To equalize Assessments, for 1820, 
Hartford County — Luther Loomis 
New Haven County — Samuel Cook 
New -London County — Moses Warren 
Fairfield County — Stephen Wheeier 
Windltam County — David Keyes 
Litchfield County — Homer Boardman 
Middlesex County— John Fisk 
Tolland County— Ingohbby W Crawford 

Judicial and Civil Department. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, Chief Judge. 

Hon. John T. Peters | Hon, Jeremiah G. Brainard 

r\sa Chapman | William Bristol 

Thomas Bay, esfjf. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 

Allotment of Judges from June 1820 (o Jane 

1821. 

SUMMETt SFSSTONP. 
Ch. Justice Hosmer, ^eiv-IIuven County, 
Judge Peters, Fairfield County 
Judge Chapman, New- London & Windham CoV* 
Judge Brainard, Litchfield & Tolland Counties. 
Judge Bristol, Hartford if? Middlesex Counties. 

WINTER SESSIONS 
Ch. J. Hosmer, Fairfield i£ Middlesex Counties. 
Judge Peters, Hartford County. 
Judge Chapman, Litchfield Comity. 
Judge Brainard. New London & Windham Co's. 
Judge Bristol, J\l e-u>- Haven & Tolland Counties. 
Judge Peters, to hold the .term in Tolland County, in 
April, tt2l. 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COVNTY COURT. 



Hon Jonathan Brace, Judge* 

Lemuel Whitman and Thomas Day r , esquires. 

Thomas Chester, esq Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk $ 

the Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford— John T, Peters, Sylvester We Ms, W'm. Mose- 
Iv, KSisha Colt, John Morgan, John Caldwell* Thomas 
Day, Joseph Trumbull, John Hubs, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Isaac Spencer, Luther Savage, Nathaniel Seymour, Hen- 
ry Seymour, Nathan Johnson, Talcott Woleott, John M. 
Gannet, John \1 Niles, Charles Sigourney, Nathaniel 
Goodwin, esquires. 

Berlin— Dnu'iel Dunbar, Jabez Larigddn, Andrew Pratt, 
Luther Beekley, Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin, 
Allen, John Dunham, 2d, esquires. 

Jirisiol — Cnos Ives, J eel Truesdale, Philip Gaylord, es* 
quires 

Hurling 'o?i— Simeon Hart, Elias Wooden, Wm. Mark?, 
Cornelius B \ndrus, esquires 

Canton — Rzra Adams, Solomon Everest, James Hum- 
phreys, Jared MilU, jun Benjamin Weed jun. esquires. 

East Hartford — Samuel Pitkin, Levi Goodwin, George 
Cheenev, Jvseph Pitkin, Lemuel White, Dudley Wood- 
bridge, Joseph Treat, Ozias Williams, esquires. 

East Windsor — John Stoughton, jun Timothy Ells- 
worth, Jonathan Bartlett, Joel Holkins, Eli B Haskell, 
Godfrey Scarborough, Jonathan Pasco. Asher Allen, Dan- 
iel Hayden, Horace Ba- her, Erastus Strong, esquires 

J&hjteld— Henry Terry, Elam O. Potter, William Dis- 
on, Lor rain T Pease, Lemuel Kingbbury, Jabez Collins, 
esquires. 

FaTmLti(fion—»X<ihti Mix, Timothy Pitkin* George Nor- 
ton, Horace Cowles, Lemuel Whitman, NoaCtfal* WOC&* 
srtiffi Araasa Woodfoid, esquiroi, 



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Btasfenbury—Zevh&tiiah H Smith, Pardon Brown, Da* 
ii«) B. Hubbard, Samwel Wells, Jeremiah Stocking, George 
Me« . >ck, Solomon Cr>le, esquires 

Granby — Jo*b G(iffin, jun Joel Holcomb, James Dib* 
ble, Daniel Benjamin, Horace Clark, James Forward) 
Daniel W Molcomb* esquires 

Harthmd — Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Bosworth, 
Jared Newel', Ezra Doolittle, Eli Wilder, Wyllys Waight, 
esquires 

Marlborough — Joel Foote, Israel Foote, Elisha Buelf, 
Samuel F Jones, esquires 

Simsbury- Calvin Uai ber, William Mather, Elisha 
Fh«lps, Asaph 'Fuller, James Goodwin, esquires 

Southington— Rogei Whit'lesey, Koswell Moore, John. 
E Benjamin, Theodore Byingtoh, esquires. 

.sujfield — Wiliiara Gay. Oliter Pease, Samuel Hastings 
Kiailtri Sheldon, Andrew Denison, esquires. 

Wethersfield— John W illiams, Ezekiel P Belden, Mar* 
, tin Kellogg, jun Leonard Wells, ESi Goodrich, Robert 
Francis, Elijah Keach, William Bradford, esquires 

Windsor — Edward Selden, Luther Fitch, Elisha N Sill 3 
Richard Niles, Joseph H Kussel, James Loom is, Oliver 
Thrall, James Newberry, esquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Hezekiah Huntington, Esq State Attorney. 

Hartford — William Mosely, Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel 
Terry, Hezekiah -Huntington, Jonathan W. Edwards. 
Thomas S. Williams, Walter Mitchell, Thomas Hunting- 
ton, jr Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Na- 
than Johnson. John M Gannett, George- Wyllys, William 
W Ellsworth, Henry L Ellsworth; Eliztir Goodrich, jr. 
Alfred Smith, Isaac Tousey, Oliver E .Williams, SamueJ 
H» Huntington, Thomas C Perkins, esquires. 

Berlin— Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews esquires. 

East -Hartford— Ralph R Phelps, esq 

East Windsor- Godfrey Scarborough, John Watson, 3d, 
esquires 

Enfield--lUnvy Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T, 
Pease esquires. 

Farmington— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 4t' 
fcecj C«wlei, esquires." 



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Glastenbury— Zephaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 
est] u ires 

Grunby— Thomas Holeomb, Grove Griswold, Silas 
Higiey. James M. Smith, — Knight, esquires. 

Simsb ; try —WWW&m Williston, Elisha Phelps, Jared 
Griswold, esquires. 

Sonthingim— Roger Whittlesey, Samuel H. W oodruflf^ 
esq nires 

Siijfield — William Gay, Seth Parsons, Charles Shepard, 
esquires. 

Wtthersfield — Asher Robbins, Elijah Keaoh, esquires.. 

Windsor — John Sargeant, Joseph H Russe I, esquires, 
No-h A. Phelps, esq Hertford, Sheriff 

Deputy Sheriffs — H oraee Wad sworth , Hartford. Mar- 
tin Rockwell, East-Windsor. Henry Kingsbury, Enfield. 
Pomeroy Strong, Farmington. Jonathan Welles, Glas- 
tevbury D^vid Latham, Granby. Jeffery O Phelps. 
Simsbury. R >swell King, Suffield. Henry Si>l, Windsor. 
Charles Washburn, Hartford, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT, 

Isaac Mills. Esq. Ju'lge. 

Abel Wheeler. John Humphreys, jr. esquires. 

Henry Oasrsrett, esq Treasurer. 

Henry C Flagg. esq. Clerk. 

Dyer White, esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace, 

New-Haven — Willtam Bristol, Isaac 74 ills, Nathan Smith, 
E Usha Munson, Eli Whitney, Charles Denison, JFineas 
Munson, jr. Isaac Gilbert, Charles Bostwiclc, John Hunt, 
2d,Chauncey Bunce, Obadiah Hotchkiss, Benjamin Gran- 
nis, William Mix, Jonathan E. Porter, James B. Reynolds, 
Andrew Ktdslon, Lent Bishop, Ralph I. Ingersoll, James 
Barnes, esquires 

Mvanford— James Barker, Benjamin Pa^e, Ebenezer 



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Linsley, jr. Jacob Prisbie, jr. Orlii D. Squire, Chandler 
Barker, John Potterj Abraham lingers, jr Augustus Haiti- 
win, WiMoughby L Lay, esquires. 

Chet:hire-~$*mue\ Peck, Rufus Hitchcock, Charies Shel- 
ton, Andrew Hull, William Law, Burrage Beach, Reuben 
W. Hoyce, esquires. 

Derby — Philo Ba*sett, John Humphreys, jun. Sheldon. 
Curtiss. liuisel Hitchcock, esquires 

Eilst-ffoven — Enos Hemingway, Eleazer Hemingway, 
Degrasse Maltby, esquires. 

Guilford — Henry Hill, Nathan Chidscy, Samuel Fowler, 
Reuben Elliott, John F Meigs, David S Fowler, Freder- 
ick Lee, Timothy Stone, William Spencer, George Gris- 
wold, Wiliiam Todd, Jared SoVanloft, Henry Elliott, es- 
quires. 

Hamden — Amasa Bradley, Russel Pierpont, Hezekiah 
I. Warner, Joseph Gilbert/jr. .Joel Ford, esquires. 

Meviden — Jared Benham, Benajah Andrews, Patrick 
Clark, William Yale, Titus Ives, esquires 

JHiddlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, Asahel Bron?on f 
Daniel Wooster, James D Wooster, esquires.. 

JMilford — William Dura nd, William fctrong, fchabod A. 
Woodruff, Jonathan Clark, Abijah Carrington, David 
Treat, esquires 

North-Havsv — Joshua Barnes, Justus Bishop, Daniel 
Pierpont, Jacob Bassett, Giles Pierpont, 2nd. esquires* 

Oxford — David Tomlinson, Abel Wheeler, Charles 
Bunnel, Jared Hawley, esquires. 

Sonthbury — Curtis Hinman, Burton Canfield, Amoi 
Johnson, Wiliiam Hinman, Moses Wheeler, Truman 
Mosely, esquires. 

Walling ford— Aaron Hall, Samuel Cook, Amo3 Dutton, 
Abel Sanford, John Barker, Caleb Cook, jr. Hur.n Mon- 
son, esquires 

fVaterbury— John Kingsbury, Truman Porter, Daniel 
Steele, Ashley Scott, Woodward Hotcbkiss, James Scovill, 
Aaron Benedict, jr esquires 

Woodbridge — Justus Thomas, Ezra K'imberly, George 
P. Peck, Archibald A. Perkins, Adonijah French, John 
Darling, Noyes Darling, John Dibble, esquires. 

WVc0U-~"Mark Harrison, Ambrose Ives, Moses AY 
Street, esquires. 



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Practising Attorneys. 
Nathan Smith, esq State ."A ttorney. 

Itieiv Haven— William Hilihouse, l>avid Oaggett, Sime/ 
«n Baldwin, Natlian Smith, Jonathan £ Porter, Seth P. 
Staples, Henry W Ed wards, Charles Denison, Leonard 
E Wales, Ralph I. Ingersnll, John Beach. finger S. Bald- 
win, iamael J Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, Henry C. 
Fiagg, Rogers Skinner, Charles A lngerso!!, Joel Jones, 
William VV- Board man Ralph Lockwood, esquires. 

Cheshire— Bun asre Beach, e*q 

Derby — John L Tomlinson, etq. 

Guilford — W itHam Todd. e-q. 

JMeridtn- -Benajah Andrews, esq, 

Jihfford' Nathaniel Adaim, esq. 

Sotithbury— Curtis Hinman, Edward Hinrcan, esquires! 

Waterbuyy — Gyrus Clark, Benuet Bi*nson, esquires 
Charles H Pond. es(j. Mi If or d, Sheriff 

Deputy Sheriffs— Eiastus Osborn, Horace Beach, JVVw- 

mnvea. »ilas Hitchcock; Cheshire. Andrew Johnson, 

Derby Samuel Yale, Meriden Horace Camlee, Oxford. 

Asa Johnson, SoUthbury Nathan Nett»et< n, ifoodbridge. 

David Butler, ^e'iv-Huven> Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON, 



COUNTY COURT, 

Hon. Eli as Perkins," Judge. 

William Randall, Benjamin Coit, esquires. 

Joseph Williams, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, esq Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

New London -Jeremiah G Brainard, Klias Perkins, Ja- 
adb B, Gnrley, Ebenezer Learned, Isaac Thompson, Kftl- 
liH«"» Sfoekmau, Christopher Man warring, Christopher 
Ch'iflirjgj Olher Champiiu, esquires. 



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Norwich — Benjamin Coit, Ernstus Huntington, SImei» 
Thomas, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, Benjamin 
Know, Charles P. Huntington, George Perkins, Farwell 
Coit, John Fanning, Jonathan Com stock, Eleazer Rogers, 
Charles Perkins, George Hill, Rosweli Morgan, John 
Hyde, Benjamin Traoy. John \l. Townsend, esquires, 

Bozruh— Joshua Stark. Gardner Avery, William Whit- 
ing, Ezra Lathrop, esquires. 

Colchester — John R Wafrnus, Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A Peters, John Bigelow, Zachariah Olmstead, 
Daniel Carrier, Ralph lsham, Artemas Worthington, es- 
quires. 

Franklin— ?E!i Hartshorn, Ira Abel, Benjamin B. Fowl- 
er, Darius Prink, Simon Loom is, esquires. 

GrisivoUl- -William Clift. Hezekiah Boardman, Wel- 
cnrhe A. Browning, Simon Brewster, Alexander Stewart, jr. 
Jedediah Barstow, Ephra'm Merrick. c 2d. Elias Brewster, 
Elisha Partridge, Gilbert Billings, esquires 

proton — Ebenezer Avery, jr. Ralph Hurlbuf, John O. 
Miner, Christopher Lester. NToyes Barber, Amos 4 Niles, 
lioswell Fish, Rufus Smith, Thomas Avery, Philip Gray, 
John Spicer, 2d, William Williams, Rodman Niies, Elisha 
Avery, Stephen Billings, Palmer Hewitt, Elisha Ayres, 
esquires 

Lisbon— William Adams. Freeman Tracy, Daniel Rra- 
inari, Joseph L Lyon, Joseph Jewitt, esquires. 

Lyme — Moses Warren, Joseph B. Ely, Ebenezer B : oek- 
way, Richafd E. Setden, Charies Smith, Samuel 13. Math- 
er, Joel Loomis, Joseph Chadwick, \\ illiam Noyes, jr. 
Henry M Wait, RueV Royce, esquires. 

Montville—&s»\\r\ Oiis> Oliver Raymond, Nathaniel 
Bradford, Stephen G Thatcher, esquires 

Worth Stoning ton — Stephen Avery, Elias Hewilt.Nathan 
Pendleto-, Sands Cole, Chester Smiih, Benjamin Pome, 
ro} , William Randall, jr. John Langworthy, jr Thomas 
Wheeler, Perez Hewitt, David Coats, Jeremiah York, Eli- 
sha Fi ink, esquires 

Preston— Stephen Meech, Denison Pa'mer. Jonathan 
Brewster, James Cooke, Elisha Story, Benjamin Harris, 
Robert S. Avery, John Brewster, esquires 

Salem — Joseph Morgan, Henry Perkins, Ebenezer &. 
Packer, Vine Stoddard, esquires. 



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SUnington— Enoch Burrows, Coddington Billings* Isaac 
Williams, 2*1, William Kandall, Park Williams, William 
Robinson, George Hubbard, Amos Gallup, Elias Brown, 
Gurdon Trumbull, John Uatlam, Giles H, Hallam, es- 
quires. 

Water ford — William Moore, 4th, Charles Avery, Bena- 
jah Gardner, Griswold Avery, Joshua B. Chapel, Edward 
U. Warren, esquires. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Hon. James Lanman, State Attorney. 

New LondoJi—Ly mzn Law, Jacob B Gurley, William 
V. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Ebenefcer Learned, WiJIiam 
F. Brainard, George H Richards, Charles Griswold, Wil- 
liam P- Cleaveland* jr. esquires 

Norwich — Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John Hyde 5 
Joseph Williams, James Sted man, George Perkins, George 
Hill. Itoswel Morgan, Henry Strong, Charles Perkins, es- 
quires 

Colchester— Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, es~ 
quires 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan, Joseph L. Coit, esquires. 

Lyme—' Henry M. Wait, esquire. 

Preston — Jeremiah Halsey, esq 

dfcomHg'ioft—Coddington Billings, George Hubbard, At* 
exander G Smith. Elias Brown, esquires. 

North- Stonmgton — Benjamin Pomeroy, esq. 

7f r ater/br</— Constans F Daniels, esq 

Simeon Smith, esq New London, Sheriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs Nathan Raymond, New-London* 

Charles Thomas Elijah Ames, Norwich. Newhall Taiu- 
toi , Colchester Stephen Haley, Groton. Petei Comstock, 
Lyme. Nathaniel Kimball, Preston. Zebulon Chese- 
brough, Stoning ton. 

William Lax, New. London ; Samuel Uailey, Norwich r 
Gaolers. 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



county court- 
Robert Fairchild, Esq. Judge. 

Stephen Wheeler, Zalmon Wildman, esquires. 

Jeremiah Sturges, esq. Treasurer- 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield— David Hill, Samuel Rowland, Hull Bradley, 
Eliphalet Swift, Amos Burr, Gideon Tomlinson, John 
Hull, Jessup Wakeman, Jeremiah Sturgess, Seymour Tay- 
lor, Gershom Burr, Joha Staples, esquires. 

Danbury — Daniel B Cooke, Daniel N. Carrington, 
Samuel li Philips, William Cook, Nathan Seeley, Phineas 
Taylor, Zalmon Wildman, Kussel Hoy t, Matthew Wilkes, 
esquires 

Brookfield — Daniel Tomlinson, Noah A. Lacy, ttobert 
B Ruggles, Eli Ruggles, esquires. 

Greenwich— Gilbert Close, David Wood, William Knapp, 
Joshua Ferris, esquires. 

Huntington — Abel French, Ebenezer Beardsley, Lemu- 
el Judson, Samuel Wheeler, Joseph Shelton, Israel A. 
Beardsley, Samuel P Mills, David Newten, Hezekiab. 
Marks, Philip Nichols, Timothy S. Wells, esquires 

JVevf' Canaan— Isaac Richards, Nathan Seeley, Aaron 
Comstock, esquires. 

New Fairfield— Samuel T. Barnum, Jabez Treadwell, 
David Lane, esquires 

Aew/owTt— William Edmond, Asa Chapman, Timothy 
Shepard, Joseph B Wheeler, Lamson Buich, Benjamin 
Hard, Adoniram Fairchild, Samuel C« Biackman, Zacha- 
riah Clark, jr. Bennet Perry, esquires. 

JYorTvalk— Henry Belden, Barnabas Marvin, Clark Bis* 
sel, Setu Taylor, Benjamin Isaacs, Wiiliam M. Be Us, 
Thaddeus Betts, Henry Chichester, esquires. 

Hedding—&\\\ey Comstock, Jonathan R San ford, Wil- 
liam Sanford, Jonathan Meeker, Hezekiah Reed, jr. Aarc© 
ISaaford, jr. esquires. 



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Itidgefield— Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, Bradley 
Hull, 5tepheu C. Lines, Isaac Lewis, Lot Forester, es- 
quires 

Stamford— John Augur, James Stevens, Simeon H. Mi- 
ner, John Davenport, Isaac Luck wood, Thaddeus Beli, 
John Weed, jr. esquires 

Stratford — Robert Fairchiid, Jabez H. I'omliuson, Eli- 
jah Uifoot, Daniel Judson, Noah Plumb, D*vid Piaut, E- 
pnraim W. Sherman, Phdip V. Cannon, Isaac Shermr.n, 
Charles Wintorf, Ethan Sherwood, D >.vid Nicmols, jun es- 
quires 

Sherman — David Northrop, Jedediah Graves, William 
Guiding*, DavHLeach, esquires 

Trumbull— — -Stephen Beardsky, Ebenezer Wheeler, 
James Beftrdsfey, jr. Eiihu Beach, James lieardsley, * raos 
H Wheeled, esquires 

Weston — Jeremiah Rowland, Laac Bonnet, Simeon Fan- 
ion. Calvin Wheeler, jr Abel Gregory, Stephen Wheeler, 
Oliver C. Sanford* Joshua Adams, jr. esquires 

Wilton— Matthew Marvin, Ezekiel Sturges, Danirf 
Church, jr. Bela St. John, esquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 

Matthew 8. Whittlesey, esq Stare Attorney. 

Fairfield— Samuel B Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Roger 
M Sherman, ftliphalet Swift, Gideon Tomliuaou, Daniel 
Wakeman, esquires. 

J) anbury — Matthew B Whittlesey, A'anson Hamlin, 
Reiibtn Booth, Thomas T Whittlesey, Edward A. Tay- 
lo: , esquires 

B*oolc field — Heman Burch, Bryant Smith, esquires. 

Greenwirh— Timothy Walker, James B. Fairchiid, 
Charles VJi'ler, esquires. 

Newtown — Samuel C, Blackman, Timothy Shepard, 
Benjamin F- Shelton, esquires 

Nortwa/^-— Clark Bissel, Thad»kus Betts, esquires. 

Stamford— James Stevens, Simeon H. Miner, Joseph 
Wood, Charles Hawiey, esquires 

Stratford — Joseph Backus, Charles Wmton, Ebene* 
zer 8eeley,jr. Philip A- Cannon, esquires, 

Trumbull— Atnos H. Wheeler, esq. 



Friend Starr, esq Danbury % Sheriff. 

Deputy- Sheriff* — "i nomas F Rowland, Fairfield Aa- 
ivDn Seelev, Danbury. Samuel Brown, Gn euwic/i. AbieJ 
Kalibit, Huntington Herman Warner, 'Vewtown Wil- 
liam G Betts, JSTorwalk John B Merriit, Reading. 
lXavis Lockwood, Stamford Epenetup Curtis. Stratford. 

Gaolers — Samuel Deers, Fuirfeld. Jesse Croiut, Dan* 

Aw* 

COUNTY Or WINDHAM, 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Bolles, Ksq Judge. 

James Gordon, jr Artemas Gurley, esquires. 

Hezekiah Ripley, esq 1 "reasurer. 

David C Bolles, esq Clerk. 

Samuel Gray, esq Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Brooklyn— John Parish. Roger W. Williams, Vine Rob- 
inson, Samuel Scarborough, David C Bolles, Be fa 1\ Spal- 
ding esquires 

Jiahford — Josias Byles, Levi Work, David Bolles, Fid- 
ward Keycs, John Warreu, Nathan Haywar), Philip Hay- 
ward, Michael Richmond, Thomas Dow, enquires. 

Canterbury— \sn Butts, Andrew '"'. J.udson,; Daniel 
Frost, jr. Asahel Bacon, Gad Bulkley, Peter Morse, Johu 
Francis, William D Foster, esquires 

Columbia — Silas Fuller, Seih Collins, Gershora Dor- 
ranee, Amherst Scovi!, esquires. 

Hampton — Joseph 4* renti*, Roger Taintor, David Fox, 
Nathaniel F. Martin, Kosueil Preston, Chailes MoIiob, 
esq*»oes 

lit'lingly—VwA Hulchins Joseph Adams, Anthony 
Brown, Fbenezer Younj?, Penuel Hutchins, Luther War. 
jei),Arby Covil. David ChaU' e&quires. 

Lebanon— \\ illiiiKk 'V . Williams, Pefeg; Thomas-, jr. Asa* 



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hcl Dewey, Tsaiah Loomis, 2d, Daniel Hutchinson, Charles 
Abel. Thomas Babcock, esquires 

JVIansfiftlrtSohici Salter, Zalmon Storrs, Artemas Gur- 
ley, Seth Dunham, Luther Kingsley, David Conant, David 
Avery, esquires. 

Piiiiiifield—- Joseph Eaton, John Le9ter, James Gordon, 
jun Sessions Lester, Aaron Crary, Jonathan Gallup, es- 
quires 

Pomfret~ Lemuel Ingalls, Lemuel Grosvenor, John H. 
Fay son, Samuel Allen, 2d, Ephraim Ingalls, Charles IL 
Hall, George Sharpe, esquires 

Sterling — Dixon Hall, Jeremiah Young, John Gallup, 
CoHin Htbbarri, esquires 

Thompso7i— George Learned, John Jacobs, Simon Davis, 
jv. Jonathan Nichols, jr Jesse Ormsbee, John Nichols, 2d, 
stquires 

Volunlonn -James Alexander, Sterry Kinney, Amos 
Treat, Benjamin Gallup, jr. esquires. 

Windham — Peter YVebb, Jabez Clark, Samuel Gray, 
John Baldwin, Edmund Badger, Roger Huntington, Araos 
D. Allen, Jonathan Devotion, Abner Robinson, John Stan- 
ifbrd, esquires 

Woodstock John M'Ciellan, John Fox, Ran*el!aer 

Child, Ebenefcer Stoddard, John Payne, William Boweu, 
Abraham W. Payne, TheophiJus II. Chandler, esquires. 



Practising Attorneys, 

Andrew T. Jfcdson, esq. State Attorney. 

Brooklyn— — John Parish, Daniel Kies, Jonathan A. 
Welch, Uriel Fuller, esquires- 

Jlshford— David Bolles, Philip Hayward, Samuel Ash- 
ley, esquires. 

Canterbury — Rufus Adams, Andrei T. Judson, Daniel 
Frost, jr esquires 

Columbia— \s*he\ Clark, jr. Joseph Clark, esquires. 

Hampton— Joseph lYentis, Chauucey G. Cleaveland, eg» 
quires. 

KiUingly— Ebenezer Yourtg, esquire. 



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Lehanon— William T. WilJiam5 ; Denison Watties, jr. 
Henry Huntington, esquires 

Plain ;/?eM— Joseph F.aton, Ira Case, esquires. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook, EV»sha B. Perkins, Jonathan 
P. Hall esquires 

Sterling- — Calvin llibhard, esq 

Thompson — George Learned, Simon Davis, jr. esquires. 

Windham — Jabez. Clark, Samuel Perkins, David Young:, 
John Baldwin, John Fitch, Thomas Gray, Edwards Clark, 
Esquires. 

Woodstock— John M'Clellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, John 
F. Williams, esquires. 

Edmund Freeman, esq JlfaTi&field, Sheriff 

'Deputy Sheriffs — Joshua Smith, Windham Ebenezer 
ByUs, Ashford Chester Lyon, Canterbury. Philip 
Pearl, jr. Hampton Solomon Sikes, KilUngly. William 
Hall, Flainjiehl Calvin ttawson, Woodstock. 
Ebenezer Baker, Brooklyn^ Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Augustus Pettibone, Esq Judge. 

Martin Strong, John Welch, esquires. 

Abel Catlin, esq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Woleott, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield— Frederick Woleott, Asa Bacon, Phineas Mi- 
ner, Levi Catlin, Morris Woodruff, John Welch, Jabez 
W- Huntington, Seth P. Beers, Jonathan Uuei, Stephen 
ftussell, Ozias Lewis, Ephraim S. Hall, Isaiah Bunee, Eli* 
hu Harrison, esquires. 

Barkhamsted — John Merrils, Luke Loomis, Wm. Tay 
lor, Amos Beecher, esquires 

Beth/em— Joseph H Bellamy Nehemiah Lambert, Sam- 
ml Bless, ramuel Jackson, esquires. 



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Carta cm— W m . M. Burrall, Joshua Cornwall, BenajaH 
Douglass, Nathaniel Stevens, William Hurlbut, esquires. 

Qptebroofc — lleuben Hockwell, Seth Marsha!!, Launcelot 
Phelps, Grove Pinney, Samuel Whitford, esquires. 

Cornwiill— Oliver Burnhanri,' Rufus Swift, BenjnmiM 
S.edgewijcfe, WiPiam Kellogg, George VViitatun, Victoria- 
uus Chirk, enquires- 

jGoxhen — YViitfam Stanley, Truman Starr, ,Tu!ius Reach, 
Alfred Waher Timoth) Collins, Giles Gtiswold. esquires. 

Haruv'nion — James Brace, Lewis Catiin, Benjamin Gris- 
%vo!(|, Noah Wehon. Be'najah Havden, Samuel Hopkins, 
John Hunger ford, esquires. 

Kent -Xlatthew Klliott, Nathaniel P. Perry, John 

lyidis, Homer Swiff, John H S vv i Tt , esquire* 

JS r ew Hartford — William G Williams, Andrew Aberne- 
thy, Isaac Kel'ogg, Elisha < -ase, jun esquires.. 

JVe-W' Mil ford — Elijah Boardman, Reuben Warner, Da- 
vid S, Boardman. Joel Sariford, Homer Board man, Eli 
Todd, Stephen Crane, Perry Smith, Daniel Gay lord, es- 
quires. 

JVorfolk — Augustus Pettibone, Joseph Ra*tell, Michael 
F. Mills, Joseph Higgs, Edmund Brown, Bu&hneil Knapp, 
esquires. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitchell, A polios 
Warner, Chauncey Warner, esquires. 

Hoxbury— J.o«isth It. Eastman, Royal U Ilinman, Ste- 
phen Sani'ord esquires. 

Hulinhu^y-— Elisha Sterling, L<>t Norton. Martin Strong, 
Joim M Holiy, Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, 
Abijah C Pcet, esquires. 

8/iaron- John C. bmith, C&vift Gay, Samuel R Everett, 
Oliver Kellogg, Ansel Sterling, Samuel Hockweli, Samuel 
K G a **<*£« Samuel :*obei ts, iBenoni Peck, esquires. 

Tbjrringtoii— William Baiiell, Erastus Hodges, Russel 
V, Abet neihy- Stephen Fyler, Oliver Coe, ChrisJophet'C, 
"Wo'cott, Griswoid VV'wowardf, esquires. 

Warren — John Talknadge, Judah Eldred, Youngs Elli- 
ott, Stephen Strong, Sherman Uartwell, esquires. 

Washington— VV id'uim (Cogswell, Daniel B Brinsmade, 
Hermanns Vars!mll, Cnnstatitiue M l . MaliOu, Curtis fciifc- 
Ock, Eifetga iSushue', es^unes. 




Practising Attorneys 



9e\h P. Mecrs, Esq State Attorney. 

tAtchfield— Asa H«jon, Phineas Miner, Seib P. Beers, 
Jflbez IV Huntingtou, Truniajj Smith, esquires. 

Bethleto— Joseph H. BellgMi esq 

Canaan— John Klmore, \Vtn. M Burrall, Reuben Hunt, 
Lett) an Church, esquires. 

ColebroOh — William S Holnbiid. esq. 

Corhwall — George VV h eai on, esq 

(loshen — fheodwe North, e^q 
. Kent- Nathaniel P. Kerry; Homer Swift, esqu'res. 

jY&to Harford — Roger Mills, William Li. Williams, es- 
quires. 

New Mflfirvf— Davtd S. Boardman, Perry Smith, Philo 
N Heacock, esquires 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills, Geqrge B. Holt, esquires. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butier, e q 

Hoxbury — Royal It. fclinmau, Isaac Leaven worth, es- 
quires. 

Salisbury — Ef'rsha Sterling, Samuel Church, Philander 
Wheeler, John G Mitchell, esquires. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel d;erl!ng. Chauncey Smith, 
esquires. 

Washington — William Cogswell esq. 

llateriowa — Holbrook Curtis, esq. 

Winchester — Joseph Mi ler, e^q 

Woodbury — Noah B Benedict, Matthew Miner, jr. 
John Strong, jr. ChaHe* B. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, jr. 
Nathaniel B. Smith, esquires. 

Moses Seymour, jr. esq. JAtchfehh Sheriff". 

Deputy Sheriffs— Ozias Seymour, Litchfield. VV 7 i! iam 
P; Russei |, Canaan Philo Mills, Kent. Teriius WacU- 
worth, New Hartford Samuel Corns took, New MUJord. 
John S. Wariieiy/^/nowt'A. Frederick ii. Walton, Salts- 



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bury. John N. Gunn, Washington. Gideon Mall, Win* 
Chester. Nathan Preston. jr/fV>rf6 ?*?*?/. 

Stephen Demmg, Litchfield- Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon, Ashe a Miller. Judge. 

Hon. Joshua Stow, joe' Pratt, esquires. 

Seth Overton, erq Treasure* . 

John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Middletotvn — Stephen T. Hosmer, Asher Miller, Mat- 
thew T. Mussel, Joshua Stow, Joel Pratt, Ebenezer Sage, 
Isaac Gridley, John Pratt, Kii Coe, Josiah Sage, Josiah 
Savage, Daniel J. Griswold, Alexander Wcldott, Elisha 
Coe. Seth Paddock, Arthur W. Magill, Thomas Mather, 
James Hart, esquires 

Haddam — Simon Shaler, John Brftinard,2d, John Brain- 
srd, Joseph Arnold, Jose]>h Scovil, David Spencer, Calvin 
Erainard, Daniel Tyler, esquires. 

Chatham — Daniel Shepard, Benjamin Hurd, Ralpk 
Smith, George White, Amasa Daniels, jr. Sparrow Smith'-* 
Samuel Hall, esqunres 

Durham-* Guernsey Bates, Worthington G. Chatfncer, 
Jam s Kobinson, Lemuel Camp, esquires- 

East Haddam — John Brainard, Josiah Griffin, William 
Cone, Sylvester Chapman, Isaao Chapman, Samuel P. 
Lord, Isaac Chester, YVm. Hunger ford, iiiohard Lord, 
esquires. 

KiUingtvorth— Amaziah Bray, William Carter, David 
Kelsey, Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Jedediah Harris, 
Jared Rlliott, Aaron Wilcox, David GrUwoid, Benjamin. 
Hill, esquires. 

Saybrook— Samuel Williams, John Stannard, Clark Notf« 
Joseph HUI, William Lynde, liui'us Clark, James P. Red- 



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jield, Rbenezer Wavden, Samuel Hough, Richard VV. Hatlj 
Reynold Webb, esquires. 

Prctctisify* Attorneys. 
Genrpe W. Stanley, esq Sita'te Attorney. 

Middle-town — Matthew T. linssell, Enoch Huntington, 
George VV KtHiiIey a Elijah Hubbard, Jonathan ljar«,e*, jr. 
SIiuol' Hoichk. *, Williun L. felons, John G C prainaid, 
esquires. 

Huddam — « ivns Parmalee, jr. Eli Warner, Smith 
Clark*, enquires; 

Chatham — Kb "n?.er Force, Ase! Ufley, esquires. 

fcust liaddam— William llungurford, Robert Uussellj 
eso'i hs 

KiUingworth — A Bray, A. A. Loo mis, esquires 

Sagbrptk'— Joseph Plat is, Samuel Ingham, Larman T. 
Clark, Alfred W Cavarly, esquire* 

John L l.rwis esq Middle toton^ Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriff's— Hiarles Arnold, Haddam. Gideon 
Iligjjins, East-llciddom Abiaharo Pratt, Saybrook. Da- 
vid Wright, Killingyvortk 

Gaolers — Harvey Tread way, Middletown. Daniel 
Smith, Haddam 

— i n iimf-it 



COUNTY OP TOLLAND. 



COffNTY COURT. 

Sylvester Gilbert, Ksq Judge. 

Benning Mann, Ingoldsby VV. Crawford, esquire*. 

Etisha Stearns, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland— Jonathan Barnes, Calvin VViiley, AshbelChap- 
man, Kliphtdnt Young, esquires- 

Bolien — Ichabnd M. Warner, Joseph Carver, Jabez L, 
White, John Huggles, Sylvester Carver, esquires. 

Coventry^- .Nathan Howard, EUsha Edgerton, Jeremiad 



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•Parish, Isaiah Daggett, Zelotes Lang, Calviu Manning, efr 
quires 

Ellington — \ssl Willey, Robert Hyde, esquires. 

Hebron — Sylvester Gilbert, John S Peters, Stewart 
Peebe, Pay ton H. Gi'bert, Andrew Mann, Leonard Hen- 
dee, Wiiiia'm Brown, Levi Waldo, esquires 

Sowers — Calvin Pitkin, Benjamin Phelps, Solomon L. 
Fulier, Horatio \ Hamilton, Walter R Kibble, esquires. 

Stafford Nathan Johnson, Calvin Edson-, Benning 

Mann, Or in Sumner, esquires. 

Vernon — Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis 'McLean,' Ehene- 
zer Nashjjr esquires. 

Union — William Foster, Ingoldsby W Crawford, Lu- 
ther Crawford, esquires. 

Willirtgton — Zebulon Crocker, Daniel Glazier, Jonathan 
Sibley, jr. esquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Jonathan Barnes, Esq. State Attorney. 
• Tolland — — Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey, Elisha 
S(earnes, esquires. 
> Coventry — Jer*em*ah Parish, esq. 
FAlington — ^ssl Wiliey, esq 

Hebron — Stuart Beebe, Kalph Gilbert, esquires. 
Somen — Walter R Kibbee, Nathan Cooley, esquires. 
Stafford — Bodolphus Wood worth, Benning Mann, Orin 
Summer, Lyman LiiSibridge, esquires 

Elijah Johnson, esq Stafford, Sheriff*. 
Deputy Sheriff's — Samuel Kent, Tolland. Francis Hyde, 
Stafford. Simon House, Hebron. 

Samuel Kent, Tolland, Gaoler. 



COURTS OF PROBATE, 

. Districts* Judges. Clerks* 

Hartford .Jonathan Brace, James Wells 

New-Havfn Isaac Mills John Hunt, 2d 

New-London Moses Warren Lodowiek Fosdiefe 

Fairfield David Hill Gideon Tomiumn 



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districts. 
"Windham 
Litchfield 
Middletown. 
Plainfield 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 
Stamford 
Dan bury 
Kast-Hnddam 
Norwich 
Pom fret 
Sharon 
Stafford 
Simshury 
Stonington 
Farmington\ 
Wallingford 
Say brook 
Stratford 
Kast- Windsor 
Waterbury 
Norwalk 
New-Milford 
Hebron 
Granby 
Newtown 



Judge*. 

John Baldwin 
Fred'k Wolcott 
Asher Miller 
Sessions Lester 
Reuben Blliott 



Clerk a. 
Henry Huntin£fon 
J VV. Huntington 
John Fisk 
John Lester 
George Griswold 



Augustus Petiibone George R. Holt 



Nathan P rest on 

Simeon H Miuer 

Daniel R Cooke 

Renj Trumbull 

John Hyde 

Lemuel Grosvenor 

Klisha Sterling 

Calvin Willey 

S(»lora«n Everest 

Wm IVillams of Gr.George Hubbard 

Lemuel W hitman Martin Hull 



Nathan Preston, jr., 
Samuel Lcckwood 

Ralph Tsham 
Run el Latbrop . 
Klisl.a R. Perkins 
Fred'k A. Sterling 
Jo«enh Howard 
W ii:am Stone 



liufus Hitchcock 
William Lynde 
David Plant 
Henry Terry 
John Kingshurv 
William M. Re : tts 
D, S. Roardman 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Joab Griffin, jr 
bamuel C. Bl&ckman 



Wm. R. Hitchcock 
Azariah Bray 
Wm. A. Tomlinson 
William Dixon 
Rennet Bronson 
William G. Retts. 

Stuart Beebe 
Joshua R. Jewetf 



NOTARIES PUBLIC, 



Hartford— Enoch Perkins, Hezekiah Huntington, Wa?. 
fer Mitchell, John M. Gannett, ftlizur Goodrich, jr. Jo- 
seph Trumbull, I?aao Perkins. 

Grtmby— Samuel Woodruff. 

J\eiv./laven— Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, U. T In* 

fersoll, Leonard A. Daggett, Lucius Atwater, Charles A, 
ngersoll. 
JJerby—~ Jotio Humphreys, jr. 



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Gtultwd-~WM&£ Todd. 

JMilford — David B. Ingersoil. 

New London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learner!, Wii» 
liam F. Brainard, George ll K chards. 

Norwich— James Latiman, James Stedtnan, Joseph WiU 
liams, Henry Ht^pm*. 

Cokhester—- Da rwel W a trou s. 

Stonington— Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard, Ell- 
as B own 

Lyme — William Noyes, Henry M. Watt. 

Fairfield— G\ < i eon foml i n son. 

Jlanbury - Daniel \\ Cooke. 

Stmt ford— Da v id Plan t 

JJridiref>ort—4ase\\h Backus. 

NorHoaUc— Clal k Bissell. 

Windham— Samuel Perkins. 

JSrooklyn —John Parish 

Lebanon — William T Williams. 

IVoodatoch— John M'Clellan 

LUchfield— Frederick W >icott, Seth P Beers. 

Salisbury-— rVusha Sterling 

Woodbury — John P Marshall. 

Midd!etow)i—z>le\>\\en T H(Hm.°r. Matthew T. Rusael, 
George w Stanley. Jonathan Barnes, jr. 

Hadd mr- -Linus Parmelee, jr. 

K'JkngworM — A m aziafr Bray. 

Moltoh— DauieS Lord. 



FORM OF OATH OF OFFICE. 

Members of the General Assembly, and all officers, ex* 
exutive and judical, before they enter oa the dutie* of 
their respective officer, lake the following oath, or affirma* 
tion. 10 wit ; 

You <\o soStmnly swear, (or affirm, as the case may be) 
that 3 Of} will support the Constitution of the United Stater, 
and the Constitution of the stale of Connecticut, so long 
as you couthiue a cit»zen thereof, and that you nil) faith- 
fully discharge, according to law, the duties of the oftice 
ef U the best of your abilities. So help you Go4* 



TOWN CLFBKS AND COLLECTORS 



toil 1820. 



Towns, 
Ashfurd 
Barkhamsted 
Berlin 

Bethlem 
liolton 

Bozrah 

Bran ford 
Bnstot 
Brickfield 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coven try- 
Dan bury 
Derby 
Durham 
East-Haven 
East- Hartford 
East Had dam 
East- Windsor 
KJMington 
Enfield 
Farimngton 
Fairfield 
Franklin 
Glastenbury 
Goshen 
G ran by 
Greenwich 



Clerks. 
Jo«uas Bytes 
John Menils 
William Smith 
Samuel Chili ch 
Man ton Hammond 

G.rainer \very 
Samuel Frisbie 
Tracy Peck 
Daniel Hawley 
Aaron Hitchcock 
Zachariah Spalding 
Thorn us Coit 
Benajah Douq-'ass 
James Humph' ey 
Zebu >n Pen field 
(tutus Hitchcock 
Lancelot Phelps 
Daniel VVatrous 
Samuel Little 
Wii'iam Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
Samud H Philips 
Sheldon Curtis? 
W. G Chauncey 
Be!a Far n urn 
Samuel Pitkin 
ChrisiY C Gates 
Aaron Bissel 
Robert Hyde 
Eiam O Potter 
John Vlix 
Samuel Rowland 
Kli Hartshorn 
Jonathan Wei is 
Adino Hale S 
JBaniel Hayes, jr. 
Hezekiah Tracy 



Collectors, 
Amos Lviiowlton 
Alvin Sqa«< e 
F.dvud Norton 
Adam G Cassoii 
John Howa'd.jr. 
Wm L Crocker 
Maiuchi Luis ey 
Al-tnzQ Thompson 
Preserve ">milh 
Wait LoWry 
liela P Spaulfliog 
Benj Harstow, jr. 
Simeon ihgley, j r » 
William H Maliocfc 
Erastus Strops 
Be thud Flass 
Arthur ilo>ed 
John C Bu!k<y 
Norman Little 
James Wa'isv.orth, jr* 
Hot ace Uoso 
Levi Stair 
Abram Hardyeaj? 
Jabez Ba'ey 
Nathan Andrews 
John H Mack 
William Marsh 
Select Men 
U yllys llusseU 
Eph'oi P. Pruddea 
Elijah Porter 
Nathan Beers 
Stephen Tracy 
Stephen Hurlbtit 
Collins Baldwin 
Elizur Benjamin 
Wiiiinu* BtmUk? 



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tjriswoid 

Vjrotnn 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Hadrian* 

Hampton 

Hartford • 

Hart land 

Ha ruin t<m 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killingworth 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

IMaubfield 

Marlborough 

JMeriden 

>i id die bury 

jVfiddletowri 

fcfVlford 

MoiitviUe 

New Canaan 

New- Fairfield 

New -Hart ford 

New Haven 

New London 

New-Milford 

Newtown 

North- Haven 

Norfolk 

Nor walk 

Norwich 

N Stonington 

Oxford 

Plain fie |d 

Plymouth 



Clerks 
William Cleft 
Amos \ Xiies 
Samuel Powliet* 
Kossell Pierpont 
John Brain&rd, '2d 
Win. A. Brewster 

FJhha Colt > 

Warham Williams 
Rlijah Gaytogd 
John S Peters 
Samuel Wheeler 
Lewis Mills 
E'isha Kelsey jr. 
Luther Warren 
Flisha Hatch in son 
Joseph Jewett 
Moses Seymour 
Charles ^mith 
Luther Kingsley 
David B. Ripley 
Isaac Lewis 
L. Towsisencl 
John Fisk 
Samuel Migby 
Giles Turner 
Samuel St. John 
famuel T« Barnum 
Asa Goodwin 
FJisha M tin son 
Ebenezer Way 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Aurin Hoys 
Benjamin Laacs 
Philip Huntington 
Stephen Avery 
Hosea Datloa 
Vincent Hinck'ev 
Galyin Butler 



Collectors 
Jonas Hewit 
Uufus AJlyii 
George A Foot 
David Leek 
Jabcz Brainard 
Thomas Clark 

K William Johnson 

) Henry Mix 
Austin Knsigii 
Zimri skinner 
Reuben Matin 
Henry Lu«*<i 
John U Fuller 
David Wiight 

William Law 
Hubbard Dutlon 
Ichab»d Burnharri 
Charles Buell 
Zebulon B rock way jr, 
Art.emas Fletcher 
Enos H Buell 
Samuel Yale 
Daniel Tyler 
Asher ISf . Coe 
Beard Baldwin 
Kphraim Fel-owa 
Kdward Nash 
Joseph Bearss, jr. 
Norman Merriii 
John Skinner 
Ephraim Chesebrougk 
Elijah Bennett 
Czar Keeler 
Nathan Marks 
Amos Pettibone 
Samuel Burwell 
Thomas Thomas 
Jeremiah York 
Hiram Osborn 
Charles Harris 
Lyman Catlia 



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'J'o'vns 
J*orafret 

Preston 
Redding 
Richefleli 

Roxbury 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Sa) br )ok 

Sharon 

She pin an 

Somers 

Southimilon 

South bury 

Stafford 

Slam ford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

SulneJd 

Simsbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

To; rington 

Trumbull 

Union 

Vernon 

Voiur.tnwn 

Waiiingford 

Warren 

Washington 

Water bury- 

W ate i ford 

Water town 

Weslon 

Wethersfieid 

Willir.gion 

W i!io,i 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

YVooU bridge 



Clerks 
T. M G'-osvenor 
Denisou Palmer 
jona U. S.mford 
Pamiiel Stebbins 
Elisha Patterson 
Elijah T rend way 
Newman Irioiiy 
Clai k No it 
George Kir.g jr. 
])a\id Northrop 
Jabcz Collins 
Luc's Curtis 
John Mosely 
Samuel BJodget 
Seymour Jar vis 
"Pierce Smith 
Jesse I) ;ane 
Elijah U flout 
Oliver Pease 
Jona Pettibone, jr. 
John Nichols, jr. 
Lu'her Eaton 
John Giliett, jr. 
Lewis Burton 
Robert Lawson 
Lebbeus P Tinker 
James Alexander 
Hunn Munsoti 
George Starr 
1) B Brinsmade 
Ashley Scott 
Caleb Raymond 
A tier Bradley 
Simeon Panton 
Ezekiel P Heiden 
Ebenezer Hoot 
Samuel Belden, jr. 
John Stiiuiiord 
Eliuha N siii 
Levi Piatt 
Junius Thomas 



Collectors 
Calvin Day 
(iei-rge \V. Morgan 
I emuel Adams 
Amos Baker, jr. 
Gyrene Ylallery 
Mark D.rMlge 
Jared S Harrison 
Augustus Chaiker 
Henry M^vA 
1) in Pepner, j'*. 
Ilir: m Fomeroy 
Stephen v\ alkley 
Setb N r Wheeler 
I'lijal) Ken! 
l>a»is Lock wood 
John Thurston 
Z Chesebroii:;.!), 2d 
Benjamin TTffoot 
Jonathan Pomeroy 
Virgil Pettibone 
Stephen E Tettt 
Ariel Ladd 
George Bissell 
Silas Hay ties 
W ill'iam P« Sessions 
Aaron Perrin 
Daniel Keiguin 
Samuel Cook, 3d 
^tiguftus Coleman 
Jot- N Gun 1 1 
Augustus Bee be 
Richard R Morgan 
'1 imothy Richards 
Bradford Winton 
William Goodrich jr* 
John J. Mouiton 
K;);;h U I instead 
Elisha White 
John Hubbard , jr. 
Korrls Coe 
Samuel New too 



Towns 
Woodbury 
Woodstock 
Wolcoit 



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. Clerks 
Nat dan Preston 
John Fox 
Archibald Miner 



Collectors 
Nathan Preston, jrt 
James M'Clelten 
Levi Hall 



Th« foregoing list is taken from the returns of the Town 
Cierks, made to the State Treasury in May, 1820, with 
"which it has been carefully compared. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



George Gill.st, esq Hebron, Tolland Coanty, Sur- 
veyor General. 

Deputy Surveyors. 

County of Hartford — Daniel St, John, of Hartford. 
County of Aeio Haven — Noyes Darting 
County o r New London — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fuirfield— Joseph Moss White, of Danbury 
County of Windham — Lemuel Ingalls, of Pomfiet. 
County of Litchfie'd — William VI. Barrel!, of Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Dan Lane, of Killingworth. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 



COUNTY OE HAHTFORF). 



Slartford — Rev. Joel Bawes 
Abel Flint, D D. 
Nathan Perkins, D D. 
NathanielS \S heaton K 
Eiiaha Cushman B 



Berlin 
Benoni Upson, d.d 
Royal Robbins 
Newton Skinner 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality 
Eftoch Green 



E 
B 



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JBrlstol— Jonathan Cone 

Una Martin 
Jlurlirig-tun 

Jonathan Miller 
Canton 

Jeremiah Hal'cck 

Jared Mills 7 

Pier pout Hrockett 3 
East Hartford 

Joy H F«,iichiM 

Eli-hM 13 Cooke 

Isaac Duii.neii 
East- H inihor 

Thomas Robbins 

Shubael Bartiett 

Vacant 
Evfield 

Francis L Robbins 

Vacant 

Jeremiah F. Bridges 
Fannin $ ton 

Noah Porter 

Rufus Hawley 7 

Ludovieus Robbins 3 

Bela Kellopg 
Glastenbury—V acant 

Vacant 

Plurality 

Vacant 
Granby— Isaac Porter 

Eber L. Clark 



Vacant 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

liar l land 

Aromi Linsley 

Nathaniel (Jaylord 
JYlarlborough 

David B Ripley 
SimKbury— Allen McLean 

Plurality IS 

S'jnthington 

William Robin ssn 

Plurality E 

David Wright B 

Svjfu'ld— Ebenezer Gay 

Joseph Mix 

A sab el Morse B 

IJennet Pepper B 

Ifethers field 

John Marsh 9 D D ) 

Caleb J Penney \ 

Joab Brace 

Calvin Chapin, d.D. 

William Bentley B 

Windsor 

Hrnry A Rowland 

John Bartiett 

Vacant 

Augustus Bolles B 

Vacant B 



COUNTY OF NEW HAVEN. 



£ ew- Haven 

Rtv. Nathaniel VV. Taylor 
Samuel Merwin 
Jeremiah Da) , ll d. 
Eleazur T Fitch 
Stephen VV Stebbins 
Rt Re? Thomas C, Brow- 
nell f 0.0. ll,d. E 



Harry Croswell R 

Samuel H. Turner, u D. B 
Henry Lines B 

Rranford 
Timothy P Gilhtt 
Matthew Moves 
Charles AtwaUr 



Origen P Holconib E 

Cheshire—Hoger Hitchcock 

Samuel Kieh 

Reuben Ives V 

Vacant E 

Derby ^-Zrphaxu&b. Swift 

A brier Smith 
Vacant E 

liast-lfaven 

Stephen Do<M 

Joseph Pe«ry E 

Guilford — \aron Dutton 

John Eiliott 

Vacant 

John Ely 

David Baldwin. F 

Plurality E 

Vacant h 

Ham den 

Eiiphaiet B. Coleman 

Abraham Ailing 

Plurality E 

Meriden— Erastus Ripley 

Plurality E 

Vweanyt 
JMiddiebury — Mark Mead 
JM/tford — Hazaleel Piriaeo 

Jehu Clark 



bo 

Erastus Scran (on 

Vacant ^ 

A orth Haven— Vacant 

Plurality E 

Oliver Wilson , B 

Ojrfofd-rVatwt 
Plurality E 

Vr.-cant E 

Plurality E 

Son tlibury— Vacant 
Beimel Tyler 

if 'ailing \ford 
James Noyes 
Vacant 

Vacant E 

Samuel Miliar H 

David vV right II 

IVuterbitry— Vacant 
Vacant 

Mpheiis Geer E 

Jesse Frost ) g 

Samuel Potter S 

Wolcott — John Keyes 

iVoodbridge 
Jason Allen 

Nathaniel (t. Il-intington 
Chauucey Piiudie E 



C0UN1Y OF NEW- LONDON. 



J\ew London 






William Palmer 


B 


Jiev Abel XI cK 


wren 




Eliphalet Milliard 


B 


Bfitte&Uutld 




E 


Vacant 


B 


Nehemiith Dodge 


h 


Franklin — Samuel Nott 




JHozrah — David Austin 




Vacant 




James Mali 




D 


Vacant y 


E 


Colchester 






Gristvold 




Salmon Cone 






Horat ; o Waldo 




Vaauut 






> Grv/&rt«.Timi>iUy Tuttle 





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Thomas J. DcVerell SC 
.Tohn G. Wightmau B 

Roswell Burrows 13 

jLnbon— Levi Nelson 
Andrew Lee, d.d. 
Caleb Reed B 

Lyme — Lathrop Rockwell 
Josiah Hawes 
Vacant 

G. W. App'eton B 

William Palmer B 

Seth Lee SC 

JVlontville — Abisha A Iden 
Vacant 

Robert Fargo SC 

Reuben Paimer B 

Reuben Palmer, jr- B 

jWovwick 

Joseph Strong, d,d. 
Alfred Mitchell 



John Tyler > 
Clark S 



E 



Peter Clar 

John S terry B 

Thomas Potter B 

David N. Bently M 

J\orth- Stonington— Vacant 

Jona. Miner B 

Asher Miner B 

Preston— John Hyde 
Vacant 

Plurality E 

Vacant SC 

Vacant B 

Sa\em — Royal Tyler 

Stonington—lra Hart 

B. Cheesebrough B 

Waterford — Vacant 

Francis Darrow B 

Jonathan Ames B 

Lester Rogers. SB 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELB. 



Fairfield 
Rev. Nathaniel Hewitt 

Hezekiah Ripley, p.D. 

William Beiden 

Philo Shelton E 

Vacant B 

Jiroo/cfield—YsLC&nt 

Plurality E 

Banbury— Win. Andrews 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Ebenezer White Sand 

Nathan Buckley B 

Oliver Tuttle B 

Dnrien— Vacant 
Greenwich — Vacan t 

Isaac Lewis, jr. 

Plurality £i 

4 



Nathaniel Finch, jr. B 
Drake Nelson B 

Huntington 
Thomas Pundersoa 
Vacant 

Mcnzies Rayner 15 

Plurality E 

Daniel Wildman 1$ 

A'eiv Canaan 
W'm. Bonney 
Plurality E 

JVew- Fairfield 
Med ad Rogers 

JK^e-iutoxvn — V a can't 

Daniel Rurhans E 

John Sherman B 

Solomon Glover If 



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JOTorwalk 
Sylvester Eaton 

Reuben Sherwood 
Mcdding— Daniel Crocker 

Todd 

Riilgefeld 

Samuel M. Phelps 

Vacant 

Plurality E 

Vaca?it B 

Sherman — Maltby Gelston 
Stamford— Daniel Smith 

Vacant 

Piatt BufFett 

Jonathan Judd E 



G. 3 Webb B 

Stratford 

Matthew R. Dutton 

Elijah Waterman 

Ashbel Baldwin E 

Plurality E 

Trumbull— Reuben Taylor 

Plurality E 

Weston — Vacan t 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Vacant E 

Wilton — Svlvanus Haight 

Charles "Smith E 

Vacant B 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM; 



M^ook'lyn 

Josiah Whitney, d.d. 

Vacant 
Jet ford — Philo Judson 

Keuben Torrey 

William Stons 

Asa Niles B 

Stephen Haskell B 

Canterbury — Asa Meech 

■ Erastus Learned 
Columbia 

David Dickinson 
Hampton— Ludovieus Weld 

John Payne B 

AVlinglySikhz A tkin3 

Israel Day 

Roswvl W hi' more 

Calvin Cooper Bj 

Lebanon— Zcbulon Ely 

William B. Ripley 

John il. Fowler 

Esek Brown B] 



Mansfield 

Anson S. At wood 

Moses C. Welch, d.d. 

Vacant 

Jonathan Goodwin 
Plainfield— Orrin Fo wle r 

Nathaniel Cole 
Pom fret— James Porter 

Waiter Lyon 

James Grow 
Sterling— Vacant 

Vacant 
Thompson— Dznte\ Dow 

John Nichols 

Arthur A. Rose 
yoluntow?i— Vacau t 

Vaeant 

Windham 
Rev. Cornelius B, Everest 

Jesse Eiahct> 

Vaeant 

Vaeaat 



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foodstoch 
Eliphalet Lyman 
Samuel Backus 



Alvin Underwork 
Nicholas Brunch 
Vacant 



B 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



Litchfield 
Mev Lyman Beecher, d.d. 

Amos Pettingi4l 

Joseph E. Camp 

Vacant 

Vacant B 

Truman Marsh { v 

Isaac Jones S 
Barkhampsted—t i\w\ Clark 

Plurality E 

Bet ftlem— John Langdon 

Plurality E 

Canaan — Charles Prentiss 

Pitkin Cowles 

Vacant E 

Plurality E 

Colebrook— Chauncey Lee 

Bums Babeook B 

Cornwall — Timothy Stone 

Walter Smith 

Vacant E 

Asa Tallmadge B 

Goshen — Joseph Harvey 
Harwinton 

Joshua Williams 

Vacant E 

Kent— Asa Blair 

Geo. B. Andrews E 

New Hartford 

Cyrus Yale 

Vaeant B 

Ne-w-Milford 

Andrew Elliott 

Tacant 



Benjamin Benham T\ 

Eleazer Beecher I* 

Vorfolk- Ralph Emerson 
Plymouth — Luther Hart 

Koduey Uossiter R 

Plurality K 

Roxbury — Fo*dick Harrisoi 

Plurality ti 

Isaac Fuller H 

Salisbury — Lavius Hyde 

Vacant R 

Sharon— David L. Perry 

Frederick Grid'ey 

Plurality R 

Vacant ' B 

Vorrington-f-kUx. Gillett 

Samuel J. Mills 

Vacant B 

Warren — Pete* Starr 

Ananias Deri hick B 

Washington 

Stephen Mason 

Charles A. Boardman 

Plurality R 

Plurality K 

fVatevtoivn — Uriel GHd!ey 

Frederick Holcomh R 

Winchester*— Fred. Marsh 

James Beach 

Vacant B 

Woodbury 

Samuel A. Andrew 

Grove L. Browneil 

Sturges Gilbert E. 



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COUNTY OF MIDDLES ES. 



Middhioton 
Rev. John H. Crane 

•Joshua L. Williams 

Thomas Miner 

Stephen Hays 

Vacant 

Birdsey G. Noble 

Eli Ball 

Josiah Graves 

Frederick Wightman 
Chatham— Harvey Talcott 

Davki Seldeu 

Joel West 

Smith Miles 

Plurality 

William Weloh 
Durham — David Smith 

Vacant 
East Haddam 

Elijah Parsons £ 

Isaac Parsons ) 





William Lyman, d.d. 






Joseph Vail 






Solomon Blakslee 


B 




Plurality 


E 




Simeon Dickinson 


B 


SO 


Haddam — John Marsh, jr 




E 


Simon Shaler 


'n 


B 


KUlingtvorth 




B 


Hart Talcott 




B 


Asa King 




>tt 


Plurality 


E 




Vacant 


B 




Say brock 




E 


Frederick W. Hotohkiss 




E 


Aaron B. Hovey 




B 


Sylvester Selden 
Nehemiah B. Beardsley 




E 


Plurality 


E 




Samuel West 


B 




Asa Wilcox 


B 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



Tolland 
Hev. N. Williams, d.d ) 
Ansel Nash \ 

Samuel Cutler B 

Bolton— Philander Parmee 
Coue/i/r^—- Chaancey Booth 

George A Calhoun 

Augustus. Collins 
Ellington 

Diodate Brock way 
jitebron — ^mos Bassett, d.d 

Nathan Gil let 



Plurality 
Somers—Wm. L. Strong 
Stafford — Cyrus W. Gray 

Joseph Knight 

Jonathan Pasko 

Benjamin M. Hill 

Union — Vacant 
Vernon — William Ely 
Willington 

Hubbil Loomis 

David LilUbridge 



List of Unsettled Ministers, in connexion with the 
General Association, and of Licentiates 
from ike several Associations. 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 

Rev. Messrs. Jonathan Bartlelt, Redding 

Stephen \V. Burritt, llidgeueld 
Aaron Church, Hard and 
Thomas F. Davis, New-Haven 
Nathaniel I) wight, Colchester 
Prince Hawes, Glastenbury 
Calvin In gal Is, Stafford 
Amasa Jerome, New-Hartford 
Gurdon Johnson, Killingly 
William Lockwood. Glastenbury 
Asahel Netileton, Kiliingworth 
John Noyes, Weston 
Israel Shaier, Haddam 
Samuel Stebbins, Simsbury 
Samuel Sturgess, Danbury 
Daniel Waldo, Suffield 
William R Weeks, Clinton, N. Y. 
Samuel Whittelsey, Hartford 
Samuel P. Williams, Mansfield 
Richard Williams, Coventry 
Luke Wood, Waterbury 
William Woodbridge. 

LICENTIATES. 

Messrs. George Allen, Schenectady, N. T, 
Jared Andrus, Bolton 
Garret G. Brown, Bethlem 
William Chester, Wethersfield 
Austin Dickinson, Amherst, Mass* 
Israel Ely, Sharon 
Asahel Gay lord, Norfolk 
Josiah W» Gibbs, Salem, Mass* 
Thomas R. Gold, Cornwall 
Elijah Hartshorn! JVattk'ia 



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Horace Hooker, Berlin 
Anson Hubbard, Gtestenbury 
Aretius B Hull, New- Haven 
Ebenezer Kellogg, Williamstown, Ms. 
Peter Lockwood, Bridgeport 
David N. Lord, Franklin 
Klihu Mitchell, Chapel Hill, N C. 
David L Ogden, New-Haven 
William Potter, jun Lisbon 
Aaron Putnam, Paufucket, R.'I. 
Bobert C. Robbins, Colchester 
David A. Sherman, Knoxvilie, Ten. 
I t\\ Smith, New Milford 
T Jedidia-h L Stark, Bozrah 

Cornelius Tuthil, New Haven 
William Williams, Wethersfield 
William C. Woodbridge, Hartford - 
Ceorge A. W T oodbri'Jge, Norwich. 

Episcopal Clergxjmen in Connecticut^ not settled 
in any parish 
Rer. William Smith, d.d. Nor walk 
Calvin White, Derby 
Jasper IJ Jones, Cheshire 
George b. White, Brooklyn 
David Belden, Wilton 
Nathaniel F. Bruce, Hartford 



Associations and Consociations. 

There are in this State thirteen Associations and Conso- 
Viations, viz. Hartford, North, consisting of 19 churches- 
Hartford, South, at 16— New- Haven, West, of 19— New- 
Haven, East, of 13— New-London, of 18 — Fairfield, West, 
uf 16— Fail field, East, of 13— Windham, Original, of 25— 
Windham, East, of 3— Litchfield, North, of 19— Litchfield 
South, of 16 — Middlesex of 15— and Tolland of 15. 

JWe — Associations are composed of Ministers alone— 
Consociations, of Ministers, with a delegate from their te* 
elective churches. 



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General Association of Connecticut. 

This body meets annually on the third Tuesday of June. 
It is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association. There is also united with them, a represen- 
tation of three members of the General Assembly of the 
Presbyterian Church in the United Stales— of one mem- 
ber from the General Convention of Congregational and 
Presbyterian Ministers in Vermont — of two members from 
the General Association of Massachusetts — and of two 
members from the General Association of New-Hampshire* 
To these several Bodies, the General Association of Con- 
necticut sends annually the same number of Representa- 
tives. 

Treasurer of the General Association— --Rev. Abe* 
Flint, DD. 
Auditor— Rev. Calvin Chapin, d d. 

The next annual meeting of the General A&sociation is 
to be at the house of the Rev. Daniel Dow, in Thompson, 
on the third Tuesday of June, 1821, at 11 o'clock, A. M. 



Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, to convene in Philadelphia, on the third Thurs- 
day of May, 1821. 

Rev. Thomas Robbing, John R. Crane, and Jeremiah 
Da), ll.d. Kev. Zephaniah Swift, substitute to President 
Day. 

Delegates to the General Convention of Vermont, held at 
Peaeham, on the second Tuesday of September, 1820. 

Rev. Nathaniel Dwight and Ansel Nash. Rev. Hart 
Talcottand Hubbil Loomis, their substitutes. 



Delegates to the Genera! Association of Massachusetts, to 
convene on the 4th Tuesday of Jirne^ 1H9A, 
Rev. Elijah Waterman and Zebulon E!y. Rev. Andrew 
Elliot aod Alvan Underwood, their substitute*. 



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Delegates to the General Association of New -Ham ps% up- 
held at Portsmouth, on the third Tuesday of Septem* 
ber, 1820. 

Rev. Ralph Emerson and Amos Pettingill. 

Committee chosen by the General Association, to certify 
the regular standing of Preachers, travelling from this 
state, to other parts of the United States. 



Rev.*Nathan Perkins, d d. 
Calvin Chapin, dd. 
J ere mi ah Day, lld. 
Matthew Noyes, 
Joseph Strong d.d. 
Isaac Lewis, u d. 



Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
Moses C. Welch, d.d» 
Chauncey Lee, 
Lyman Beecher, d.d. 
Fred'k. W. Hotchkiss, 
Nathan. Williams, d.d. 



Delegates to the Committee of Union, held at Springfield, 
Mass on the third Wednesday of October, S820. 
Rev. John Elliott, Samuel Nott, and Daniel Smith. 

Rev. Abel Flint, d d. Secretary of the Committee of 
Union, 

Rev. Lyman Beecher, n d. appointed to preach at the 
next meeting of the Committee of Union j and Rev. Sam- 
ael Worcester, d d. his substitute. 



Choice of Delegates* 

Pursuant to the regulations adopted by the General As- 
sociation of Connecticut, June IS 19, for the choice of del- 
egates to the several ecclesiastical bodies in its connexion, 
the delegates to be chosen in June, 1821, are to be nomin- 
ated by the several Associations, as follows : 

The delegates to the General Assembly, for May 1822, 
by New-Haven East, JSew-London, and Fairfield West 
Associations. 

The Delegates to the Committee of Union, for 1821, by 
Fairfield East, Windham, and Litchfield North Associa- 
tions. 

The Delegates to the General x\ssociation of Massachu- 
setts,, for Wi% by Litchfield South and Middlesex Assoei- 



m 

"the Delegates to the General Association of New -Hamp- 
shire, for 1821, by Tolland and Hartford North Associa- 
tions. 

The Delegates to the General Convention of Vermont, 
for 1821, by Hartford South and New -Haven West Associ- 
ations. 



The following persons are receivers of Money in their se- 
veral Associations, for the Treasury of the General As- 
sociation. 



Rev. Henry A. Rowland, 
Joab Brace, 
Erastus Scranton, 
Timothy P. Gillet, 
Salmon Cone, 
Nathaniel Hewitt, 



Rev. Elijah Waterman, 
James Porter, 
Charles Prenti's, 
Amos Pettingi II, 
David Selden, 
Chaunccy Booth. 



Trustees of the Bishop's Fund, 

Rev. Philo Shelton, 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, 
Rev. Harry Croswell, 
His Honor Jona. Ingersoll 
Elias Shipraan, es^. 



Jonathan Starr, esq. 
John Morgan, esq. 
Evan Malbene, esq* 
Nathan Smith, ecq. 
Charles Sigouruey, esq. 



His Honor Jonathan Ingersoll, President. 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 

Charles Sigourney, esq. Treasurer, 

Standing Committee of the Episcopal Convention 
of Connecticut. 
Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d.d, 
Ashbel Baldwin, 
Philo Shelton. 

Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Association, 
Hartford— Rev. Elisha Cushman. 
New. London — Rev. Jonathan Goodwin. 
Stonington Union— Rev. Roswei Burrows* 



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Missionary Society of Connecticut. 

(Incorporated October, 1812 ) 
The General Association is the JVtissionary Society of 
Connecticut. 

Officers of the Society for the year commencing on the first 

Wednesday of August, 1£20. 

TRUSTEES. 



Hon Jonathan Brace, 
John Caldwell, esq. 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
Sarouil Pitkin esq. 
*Mr. Thomas Hubbard, 
William, Letiingwell, esq. 



Rev. Nathan Perkins, D D. 
Rev. Samuel Nott, 
Itev. Calvin XJhapin, d.d. 
Rev. Moses C. Welch, d D. 
Rev Samuel Goodrich, 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland. 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. treasurer. 

Rev. Abel Flint, d-d. .Auditor. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Chairman> and 

Rev. Abel Flint, d.d. Secretary of the Board of Trustees, 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, ) 

Enoch Perkins, esq Y Committee of Accounts. 

Rev. Abel Flint, b.d. ) 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
Itev. Nathan Perkin9, D l>. 
Rev. Samuel N T ott, 
Rev. Moses C. Welch, i)D. 
J£e.v. Abel Flint, d d. 
Be v. Calvin Chapin, d d. 

Board of Dh ectorr for the Connecticut Society, 
Auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign 
Missions, 
R#v. Asahel Morse, President* 

Jonathan Good win J v cs .p r esidents* 
William Buhtiey, j ' ^rrenaentu 



^ Committee of Missions. 



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Rev. Elisha Cushman, Cor Secretary. 

Hev. Eli Ball, Rec. Secretary. 

Mr. Joseph B. Gilbert,. Treasurer* 

f Rev. Alvin Bennett, *\ 

Bennet Pepper, f 

Esek Brown, \ Trustees. 

Orra JVlartin, i 

Oliver Wilson, ) 



Connecticut Baptist Education Society. 

Hev. Asahel Morse, President. 
Rev. Jonathan Goodwin,} v - p rp . ie u utl 
Kev. Augustus Bollet, S ytce ^ re9tcietlt ^ 

Hev. Elisha Cuchraan, Secretary. 

Mr Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer 

David Wright, 



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Orra Mai tin, 

1'ierpont Broekett, 

David Bolles, esq. 

Hez Huntington, esq. l m„,,. .. 

George Mitchell, esq. 

Noadiah Woodruff, esq. 

liev. Eli Ball, 

Isaac Dwiunell, 



Connecticut Bible Society, 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 

Vice- Presidents, 
Rev Samuel Nott, Franklin, 
Uev. Lyman Beecher, d d. Litchfield, 
Uev. Samuel Merwin, New-tlavea, 
John Hall, esq Ellington. 



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Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary. 
Joseph Rogers, Hartford, Treasurer* 

Directing Committee. 

Samuel Pitkin, esq. East-Hartford 
Rev. Abel Flint, ».d. Hartford 
Rev. Henr)' A. Rowland, Windsor 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, d.d. Wethersfield 
Rev. Samuel Goodrich, Berlin 
Rev. Noah Porter, Farmington 
Rev. Joab Brace, Wethersfield 
Daniel Wadsworth, esq. Hartford 
Rev. Joel Hawes, Hartford 

Rev. Abel Flint, d.d general agent for purchasing and 
distributing Bibles, to whom applications for Bibles are to 
be made. 

Julius Deming, esq Litchfield, Guy Richards, esq. New- 
London, and Charles Sherman, esq. New Ha^en, agents 
of Deposit, who will be furnished with Bibles, to supply- 
all who may apply to them for their annual dues, as mem- 
bers of the Society, and also for gratuitous distribution. 

Annual meeting at Hartford, the second Thursday of 
May, at 8 o'clock, A. M. 



Protestant Episcopal Society for the 
Promotion of Christian Knowledge. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, d.d ll.d. fex officio, J 
President. 

Hon, Jonathan Fng-ersoll, 1st Vice-President. 
Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d-d. 2d Vice-President, 

John Bef.c-h, esq. Recording Secretary. 
Rev. Harry Croswell, Corresponding Secretary, 



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Directors. 



Rev. Philo Shelton, 
ttev. Ashbel Baldwin, 
Rev. Daniel Burhans, 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, 
J<ev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, 
Rev Birdsey G. Noble, 
Hon. Samuel W. vohuson, 
Burrage Beach , esq. 
John L. Lewis, esq. 
Samuel Tudor, esq. 



Seth P. Beers, es<. 
Jirah Ishara, esq. 
Hon. John S. Peters, 
Col Daniel Putnam, 
William Moseley, 
Nathan Smith, esq* 
Andrew Kidston, 
Joel Walter, 
ltiohard Adams, 
Jeremy Hoadley. 



Ministers' Annuity Society. 

(Incorporated May 1814 ) 

The object of this soeiety is to provide annuities for the 
widows and children of deceased ministers. The Society 
is to meet annually in Hartford, the second Thursday of 
May, at 4 o'clock, P. M. 

Officers of the Society. 

Rev. Abel Flint, dd. President. 

. Rev. Elijah Waterman, Vice-President. 

Rev. Thomas Kobbins, Secretary. 

Andrew Kingsbuty, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Shubael Bartlett, \ 

&ev. William L. Strong;, ( Directs 

Rev Joshua L.Williams, / nirectQ ^' 

Rev. Mubbil Loomis, j 

Rev. Abel Flint, u d. Auditor. 



The American Asylum, at Hartford, 

For the Education and Instruction of Deaf an4 
Dumb Persons. 

(Incorporated May 1816.) 
Hon. Johu Coltoa Smivh, President, 



m 

Vice-Presidents for life, by subscription of $200 
and upwards. 
Hon. William Phillips, Boston,. 
Hon. William Gray, do. 
Hon. Israel Thorndike, do. 
William Parsons, esq. do. 
Samuel Appleton, esq. do. 
Daniel Wadsworth, esq* Hartford, 
Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albanyv 
Hon Blias Boudinot, Burlington, N.J. 
Robert Oliver, esq. Baltimore, 
John Caldwell, esq. Hartford, 
Chauncey Deming, esq. Farraington^ 
Charles bigourney, esq- Hartford. 

Vice Presidents elected at the annual Meeting,- 
May 13, 1820. 
Dr. Mason F. Cogswell, 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. 
David Porter, 

Joseph Battel!, esq. Norfolky 
Ward Woodbridge, 
Rev. Abel Flint, b d* 
Henry Hudson, 
Rev. Benoni Upson, d.d. Beilin. 

Directors fo,r life, by subscription of gilOO 
and upwards. 
Joseph Battel!, Norfolk, P. C. Brooks, Boston, Daniel 
Buck, Hartford, Mason F. Cogswell, do. John B. Coles, N. 
York, Joseph Coolidge, Boston, Simeon Forrester, Salem, 
Henry Hudson, Hartford, William H. Imlay, do. James 
Mane, Albany, Eliphalet Kimbal, Salem, David M'Kinney, 
Hartford, Israel Munson, Boston, H. Overing, New-York, 
Samuel Parkman, Boston, Daniel P. Parker, do. James 
Perkins, do. Joseph Peabody, Salern, B. Pickman, jun do. 
David Porter, Hartford, P. Remsen, New-York, Andrew 
Ritchie, Boston, Samuel Salisbury, do. David Sears, do. 
John Cotton Smith, Sharon, Nathaniel Terry, tlatlford* 



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Ward Woodbridge, do. S. V. S. \\ ilder, Paris, John Jacote/ 
Astor, New- York, Christopher Colt, Hartford, Henry W. 
Delavan, Albany, Samuel Elliot, jr. Washington City, Dan- 
iel I>. Rogers, Boston, Eliphalet Terry, Hartford, Rev. Be- 
»oni Upson, d. d Berlin, Stephen Whitney, New-Yoik, 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, Hartford. 

Directors chosen at the annual meeting. 
May 13, 1820. 
Samuel Tudor, John Russ, William Ely, David Watkia* 
30n, James Ward, Michael Olcott, Thomas Day, William 
Watson, Aristarehus Champion, Thomas C. Perkins* 

Seth Terry, esq. Secretary. 
James H. Wells, Treasurer* 

Instructers. 
Rev, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Principal. 
Laurent Clerc, \ 

William C. Woodbridge, f Asshtmtii 
Isaac Urr, / 

Lewis Weld, / 

Kesv. Samuel Whittel»ey, Superintendent* 



The Domestic Missionary Society, foB 
Connecticut and vicinity. 

DIRECTORS. 

Timothy Dwight, New- Haven, 
Timothy Stillman, Wethersfield, 
Matthew Marvin, Wilton, 
Richard Hubbard, Middletewn, 
John Hall, esq Ellington, 
William Leffingwell, esq. New-Have» 5 
Rev. Abel M'Kwen, New-London, 
iiev. Lyman Beecher, n d, Litchfield, 



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Rev. Daniel Dow, Thompson, 
Rev. Matthew R. Dutton, Stratford, 
Rev. Joel Hawes, Hartford. 

'Samuel J. Hitchcock, esq. New«Haven, Treasurei\ 
Dyer White, esq. New-Haven, Auditor. 

Jtev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, New-Haven, Secretary* 



OFFICERS 

Of the Charitable Society, for the education of 

indigent pious young men, for the Ministry 

of the Gospel. 

Hon. Tapping Reeve, President. 

Rev. Samuel Merwin, Vice President. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 

Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Sherman, esq. Jluditor. 



Theological Seminary at N. Haven. 

Instituted under the Authority of the General 

Convention of the Protestant Episcopal 

Church of the United States. 

TRUSTEES. 

The Bishops of the several Diocesses within the United 
States. 
Connecticut. 
Hev*rs. D. Burhans, H Cioswell, B. G. Noh!e 
Hou's. Jonathan Ingei sol!, Samuel W. Johnson 
Hathan Smith, Richard Adams, esquires 
Massachusetts. 
Rev. Dr. J at* vis 

George Sullivan, David Leas, esquires 
Rhode Island. 
Rev. Nath»n B, Crocker 



S3 

JStfioYurk. 

Rev. J. M. Wainwright, and Tsaac Lawrence, esq. 

JVeiv Jersey. 

Rev. Charles H. Wharton, d.d. 

Pennsylvania- 

RevVs. Jackson Kemper, George Boyd, 

William Meredith, esq. 

Maryland. 

Rev. Dr. Wyatt, and Francis S. Key, esq. 

Virginia. 

Rev, Dr. Wilmer, Hon ilushrod Washington. 

North Carolina. 

Duncan Cameron < esq 

South Carolina 

Rev. Dr. Gadsden, Willi *m Hey ward, esq. 

— <•» 

Frofessors. 

Bishop Brown"!!, f gratuitously. J 
Rev. Dr. Turner. 



The management of this inst* (ion is vested in a board 
of trustees, which consists of h^ bishop? ot the several 
dioceses within the United States, of six clergymen and 
six laymen, appointed by the House of Clerical and Lay 
Deputies at every meeting of the General Convention; 
any seven of whom are competent to form a board for 
transacting business. They have power t?> collect and 
manage fur.ds for the benefit of the school— to appoint pro- 
fessors and teachers there/n, and prescribe their duties — 
regulate the admission of students, and prescribe the 
course of studies to be observed by them — to make such 
by-laws and regulations as may be necessary for the gov- 
ernment of the school, and generally to take such meas- 
ures as they roay deem essential to the prosperity of the 
institution. They have power to fill \acancies which may 
occur by death, removal or resignation of any clerical e: 
liiy members. 



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Episcopal Bishops in the U. States. 

The Right Rev William White, d d. of Pennsylvania, 

The Right Rev. John Henry Hobart, b d of New- York. 

The Right Rev. Alexander Viets Griswoid, dd. of the 
eastern dioeess. 

The Right Rev. Richard Ghanning Moore, d.d. of Vir- 
ginia. 

The Right Rev. James Kemp, dd. of Maryland. 

T'he Right Rev John Croes, d d of New-Jersey. 

The Right Rev. Nathaniel Bowtn, d d. of South-Carolina. 

The Right Rev. Thomas C. Browuell, d.d. LL.D.of Con* 
ktctieut. 



Connecticut Medical Society. 

OFFICERS, 

Of the Connecticut Medical Society, chosen at the 

annual Convention held at JV\ Haven, on the 

2Qth and 2Ut of October, A. D. 1819. 

•rMason F. Cogswell, m.d President. 

Thornas'Kubbaid, m.d. Vice-President. 

John S« Peters, m.d Treasurer. 

/-Jonathan Knight, m d. Secretary. 

Fcllozcs Jrom the several Counties. 

Hartford (7o»«ty-^Mason F. Cogswell, m.d. John K. 
Hart. John L Cornstock, Norman Lyman, Dwell Morgan. 

JVtW'tlavtn CouMu~?E\ i Ives, m.d. Jonathan Knight, 
m.d. Isaac GoodselJ^Timoihy P. Beers, Pearl Craft. 

JSe-ui-Londun County — John O. Miner, m.d.^ Elisha 
North, m.d. Samuel 11, P, Lte, George Downer, Sylves- 
ter Wooster. 



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Fairfield Co unto— Gideon Shepard, m d. Gideon f3earc?«i- 
lee, Noah A. Lacy, Isaac Jennings, Itusael ii rSotsfbrd. 

Windham County— I'hosaas Hubbard, M o. Andrew 
Karris, Joseph Palmer, jr. Peuud HuUhius, m ». Willi**! 
A. Urfewtter. 

Litchfield Ceunty — Nathaniel Perry, md. Jesse Car- 
ring ton, m d. William Caeil, m d. Warren \i. Fowler, M. 
D. Conant Cailin. 

•Middlesex Co u a ty «^T h o m a s M i u e r, m . d . A u s I in O • c o i t, 
Gideon A Dickinson. 

Tolland County — John S. Peters, m.d, John Grant, *t. 
n» Samuel Simon*. 



Clerks in the several Counties* 
Hartford County — Samuel B Woodward. 
New- Haven County — Virgil M. Dow 
New- London County— a&(itbkni$\ i. Perkins. 
Fairfield County—~Ui\w Jennings. 
Litchfield County — Ernstus L. Harp. 
Windham County— William A. Brewster. 
Middlesex County— Jesse Bi&elow. 
Tolland County- John Grant. 



General Grand Encampment of the 
United States. 



M, W. Sir tfeVf ilt Clinton, of Albany, N.Y. G G Master 

Sir Henry Fowler, of Doslon, Ms. D. G. G. Mas- 
ter 

Sir John Snow, of Worthir.gton, Ohio 9 G. G. Gen- 
eralissimo 

Sir Ezra Ames, of Albany, N. Y. G. G. Captain 
General 

Rev. Sir Paul Dean, cf Boston, Ms. G. G. Prelate 



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Sir Martin Hoffman, of New- York, G. G. Senior 
Warder 

Sir John Carlisle, of Providence, R. I. G. G. Jun- 
ior Warder 

Sir Peter Grinnell, of Providence, R. I. G. G. 

Sir J.J. Doring, of Boston, Ms. G. G. Recorder 

Sir Thomas Lownes, of New-York, G G. Warder 

Sir Jonathan Schieffelin, of New-York, G. G. 
Standard Hearer 

Sir Ebenezer Wadsworth,of Nassau, N. Y. G. G. 
Sword Bearer. 



Washington Encampment of Knights Templars^ 
held at New-London and Colchester* 

Sir John R, Watrous, G< Commander 
Lyman Law, Generalissimo 
Elizur Goodrich, jr. Captain Genera! * 
John S. PeUrs, Prelate 
Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 
David Deming, Recorder 
Wm> L« Stone, Senior Warder 
Charles Hosmer, Junior Warder 
Hezekiah Goddard, Standard Bearer 
Guy Bigelow, Sword Bearer. 



•Grand Council of Select Masters in 
the State of Connecticut. 



M. R. Thomas H. Cushing, G. P. 
R Laban Smith, D. G P. 
ft. Elizur Goodrich, jr. G. T* 3. 
R. James Cushman, G. P. L. 
E.John L- Lewis, Q. C. G. 
R. Andrew Kidston, G. T. 
K. Samuel G. Chaffer, G. K. 
B. and Rev. Menzies Rayner, G. C. 
R.Anthony Jeffery, G. S. & T. 



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General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch 
Masons in the United States. 



M. B. h Hon DeWitt Clinton, G. G. H. Priest 
E. Henry Fowler, D. G G. H. Priest 
E.John Snow, G. G.King 
E. Philip P. Eckel, G.G, Scribe 
E. .John Abbot, G. G. Secretary 
E. Peter Grinnell, G. G. Treasurer 
E. & Rev. Jonathan Nye, G G. Chaplain 
E. David G. Cowan 6. G. Marshall. 



Grand Chapter of Koyal Arch Masons 
in Connecticut. 



M E. Lyman Law, G. H. P. 

E Laban Smith, D. G. H, P. 

E. David Deming, G. K. 

E. ThoniRs H. Gushing, G. S. 

Henry Champion, G. Treasurer 
Elizur Goodrich, jr. G. Secretary 
Rev. Menzies Rayner, G. Chaplain 
James Cushman, G Marshal 
Jeremy L. Cross, G. Sentinel 

The next Grand Convocation will be held at Hartford, on 
Thursday the 10th of May, 1821. 

Grand Lodge of Connecticut 

MW Oliver Woleott, G. M. 
R W Lyman Law, D, G. M. 

W Thomas H. Cushing, S. G. W, 

W Ralph I. Ingersoll, J. G. W. 



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W Henry Ghampion, G T. 
W William H Jones, G. S. 
W Jer*«»v L.Cross, G. L 
W Thomas K Brace, S G D 
W fclfciir Goodrich, jr. j. G O. 
W. & Kev, Meazies Rajner, G. <*. 



CHAPTERS. 

T/*e Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand Royal 

Arch Chapter, are as folioivs—viz. "' 

Hiram Chapter, No. 1, Newtown 
FranlUb Chapter, No. % New Haven 
Solomon Chapter, No. 3, Derby 
.Franklin Chapter, No. 4, Norwich 
Vanderbrook Chapter, No. 5, Colchester 
Washington Chapter, No. 6, Middletown 
Union Chapter, No 7, New-London 
Lynch Chapter, No. 8, liedding and Westoa 
Trinity Chapter, No. 9, Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, No. 10, Woodbury 
K-ktenhoMse Chapter, No. 11, Stamford 
Warren Chapter, No. 12, Pomfret 
Jerusalem Chapter, No 13, Stratford 
Hamilton Chapter, No. 14, Kent 
Merittfsn Chapter, No. 15, Canaan 
Darius Chapter, No 16, Litchfield 
Vythagoras Chapter, No. 17, Hartford* 



Master Lodges in Connecticut. 



No. \ Hiram, New- Raven 

2 St. John's, M»ddletown 

3 St. ,!ohn 7 », Bridgeport 

4 St. John's, Hart lord 

5 Union, Greenwich 

6 $i, JoWs, Norwalk 



7 King Solomon's Wood- 

bury 

8 St John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, Wallingford 

10 Wooster, Colchester 

11 St I'attf S, LUeSlfiehi 



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12 King Hiram, Derby 

13 Montgomery, Salisbury 

14 Frederick* Fai mington 

15 Moriah, Canterbury 

16 Temple, Cheshire 

17 Federal, Watertown 

18 Hiram, Newtown 

iy Washington, Huntington 

20 Harmony, Berlin 

£1 St. Peter's, New-Miiford 

22 Hart's, Woodhrirtge 

23 St. James', Preston 

24 Uriel, Mansfield 

25 Columbia, Stepney 

26 Columbia, E UadJnm 

27 Rising Sun, Washington 

28 M orn i n g Star, E \\ io d soi 

29 Village, New-Hartf ;;d 

30 Day Spring, Munsden 

31 Union, New-London 

32 Meridian Sun, Warren 

33 Friendship* Southington 

34 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora, Harwintoa 



St Mark's, Gran by 
Western Star. Noifolk 
St. Alban's, Guilford 
Ark, Western 
Union, Dan bury 
Federal, Brooktield 
llai'mnnv, Waterhury 
Trinity, Killingwonh 
Eastern Star, Lebanon Sk 

Windham 
Pythago.ras, Lyme 
Putnam, Pom fret 
Morning Star, Oxford 
St. Luke, Kent 
Jerusalem, Kidgefield 
Warren, Andover 
Warren, Chester 
Mount Olive 
Widow's Son, N. Ston« 

ington 
Hamilton, Sharon 
Seneca, i on ington 
Franklin, Bristol 
Asylum, Stoninglon 



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INCORPORATED CITIES, 



HARTFORD. 

Hon . JO X A T II A. N P» il A Q B , ft l&JQB 

Mtiiemch. 

John T. Peters, J Henry Seymour, 

Thomas Day, | Jeremy rJoadiey. 

Jeremiah Brown, es<f, City Clerk 

William Whitman, e»qj Clerk of City Court 

Walter Mitchell, esq. City Attorney 

Horace Wadsworih, Benjamin Hastings, Sheriffs 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer 

Etisha Dodd, Auditor i)£ City Accounts 



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Common Council Men. j 

Joseph Pratt, William Dodd, Gaius Lyman, David 
&reen!caf, Nathan Johnson, Jes9e Savage, Judah Bliss 3 
Benjamin Fowler, Joseph G. Norton, Nathan Ruggles^ 
Christopher Saunders, Henry Kilbourn. 

Gity Court held on the first Monday in each month; 
Annual Meeting, !a3t Monday in March. 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Hoa. Elizur Goodrich, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Abraham Bishop, j Levi Ives, 

Isaac Mi!ls, | Benjamin Grannis, esqrsJ 

Elisha Munson, esq, City Clerk 
Andrew Kidston, esq. Treasurer 
Roger S. Skinner, esq, Clerk of City Court 
Leonard E. Wales, esq. City Attorney. 
John Scott, Elihu Munson,*Sheriffs. 
Common Council Men. 
John Miles, Isaac Gilbert, Obadiah Hotchkiss, William 
"Walter, William Mix, Joseph N. Clark, Henry Munson, 
Kormand Dexter, Lent Bishop, Eii Mix, Samuel Wads- 
worth, John Rowe. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in eaeh month. 
Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 



NEW-LONDON. 

Hon, Jeremiah G. BrAinard, Mayor.' 

Aldermen. 

Hon. E:lias Perkins | Isaac Thompson, 

Henry Mason, | Wm. Stockman, esquires. 

John A. Fulton, esq. Treasurer 

William F. Brain'anl, esq. Clerk of City Court 

Ebenefcer Way, esq. City Clerk. 

Jleiiry Jepson, Efce&ettr PreatU, Sheriffs 



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Common Council Men.' 
John War, Nathaniel Saltonstall, Joseph Bolles, Ebene* 
i«r Clark, Pardon Lewis, Charles Butler. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, second Mondayin June. 



NORWICH. 
Hon. Calvin Goddard, Mayor* 
Aldermen. 
Flisha Tracy, | Erastus Huntington, 

Simeon Thomas, 1 Richard Adams. 

Hon James Lanraan, esq City Attorney 

James Stedman, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 

Court 

Thomas Thomas, Shubael Breed, Sheriffs. 

Common Council Men. 

Nathan Townsend, Richard P. Tracy, Asa Roath. 

City Coart held en the second Monday in eaeh month* 

" Annual Meeting, the third Monday in April. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, Mayor. 

Jtldermen. 
Alexander Wolcott, | Seth Paddock, 
John AUop, | Augustus Cook, esquires. 

John Fisk, esq. City Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk o£ 
City Court 
George W. Bull, Harvey Treadway, Sheriffs 
Common Council Men. 
p Samuel Williams, Thomas Child, Stephen Ranney, Sam- 
uel R. Dickinson, William V r an Deursen, jr. Joseph Dun- 
ning, Isaac Warner, Epaphras Clark, James Tibbals, Wil- 
liam J. French, Nathan Wilcox, Samuel Spalding. 
City Court held On the second Tuesday in each month.* 
Annual Meeting, third Monday in January, 



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STONING TON BOROUGH. 

Samuel F. Denison, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Joseph Smith, Elisha Faxon, Wiiliam W. Rodman, Gur« 
don Trumbull, Wiiliam Lord, Giles It. Hallam, Alexander 
G. Smith, John Smith. 

Nathan Smith, Clerk. 
John P Williams, Treasurer. 
David C Smith, Bailiff. 

GUILFORD EORGUGH. 

William Todd, esq. Warden. 

Burgesses 

Joe! Griffing, Heubea Elliott, Thomas Burgis, William 

Spencer, Abraham Coan, Jonathan Bishop. 

Samuel Fowler, Clerk. 

Timothy Stone, Treasurer. 

iieuben Stone, Bailiff. 

ESSEX BOROUGH. 

Joseph Hill, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Ebenezer Flay den, Timotity Starkey, Sala Post, Joseph 
Plaits* Gurdon Smith, Gamaliel Conklin. 

Samuel Ingham, esq, Clerk. 

Samuel M. Hay den, Treasurer* 

Felix Starkey, Bailiff* 



KILLINOWOBTH BOROUGH, 

Austin Olcott» esq. Warden. 
Burgesses 
George Carter, Isaac Red field, Samuel Buel!, John Rut* 
MUer, iiliiiS Crane, Lett Hurd. 

ftbiel A. Lo&mttj Clerk* 

Thomas d Ward* Treasurer* 

David lttftUlf«Mnfc 



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MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD. 



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HJtHtlVUU. 

John Caldwell, e<q. President, 
'illiam W. Ellsworth, esq. Secretary. 

XEH'-ILWEN. 

Elias Slripman* esq President. 
John Ship man, e-.q. Secretary, 

MWDLKTOWN. 

Joseph W. AIsop, esq President, 
amuei IS. Redfield, esq. Secretary. 

NEW-LONDON. 

E fish a Denison, esq President. 
David Coit, Esq. {Secretary. 

OCEAN INSURANCE COMPANY, N.IMVEN. 

Roger Sherman, esq. President. 
Truman Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 
IIJRTFORO. 

Nathaniel Terry 4 esq President. 
Walter Mitchell, esq Secrecy, 
ft/r^on?— Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel P«t ten, Jnmei 
Hi Wetts, Henry Hudson, fcdward Watkinson, Roswel 
HuMholomew, Eiiphalei Terry, Thomas Day, Snencctf 
Whiting. 

JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Henry L Klhworth, esq President. 
Isaac Perkins* esq. Secretary* 



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tikrectors— Henry L. Ellsworth, Thomas K. Brace y 
Thomas Belden, Samuel Tudor, jun. Henry Kilbourn,Hen- 
ry Seymour, Griffin Stedman, Gains Lyman, Judah Bliss, 
Caleb Fond, Joseph Morgan, Jeremiah Brown, James M. 
Goodwin, Elisha Dodd, Charles Babcoek, Christopher 
launders, Isaac Perkins. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Simeoa Baldwin, esq. President. 

Roger S. Skinner, Secretary. 

Henry R. Pynchon, Treasurer. 

Directors— Simeon Baldwin, Eli Whitney, William 11. 

Elliott, Aaron Forbes, Samuel Ward, Hervey Sanford, 

Leonard E. Wales, Henry Denison, and Obadiah Hotch- 

kiss. 

NORWICH MUTUAL ASSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, esq Secretary. 
Directors— Jesse Breed, Luther Spalding, Nathaniel 
Shipman, Charles P. Huntington, Daniel L Coit, Benja- 
min Coit, James Stedman, John L. Buswell, Samue! Tyler. 
At NewLond on— Jacob B. Gurley, Anthony Thatcher, 
and John P. Trott, agents 

NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Charles P. Huntington, esq President. 
Joseph Williams, esq. Secretary. 
Directors— Charles P. Huntington, Ezra Chappell, I- 
saac Thompson, Joseph fi. Strong, Cushing Eells, William 
Williams, jr. Francis A. Perkins, Jonathan G. W. Trum- 
bull, Richard Adams. 

UNION COMPANY. 

[Incorporated, in October, 1800 ] 
For the purpose of removiog obstructions to the navign= 



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Hion in Connecticut River, from Hartford to the Soutid.— 
Capital Stock §30,000, an <l ™ty be increased to g 1120, 000. 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. President- 
Directors— -Nathaniel Terry, David Watkinson, Elisha 
Colt. 

Elisha Colt, esq. Treasurer and Clerk. 
Annual meeting for the choice of officers in the montla 
of May, en such day as the directors shall appoint, of 
jvhich they are to give reasonable notice. 



BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 
HARTFORD BANK. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Horace Burr, Cashier. 
Directors — Nathaniel Terry, Andrew Kingsbury, 
CLauncey Deming, Julius Deraing, David Watkinson', 
James H. Wells, James Ward, Eliphalet Terry, Henry 
Hudson, Spencer Whiting, Joseph Trumbull, William W. 
Ellsworth, Henry Seymour cm the part of the Sfatfe 
Annual meeting of Stockholders,' 2d Thursday of June. 
Discount Days Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays — 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock on those 
days. 

PHOENIX BANK. 

PRINCIPAL BANK AT HARTFORD. 

Normand Knox, est]. President. 

George Beach, esq Cashier. 

Directors— Norm and Knox, Samuel Tudor, jr. Charles 

Sigourney, John Russ, Charles Seymour, David Porter, 

Ward Woodbridge, Thomas Day, Sylvester Wells, Wilo 

Mam JSly, Cyprian Nichols, 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays* 
Sfotesfor discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock, 



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BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamiw Tallmadge, esq. President, 
James Butier, Cashier. 
Directors*- Benjamin Tallmadge. James Gonld, Erastns 
Hodges, David Foot, Samuel JiueU, Charles L. Webb, 
Seth P. Beers. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in Sep- 
tember. 

NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

iEneas Mur.son,jr. esq. President 

H. it Pyuchon, Cashier. 

Directors — JEneas Alunson, jr. David Daggett, Titus 

Street, Dyer White, Stephen Buggins, William Leffing- 

well, Henry Denison, Simeon Baldwin, Abraham Bradley, 

jun.— John H. Jacoeks on the part of the State. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of Ju- 

>>• 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays asd Fridays. Hours of ho- 
liness, from jO o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock P. M. 

EAGLE BANK AT NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. President 
William S Kossiter, Cashier 
Directors-* George Hoadley, Timothy Dwight, Nor- 
maud Dexter, Uoger Sherman, Eli Whitney, James Good- 
rich, William Bristol, Charles Denison, Nathan Peck, 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, the third Tuesday in. 
July. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Flours of 
business, from 10 o'clock A M to 3 o'clock P. M. 

UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

George Hallam, esq. President 
Robert Hallam, Cashier 
Directors — George Hallam, Bela Peck, Jonathan Starr, 
Daniel Lathrop, Lyman Law. Joseph Perkins, John Hal- 



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lam, Jonathan Starr, jr. Thomas H. Cushing, Jirah Isham, 
Robert Coit, Peter Richards, Wm. Williams, jr. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of June. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu« 
siness from 10 to l^i o'clock A. M. and from 2 to 4 o'clock 
P.M. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Eliiha Denlson, esq. President. 

Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 

Directors — Elisha Denison, Klias Perkins, Edward 

Chappell, Isaac Thompson, Jacob B. hurley, Wro. P. 

CleaTeland, Thomas \V. Williams, Abraham Shepard, 

Noyes Barber. 

Annuat meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of July. 
Bays of Discount, Tuesdays and Friday?, Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 o'clock A. M. and from l 2 to 4 P. M> 



NORWICH BANK. 

Simeon Breed, esq. President, 
HeSekiah Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors— Simeon Breed, Jabez Huntington, John L, 
Buswell, Zaohariah Huntington, Dwight Ripley, Charles 
P.«Huntington, Benjamin Cok, Jonathan G. W. Trum- 
bull, Joseph Williams, Nathaniel Shipman, Joseph Hun- 
tington, Andrew Perkins, Jacob W. Kinwey. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Monday of June. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4 P. Mr 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, esq. President. 

Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 

Directo :\s— Xchemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, John R* 

Watkinson, Jwseph W. Alsop, Samuel Gill, Joseph Hub. 

"sard, William C, Hall, Samuel Colt, Samuel Southmayd, E- 



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psphroditus Champion, Noah Scovell— Joshua Stow,#n the 
part of the State. 

Annua! meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of Janua- 
ry. 

Bays of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays, at noon— » 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 o'clock A.M. and from % 
to 4 P. M. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Isaac Rronson, esq. President 
George Hayt, Cashier. 
Directors— Isaac Bronson, John S. Cauoon, Ebenezer 
Jessup, Salmon Hnbbell, Ezra Gregory, Jessup Vvakeman, 
William Peet, David Minot, James E. Beach. 

Annual meeting' of Stockholders, first Wednesday of 
July. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE 
UNITED STATES 5 BANK. 

(Located at Middletown.) 

.Enoch Parsons, Esq. President, 

Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier 

Directors— Enoch Parsons, Jacob Sebor, Jamas Casey s 

Sylvester Gilbert, Jeremiah Brown, Daniel Hand, Henry 

Lyman, Elijah Boardman, Richard W. Hart. 

HARTFORD SAVING SOCIETY. 

Daniel Wadsworth, esq. President. 

Vice Presidents— -Ward Wondbridge, James H. Wells, 
Michael Oicott, John T. Peters, David Porter, Michael 
Bull, Charles Sigourney, John Russ, Jeremiah Brown, i- 
saac Perkins, David Watkinson, William Ely. 

Trustees — Cyprian NichoU, Mason F. Cogswell, Henry 
Hudson, Samuel Tudor, jun. Mussel Bunce, James Be 
Hoamer, Charles Hosmer, Thomas Day, George Goodwifc 



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jr. Lorenzo Bull, James R. Woodbridge, James M. Good- 
win, Joseph U. Gilbert, John Butler, Henry Kilbourn, 
Christopher Colt, Barzillai Hudson, jr. Roderick Terry, 
Horace Burr, George Beach, Normand Smith, Thomas K. 
Brace, Jesse Savage, Seth Terry. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Elisha Colt, Treasurer. 



INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 

Luther Savage, esq. Inspector General. 

Deputy Inspectors of Beef and Pork, 

Jeremiah Brown, for Hartford County 
John Hunt, 2d, for New -Haven County 
Jonathan Sizer, for NewLondon County 
Asa Benjamin, for Fairfield County 
David Kcyes, for Windham County 
Hermanus Marshall, for Litchfield County 
Simon House, for Tolland County 
Ephraim Bound, for Middlesex County. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES, 

And Past- Masters in the State of Connecticut^ 

Post-Offices. Post-J\Aasters % 

Ashford J). Clark 
Barkhamsted Clark H. Roberts 
Berlin 8. Sorter, c 2d 
Bethel (Danbury) Oliver Shepard 
Bethlem 5. Ciiurch 
Bolton Sati! Alvord 
Bradleysville (Litchfield) Henry W;>dswr»itk 
Branford Jonathan Barker 
Bridgeport Jesse Sterling- 
Bristol Lott Newell 



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Brook field 

Brooklyn 

Burlington 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Canton, or West Simsbury 

Chelsea Landing 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Colchester 

Colebrook 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Dan bury 

Derby 

Durham 

East-Haddam 

East- Hartford 

Orford Parish 

East-Windsor 

Enfield 

Ellsworth (Sharon) 

East Guilford 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Gran by < 

Greenwich 

Guilford 

Groton 

Had dam 

Hartford 

Harwiwgton 

Hebron 

- do. Andover 

Huntington 

Humphreysville 

Jewett's City, (Griswold) 

Kent 



Robert R. Rugglea 

Adams White, jr. 

W. Lowry 
J William Douglass 
( William M. Burrill 

Gad Bulkley 

Jared Mills, jr. 

John De Witt 

A masa Fl itchcock, jr£ 

Bani Denison 

R. Isham 

Selah Treat 

George Wheaton 

Daniel Loomis 

Zalmon Wildman 

Russel Hitchcock 

James Robertson 

Timothy Green 

ticmuel White 

Wells Woodbridge 

Aaron Bissel 

L. T, Pease 

Thomas St. John 

Curtis Wilcox 

James Koapp 

Samuel Richards 

A masa Hyde 

Joseph Wells 

Erastus Lyman 

Hezskhih Goodrich 

Isaac Weed 

R. Elliott 

Elijah Bailey 

Charles Arnold 

Jonathan Law 

Joel Bradley 

A. Hendee 

JSimon House 

Hall Beard sley 

John T. Wheeler 

John Johnson 

Lewis St. John 



KiUingly 

Killingworth 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 
Lyme 

do. River Head 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
M end en 
Middle bury 

Middletowu 
do. Upper Houses 

Mdford 

Mistick 

Middle-Haddam 

Montville 

New Canaan 

New -Hartford 

New-Haven 

New-London 

New-Mi: foid 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

North ford 

Noi thington 

North Killingworth 

NoKr.-'Stoningtosi 

No. walk 

Norwich 
Oxford 

Plsinfleld 

Plyraouth 

Pomfret . 

Preston 

Redding 

Redding Town [I. 

Ridgefield 

Ripton Parish (Huntington) 

Rocky Hill (Wethersfield) 

Salem 

Salisbury- 



Joseph Adams 
Samuel Crane 
Roger Bniley 
Moses Seymour, \v, 
G T. fmith 
.1. R. Warren 
Sara* I A. Scalding 
Enos H. Buell 
Isaac Lewis 
Sf iles Thompson 
Samuel Williams 
Josiah Sage 
Jirah Bull 
John Hyde 
Jrhn Stewaj t 
John Chapman 
Samuel St. John 
Theodore Cowles 
William H. Jones 
Ebenezer Way 
Philo NToble 
Czar Keeler 
Joseph Jone3 
Augustus Tyler 
R chard Bacon 
Aaron Wilcox 
Thos. T. Wells 
William M. Beits 
Jnhn Hyde 
David Candes 
Ebenezer Eaton 
A polios Warner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Samuel M. Downer 
Billy Comstock 
Wm. ga-pford 
William Keeler 
A. Judson 
Eli Goodrich 
John Whittlesey 
Samuel Church 



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Saugatuck 

Say brook 

Scotland 

Sharon 

Sha,r»n (Ellswoith Society) 

Sherman 

Sim?bury 

Southington 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Southbury 

Stoning ton 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torringfoid 

Trumbull 

Torrington 

Wallingford 

Warehouse Point (E. W ) 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Water town 

Weston 

West Chester 

WethersfieUl 

WiUon 

Winchester 

Windham 

W in ton bury 

Warren 

Windsor 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Vernon 



Stephen Morehouse 
li'umphrey Pratt 
John Wifley 
George King jr. 
Thomas St. John 
Lewis Starr 
Jeffery O. Phelps 
R. Lewis 
Bennitig Mann 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tucker man 
Sh Osborn 
Guidon Trumbull 
David Brooks 
Wiiliam Gay 
Jolui Nichols jr. 
Calvin Wiliey 
Nat. Smith 
Eliakim Beach 
Harvey Palmer 
James Carrington 
Charles S. Phelps 
Chauncey Camp 
William K> Lampson 
Benjamin De Forest 
Jesse Wakeman 
Franklin G. Comstock 
James L. Beidcn 

Horace Hig'ey 
Charles Taiuter 
J- Burnstead 
John Tullmadge 
William Howard 
^m, Perry 
Chester Kendall 
U-bbeus P. Tinker- 



m 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 
SINGLE LETTERS, 

For any distance not exceeding 30 miles f cents. 

Over 50 and not exceeding 8(» miles 10 

80 — 150 — - 12 1 e 

150 — 400 18 1-2 

400 25 

Doubie letters are doable, triple letters triple, and quadj 

ruple letters, quadruple of thrse rat^s. A packet the 
weight of one ounce, the rate of tour sing'e letters, and in 
like proportion for one of a greater weight. 

Single letters, if carried in a vessel of the United States, 
8 cents ; in a private vessel, 6 cents. 

No master of a vessel can report, before his letters are 
delivered at the post office 

Newspapers, one cent } but if carried ever tOQ miles one 
and a half cewts. Not carried out of the sUte where prin- 
ted, on© cent. 



American Board of Commissioners for 

Foreign Missions. 

Hon. John Tread well, President. 

Rev. Joseph Lyman, d-d. Vice-President. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d.d Recording- Secretary 

Jeremiah Evarts, esq Treasurer, 

Asher Adams, esq. Auditor. 

The Vice-President, • ) 

The Corresponding Secretary, ( The Prudential 
The Treasurer, * / Committee, 

Rev. Jedediah Morse. r.D. / 



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YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

[founded 1700,] 

Kev. Jeremiah Day, ll d. President, and Professor of 

^Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 
Benjamin Silliman, m d Prr.fissor of Chemestiy, Miner* 

alogy and Geology. 
James L. Kingsley, a m. Professor of Languages and 

Ecclesiastical History 
Kev. Eleazer T. Filch, a m. Professor of Divinity. 
Kev. Chauneey A. Goodrich, am. Professor of Oratory 

and II he to rich, 
Alexander M. Fisher, a. m Adjunct Professor of Math- 
ematics and Natural Philosophy. 
Vacant, Professor of Law. 



FELLOWS. 



Kev. Andrew Lee, d. d. 
Joseph Strong, d.d. 
1'enoni Upson, d.d. 
Amos Bassett, d.jd. 
John Elliott, 



<ev. Elijah Parsons, 

Wiliiam B. Uipley, 
Daniel Smith, 
Andrew Elliott, 
Calvin Cflapin, d.d. 



The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and six senior 
Senators, together with the President and foregoing Fel- 
lows, constitute the Corporation. 

TUTORS. 
Horace Hooker, AM. i Edward Bull, a.m. 

Kufus Woodward, a M. I Lyman Coleman, a U» 

Wil.iaia C Fowler, a m, | 

Hon. .lames Hiilhouse, Treasurer. 
Stephen Twining, esq. Stexvard. 

Commencement— 2d Wednesday of September. 
Vacation^ — Ficm eomrueiiceoient, six weeks— from the 



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2d Wednesday of January, two weeks— and from the first 
Wednesday in May, four weeks. 
Kumber of Graduates at the last Commencement, — . 



The Medical Institution of Yale 
College. 

JEneas Munson, M d. Professor oj Materia Medlca and 

jtottmy. 
Nathan Smith, m d. Professor of the 'I hpory and Practice 

of Physic, Surgery and Ob ste tricks. 
Eli Ives, m.d. Adjunct Professor of Materia Medica and 

Botany. 
Benjamin Silliman, m.d. Professor of Chemistry and 

Pharmacy. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Profcsaor of Anatomy and Phisi- 

ology. 



TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class, are ex- 
amined in Cicero's Select Orations. Clarke's Introduction 
to the making of Latin, Virgil, Sallust, the Greek Testa- 
ment, Dalzel's Grseca Minora, Adams' Latin Grammar, 
Goodrich's Greek Grammar, Latin Prosody, and Arith- 
metic. 

A candidate for an advanced standing, in addition to the 
preparatory studies, is examined in the various branche3 
to which the class he proposes to enter have attended. 

The stated time of examination for admission into col- 
lege, is on the day preceding the public commencement. 
But persons may be examined in any other part of the col- 
legiate terms It is requested they may not be offered in 
the vacations, except for very special reasons. 

No one caw be admitted to the Freshman Class, ^ If f hf» 
lias completed f lis fourteenth year ; nor to an advanced 
standing, without a proportional iocrea?e of age. 

TestimoBials of a good moral character, are in all cases 
required j and those who are admitted from other colleges 



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imust produce certificates that they have been subjected *• 
no collegiate censure. The students are not considered 
s:s regular members of the college, till, after a residence 
of at least six months, they have been admitted to matri- 
culation, on satisfactory evidence of an unblemished mor- 
al character. Before this, they are only students on pro- 
bation. 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 

The whole course of instruction occupies four years.— 
In each year there are three terms or sessions. 

The three younger classes are divided, each into two 
parts; and each of the divisions is committed to the par- 
ticular charge of a Tutor, who, with the assistance of the 
Professors, instructs them. The Senior Class is instruct- 
ed by the President and Professors, Bach of the four 
classes attends three recitations or lectures a day ; except 
on Wednesdays and Saturdays, when they have only two. 
The'following scheme giver, a view of the authors recited 
e&eh term. 

Freshman Class. 

I Li*y begun. Adams' Uoman Antiquities. Webber's 
Ari'hraeUc revised. Murray's English Grammar. 

ill. Livy continued through five books. Homer begun. 
Da}'* Algebra. 

III. Homer continued through five books. Morse's Ge- 
ography, Vol I. Irving on composition. Mutiny's Grata* 
mar, reviewed. 

Sophomore Class. 

T. Morse's Geography, Vol. II. Playfair's Euclid begun. 
Hoi ace begun 

II Euclid finished. Horace finished Day's Mathemat- 
ics, Part II and 111. Cicero de Officii* begun. 

III. Grseca Majors, the Historical parts. Day's Mathe- 
matics, Part IV. Webber's Conic Sections and Spherio 
Geometry. Blair's Lectures, Vol. 1. Cicero de Officii 
d§ Scnectute & de Amicitia* finished* 



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Junior Class. 

I. Spheric Trigonometry. Grteca Majora, continued.^- 
Enfield's Philosophy begun. Cicero de Oratore begun.- 

II. Grseca Mnjora, Voi. I. finished. Enfield's Philoso- 
phy continued. Cicero de Oratore coatinued. Tacitus, 
omitting the annals. 

Ill Enfield's Astronomy. Ty tier's History. Mervey's 
Chemestry. Fluxions, Greek or Hebrew, tot the option of 
the student. 

Senior Class. 

I. Blair'3 Rhetoric, Vol II. Hedge's Lcgi«. Locked 
Essays heguu. Pa!ey's Natural Theology, begun* 

II. Locke finished, Palej's evidences of Christianity.— 
Paley's Natural Philosophy begun. 

III. Paiey's Philosophy finished. Stewart's Philosophy 
ef the mind, Vol. I. 

In addition to the recitations in the hooks here specified, 
each class receives lectures from the Professor of Langua- 
ges ; the Junior Class attends a course of experimental 
lectures on Natural Philosophy— and the Senior Class 9 
the courses on Chemistry, Mineralogy, Geology, and the 
principles of Natural Philosophy. The members of the 
several classes attend, also, the private exercises asd lec- 
tures of the Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, Speci- 
mens of English Composition are exhibited daily, by one 
or more of each of the divisions of the Sophomore and 
Junior classes. Written translations from Latin authors, 
are presented by the Freshman Clasi. The lower classel 
are also instructed in Latin Composition. The Senior 
and Junior Classes have Forensic Disputations twice a 
week, before their instructers. There are very frequent 
exercises in Declamation, before the Tutors, before the 
^Professor of Oratary, and before the faculty and students, 
in the chapel, 

The Berkeieian Prennuna, of about fifty dollars a year, 
is given to the scholar in each class, who passes the best 
examination in Latin and Greek ; provided he resides as 
a graduate in New-Haven , one* two, or three years* JPre* 



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m'mms are also given for Latin and English Composition* 
und Declamation in public. 

There are two public examinations of the classes in a 
year; one in May, the other in September ; which are con- 
tinued from four to six days each. The candidates for de- 
grees are also examined at the close of their course of 
study. 

No student is allowed to be absent without special leave, 
except in vacations. 

PUBLIC WORSHIP. 

Prayers are attended in the college chapel, every raor- 
iihig and evening, with the reading of the scriptures, when, 
one of the Faculty officiates, and all the students are re- 
quired to he present. They are also required to attend 
public worship in the Chape!, on the Sabbath, except such 
as have permission to attend the Episcopal or other con» 
gregations in town, 

EXPENSES. 

The college bills are made up by the Treasurer and 
Steward, three times a year, at the close of each term ; 
and are presented to the students, who are required to 
present them to their parents, guardians, or patrons. If 
any student fails to comply with this requisition, he is not 
to be^ permitted to recite till the bills are paid. 
The annual charges in the Treasurer's bill, are, 
For instruction . - - g33 

For rent oi a Chamber in college - 6 

• For ordinary repairs and contingences, 2 40 

For general damages, sweeping, &cc. about 1 60 

S4S 00 
Besides this, the student maybe charged for damages 
done by himself, and a small sum for printing catalogues, 
and other occasional expenses. 

Hoard is furnished in commons, by the Steward, at a« 
bout J$2 25 a week ; or 90 dollars a year, not including 
vacations. It varies, however, with the price of provisions. 
Wood is procured by the corporation, and distributed to 
those students who apply tor it, at cost aud charge3 s 




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The students provide for themselves hed and bedding*, 
furniture for their rooms, candles, books, stationary, and 
washing. There are also classical taxes, of a small a- 
niount, (or fuel in the recitation rooms, catalogues, &c— 
If the books and furniture are sold, when the student has 
no longer neces ity for them, the expense incurred by 
their use will not be great. 

The following may be considered as a near estimate of 
the necessary expenses, without including apparel, pocket 
money, travelling, and board in vacation. 

Treasurer's bill, as above 

Board in commons, 40 weeks from 

Fuel and light .... 

Use of books and stationary 

Use of furniture - 

Washing - - - • • 

Classical taxes • 

Total from g 1 80 to 220 

Those who have their board and room in private fami- 
lies, will incur an additional expense of from 70 to 100 dol- 
lars a year. None are permitted to <ake lodgings in town, 
except when the rooms in college are not sufficient to ac- 
commodate all. 

Students who wait in the hall, are allowed two thirds of 
their board : and those who occupy recitation rooms, save 
their fuel m winter, and receive a small compensation ia 
summer. 

With regard to apparel, and what is called pocket mon- 
ey, no genera' estimate can be made. 

No student is allowed to contract any debt, without a 
written permission from bis patron, who is one of the Fa- 
culty. As a farther precaution against extravagance, pa- 
rents at a distance frequently deposit funds with the pat- 
ron ; who, in that case, pays a particular attention to the 
pecuniary concerns of the student : settles his bills, cor- 
responds with the parent, transmits an account of expendi- 
tures, &c. for which he charges a commission. 

A person admitted to an advanced standing, unless com- 
ing from another college, pays a sum to the Treasurer, e- 
qaal to the tuition money which has bsen paid by others 
of the class whioh he eaters, 



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THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION. 

The Instructors in the Medical Institution are a "Pro- 
fessor of the Theory anil Practice of Physic and Surgery, 
a Professor of Materia Medica and Botany, a Professor of 
Chemistry and Pharmacy, and a Professor of Anatomy 
and Physiology. The Lectures commence the last week 
in October, and terminate the last week in March. Dur- 
in% the course, from 80 to 10© Lectures are given by each 
Professor 

The Students have access to the Lectures on Natural 
Philosophy, Mineralogy, and Geology. A distinct course 
is given on Obstetricks, by the Professor of Anatomy and 
another ©n the Elements of Botany, by the Professor of 
that department. The Examination for licenses and de- 
grees, is held immediately after the close oi the lectures. 

The Institution is furnished with a Library and Anatom- 
ical Museum The students have access, also, to the Li- 
brary of the College. 

The Fees, which are paid in advance, are twelve dol- 
lar and fifty cents, for each course, except that en Mine* 
rafogy. The Matriculation Fee is five dollars. Rocm- 
rca» in the Medical College is five dollars which entitles 
the student to remain in the room during the year. The 
entire expente of a residence of five months, through the 
courses, including fee3 and all expenses, except clothing, 
is from 150 to 200 dollars a year. 

The Medical students, during their residence in the In- 
stitution, are subject to the same moral and religious re- 
straints as those of the Academical Coliege. 



OFFICERS 
Of the Alpha of Connecticut. 

James L. Kingsley, esq. President 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, esq. Vice-President. 

Rev. Thomas P. Davis, Corresponding Secretary. 



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Alpha of Massachusetts. 

Hon. Charles Jackson, ll d. President 

Professor John Farrar, Vice President. 

Samuel Gilman, A. m. Secretary. 

Professor Levi Hedge, Treasurer. 



Alpha of New 'Hampshire. 

Mills Olcott, esq President. 

Ephraira Kingsbury, eta. Vice President. 

William Chamberlain, a.m, Corresponding Secretary. 

Alpha of New- York, at Schenectady. 

Rev. Eliphalet Nott, d d President. 

Rev. Andrew Yates, d. d. Vice President/ 

Thomas Mc.*u!ey, ll d. Corresponding Secretary « 

Francis Way land, am. Recording Secretary. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, b d. Principal. 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Languages. 
Burrage tteacb, esq. Treasurer and Secretary. 
*2(mivsr?ari/ — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations—From the first vVedoescay in September, 
three weeks ; from the '24th ol December, two weeks — 
from the third Wednesday in Ap-ril, five weeks- 



bacon academy, colchesteii. 

John Witter, am Preceptor. 
Vacat£on8~-Fwhi the first Wednesday in September, 
three wveks — from the first Wednesday in January- two 
weeks -anti from the first Wednesday m May^ two weeks. 



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HARVARD UNIVERSITY, (MASS.) 
[Founded, 1636.] 

Hev. John Thornton Kirtland, d t>. ll. d. President* 
Commencement— -Last Wednesday in August. 
Vacations— -From Commencement, four weeks -from 
ihe fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks— and 
From the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 



"WILLIAMS COLLEGE, (MASS.) 

(Incorporated June 22, 1/93.) 

Jlev- Zephaniah Swift Moore, rs d President. 
Rev. A Win Hyde, d d. Vice-President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September, 
> Vacations — First, three weeks from Commencement.— 
Second, seven weeks from the fourth Wednesday in De- 
cember — Third, three weeks from the third \V ednesday 
in May. 



BOWDOIN COLLEGE, 

AT BRUNSWICK (ME ) 
(Incorporated June 24, 1794.) 

Rev. William Allen, President. 

Commencement— -First Wednesday in September. 

Vacations— First, four weeks from Commencement- 
Second, six weeks from the first Wednesday in January- 
Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 

(Incorporated 1764 ) 
Uev. Asa Messer, d. d. ll.d. President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
¥ucations—Fh st, three weeks from Commencement— 



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Second, eight weeks from the last Wednesday in Decem- 
ber. Third, two weeks from the third Wednesday in 

May* 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, (N. H.) 

(Founded in 1769 ) 
Rev Daniel Dana, d.d President. 
Commencement— -Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations— -First, four and a half weeks from Com- 
mencement —Second, eight and a half weeks from the first 
Monday in January. 



MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

(Incorporated Nov. 1800) 

Rev. Joshua Bates, i). d- President. 

Commencement — Third Wednesday in August. 

Vacations — First, four weeks from Commencement.—* 
Second, seven weeks ftom the first Wednesday in January 
and two weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 



UNION COLLEGE, AT SCHENECTADY, 

(N.Y.) 

Rev Elipnalet Nott, d.d. President* 
Commencement— Founh Wednesday of July, 
Vacations — First, from Commencement, seven weeks- 
Second, in December, three weeks. —Third, in .\pri5> 
three weeks. 

HAMILTON COLLEGE, 

IN ONEIDA COUNTY, NY. 

(Incorporated in 1812 ) 

Kev. Henry Davis, d« d. President* 



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Commencement** Fosirth Wednesday in August. 

Vacations^*' -First, frofti Commencement, six weeks.— 
Second, from the second Wednesday in January, three 
weeks. Third, from the second Wednesday in May, four 

weeks. 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, 

IN ANDOVER, MASS. 
(Founded 1807.) 

Professors. 
Rev. Ebeaezer Porter, d.d Martlet professor of Sacred 

Rheio-ric. 
Rev. Leonard Woods, d-d Abkat professor of Christian 

Thedtogy. 
Rev. Moses Stuart, a.m. Assoc. pr»jessor of Sacred Lit' 

erature. 
Rev, James Murdock, d. d. professor of Ecclesiastical 
flisttry. 
Vacations — First, six weeks from the Thursday follow, 
ing the first Wednesday In May. 

Second, e?ght weeks from the Thursday following the 
fourth Wednesday in September. 

Public examination, 4th Wednesday in September. 
Regular time of adraittiag students, at the beginning of 
the winter term. 



Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences. 

(Incorporated October 1709 ) 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, ll.d. President, 
His Ex. Oliver 1\ oleott, ll d. \ 
Hon John Cotton Smith, ll.d. / 
Hon. James tlfllhou.se, \ Vice Presidents. 

His Honor Jcr.a. Ingersoll, ll.d. k 
George Gi?>rv* s esq. J 



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Hon. Job a Trumbull, ll.d. } 

Hon. Simeon Baldwin, / 

Kev Tillotson Bronson, d. d. > Councillors* 

Hon- Bavid Daggett, I 

lion. Koger M. Sherman, J 

Enoch Perkins, esq. > 

Nathan Smith, m.d. > Corresponding Secretaries, 
Rev Elijah Waterman,} 
Professor A. M Fisher, Recording Secretary. 
Stephen Twining, esq. Treasurer. 

President Day, } 

Professor Silliman, > Committee of Publication. 

Professor Kingsley, j 

Annual meeting, 4th Tuesday of October. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Col. Jabez W. Huntington,) ai , A . rn*»* 
Col. Oliver S. Wolcott, $ ^ds-de-Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, 

Lieutenant General. 

Major Roger S Baldwin, i M d*-<!e- Camp. 
Major Charles A. Ingersoll,} * 

Major General Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant General. 
Major Henry Hudson, ) tf . , . r „^ 

Major Wol/ott Huntington, \ J**r*-Camp. 
Col. Michael Olcott, Quarter Master General.' 
Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hczekiah Goddard, Pay Master General. 

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GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 



AT HARTFORD. 

2TORSE. TJarzillai I>. Buck, Major Commandant 
1st Company. John E. Hart, 1st Lieutenant 

Jonathan Ramsay, 2d Lieutenant 
, Cornet 

foot. James M. Goodwin, Major Commandant 
tst Company. George Qeach, Capt and 1st Lieutenant 
Lynde OImstead,2d Lieutenant 
Nathan Morgan, 3d Lieutenant 
Thomas D. Gordon, 4th Lieutenant 
Samuel Gray, 2d, Ensign 

AT NEW-HAVEN. 

horse. Enos A. Preseott, Major Commandant 
2d Company. Samuel Newlon, 1st Lieutenant 
Henry Hugrgingg, 2d Lieutenant 
Thomas Cook. Cornet 

foot. Ezekiel Hotchkiss, Captain 
2d Company. William C, Atwater, 1st Lieutenant 
Joel Matson, 2d Lieutenant 
Bela T. Peck, 3d Lieutenant 
Charles B Grannis, 4th Lieutenant 



INFANTRY. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the first and second Brigade*. 

Martin Kellogg, jr. esq. Major General 

Major Bareiliji H6d.on.jr.* ^ Wi .^. Ca ,^ 

Major Henry Upson, \ 

Lt. Col Joseph Wright, Division Inspector 
Major Jo»iah At wood, Division Quarter MaaU 



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FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth 

regiments. 

George Cowles, esq. Brigadier General 

James K. Camp, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Samuel Deming, brigade Quarter Master 

George Kobinson, Aid-de-Camp. 



First Regiment. 
Formed from Hartford, (excepting the society of West- 
Hartford) Windsor, (excepting such part thereof as lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills) Kast Hartford, Kast- 
Windsor, that part of Farmington, and that part of Sims- 
bury which lies within the society of Wintonbury. 
John F. Waters', Coior.el 
Irenus Brown, Lieutenant Colonel 
Charles S. Phelps, Major, 
Charles Babcock, Adjutant 
Thomas Robb : ns, Chaplain 
James l>i-;well ? Quarter Master 
Henry Halsey, FV master 
William Everett, burgeon 
Yatantj Surgeon's Mate 

Captains Lieu: eimnis Ensign* 

Henry Francis Vacant Jame? Church 

Chauncey Porter Cyrus BissefJ 1 uiher Barber 

Martin Rockwell Samuel Mills Daniel Stoughton 

Kli Olmsted Luman Hurl but Martin Roberts 

Pieiposit H«i ; Ister Hanan Cooler rjeraan '.'■ 

J *ab Loomis Richard F. Combs Justus "TriUei 

Daniel French Vacant Anson liiseeil 

Richard Niles Josiah Phelps Philip Barns 

Flank Companies. 
Stephen Heath ClaH. Mcintosh John Watson, 3d 
William Kayden Alfred L. Goodrich Vacant 



Sixth Hegiment. 
Formed from Middletown, WTethersfield, Glastenburv, 
and the society of Vvorthingtcn, in Berlin. 
James Sellew, Colonel 



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Edmund Bulkley, Lieutenant Colonel 

Joseph Camp, Major 

Jarerl G. Talcott, Adjutant 

Vacant, Chaplain 

George Mcraely, Quarter Master 

Roderick Grimes, Paymaster 

William Tulley, Surgeon 

Giles M, Boardman, Surgeon's Mate 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns.* 

George Crane James Standish Elijah Heack 

Selah" North Abel W. Allen Vacant 

Archibald Pibbles Oliver Brainard Henry Dayton 

Austin Kobbins William Butler Thomas Uanforth, 

Joseph Williams Joseph Wilcox, jr. WiKiam Bailey 

Jacob Harris E. G Hubbard Spicer Leonards 

George Covell Asel Hollister Sylvester Biush 

George Hart Chauncey Shipman Heth Standiey,jr. 

Belia Coe Elihu Coe Levi Coe 

''&**% \Flank Companies, 

George W Bull Laudin Baiiey Jehiel Johnson 

Daniel WHlard Samuel Galpin Joshua Goodrich 



Fourteenth Regiment. 
Formed from Farraington, (excepting such part thereof 
as lies within the society of Wintonbury) Burlington, Bris- 
tol, Southington, the society of West- Hartford, and Berths* 
excepting the society of Worthington. 

Abram Pettibcne. jr. Colonel 

'Isaac Botsford, Lieutenant Colonel 

Samuel Dickinson, Major 

Francis Hart, Adjutant 

Jonathan Cone, Chaplain 

Orin Pearl, Quarter Master 

James D Hurl bat, Paymaster 

Titus Merriman, Surgeon 
Levi Gayloid, Surgeon's Mate 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns. 

Edward Whitman Joseph Dutton, jr. Edward Titlotson 
Norman Winchel Albert Norton (!. Goodrich 
Joseph Wright Benjmniu Slater Franc is Hart 



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Aimer Bailey 
Cromwell Newell 
George Flagg 
Sidney Porter 
Joseph S. Peck 

Chester Grannis 
Mark Thompson 



L Carrington 
Levi Upson 
Hezekiah Selden 



Rollin Atkius 
Carmi Johnson 
S. Goodman 



Francis Woodruff Francis Woodford 
Ira Hronson Ambrose Hart 

Flank Companies, 

Root Gridley Renselaer Carter 

Richard Cowles Nathaniel Olmsted 



Seventeenth Rfgiment. 

Formed from Snffield, Granby, Simsbury, (excepting* 
so much thereof as lies within the society of VVintonbury) 
that part of Windsor which lies within the society of Tur- 
key Hills, and Canton, excepting such part thereof as for- 
merly belonged to Now-Ilartford. 

Jesse P. Holcomb, Colonel > 

Ezra Adams, jr. Lieutenant Colonel 

Samuel Norris, Major 

Nathaniel Pratt, Adjutant 

Allen McLean, Chaplain 

Erastus Holcomb, Quarter Master 

Joseph Cornish, jr. Paymaster 

James O. Pond, Surgeon 

Joseph P. Jewett, Surgeon's Mate 



Captain* 
James Cornish 
Alfred Sikes 
Linus Moses 
Orson P. Phelps 
Jedidiah Wilcox 
Chandler Owen 
Justin Reed 
Moses Tibbetts 



Seth King, jr. 
Isaac Phelps 



Lieutenant 8 
Asa Cornish 
Thomas Hurlbut 
S. F. Hoskins 
Alexander Hoskins 
Norman Dyer 
J. C. Shelden 
Ovil W T ilcox 
D. h Holcomb 



■Ensign s 
Nathan Case 
Alfred Austin 
Aruna C. Mere 
George W. Man ft 
Origin Adams 
Henry Griswold 
William Taylor 
Selden More 



Flank Companies 
J. Remmingtons William Fuller 
Gift VV. Adar* Roland Hayes 



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First Regiment oj Cavalry 
Annexed to the first Brigade of lufautry. 

Epaphras L. Phelps, Colonel 

Ho sea Hinsdale, Major 

George Smith, Adjutant 

Shubael Bartlett, Chaplain 

Elisha iVl. Jenks, Quarter Master 

Oliver Williams, Paymaster 

John W. Hanchet, burgeon 

Elieil). Smith, Suigeou's Mate 

First Troop. Third Troop 

Rela Bemont, captain John Lyon, captain 

Erastus Graham, 1st lieut. Orrin Uoit, 1st lieut. 

Miles Foot, 2d lieut. Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Joel A. Fuller, cornet Vacant, cornet 

Second Troop Fourth troop 

Vacant, captain Norman Merrill, captain 

Samuel Belcher, 1st lieut. Daniel Burnham, 1st iieut. 

Benoni Stiles, 2d lieut. Norman Kellogg, 2d iieuu 

Gorham Fuiier, cornet illisha Kit bourn, cornet 

Supernumerary officers in thejirst regiment of 
Cavalry. 

Ephraim H. Morse, Colonel 

John Collins, Major. 

John Pinuey, Captain 

Jeremy Bliss, 1st Lieutenant 

JBerjainin A. Harrison, 2d Lieutenant 

Jonathan Clark, Comet 



Third Regiment of Cavalry, 
Annexed to the first Brigade of Infantry. 

Erastus Sage, Colonel 

Vacant, Major, 

Norria Wileox, Adjutant 

Joihua L, SV i'iiaiua, Chaplain 



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Noab- W. Stanley, Quarter Master 

James Cowles, Paymaster 

Zephaniah Swift, Surgeon 

Vacant, Surgeon's Mate 

First Troop Third Troop 

Alphcus Shumway, captain John A. Hart, cap tarn 

Daniel Bacon, 1st lieut. Dennis Rich, 1st lieut. 
Noadiah Rockwell, 2d lieut. Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Aaron Plum, cornet Julius Bristol, cornet 

Second Troop Fourth Troop 

Jannah 13. Phelps, captain Richard Wilcox, captain 

Myrom Norton, 1st lieut. Vacant, 1st lieut. 

Samuel Deliber, 2d lieut. Selah Hart, 2d lieut. 

Uri Taylor, cornet Asuhel Smith, cornet 

Supernumerary officers in the third regiment of 

Cavalry. 

Sidney Wadsworth, Captain 

Noah L. Phelps, 1st Lieutenant* 

Chauncey Kowe, Cornet 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth, an J twenty second 
regiments. 

Jeremiah Parmelee, esq Brigadier Genera! 

Samuel Robinson, jr. Brigade Major and Inspector 

Samuel C Johnson, Aid-de Camp 

George Landon, Quarter Master. 



Second Regiment, 

Formed from New Haven, East-Haven, Milford, Derby, 

Oxford, and the society of Amity, in Woodbridge. 

David Jackson, Colonel 

Samuel 13. Ford, Lieutenant Colonel 

Eli Gilbert, Major 

Truman Cae, Adjutant 

Anaoa Townsend, Quarter Master 



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3ohn Lewis, Paymaster 
Erastus Scranton, Chaplain 
Samuel Punderson, Surgeon 

Jennings, Surgeon's Mate 

Hezekiah Augur, Sergeant Major 
— Kimberly, Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains Lieutenants 

Tsaac Mix Eber K Potter 

Grindley Harrison Zelotes Day 
Harry Riggs 
Asa,l3assctt 
Andrew Beard 
Asel Smith 
T. L. Osborne 
Andrew Clark 



Nathan Smith 
Dennis Kimberly 



Isaac While 
Ezekiel Gilbert 
Joseph Wilson 
Wyllet Hsmway 
William Osboi»e 
Ransom Russell 

Flank Companies 
Nathan Piatt William Piatt 

G. I. Whiting C.C. Tomliasoj 



Ensigns 
L. Chatfield 
I), B, Hinmari 
Jared Johnson 
Bennet Lush 
W. Hemingway 
Lewis Hubbeil 
Wra. Clark 
Vacant 



Seventh Regiment. 
Formed from Durham, Killiugworth, Saybrook and Had- 
dam, excepting that part thereof which lies on the east 
side of Connecticut river. 

Obadiah Platts, Colonel 

William Ingham, Lieutenant Colonel 

George Buel, Major 

. Hezekiah Platts, Adjutant 

Curtis Pratt, Quarter Master 

Joseph H. Hayden, Paymaster 

Aaron Hovey, Chaplain 

Reynold Webb, 2d, Surgeon 

Dan Platts, 3d, Surgeon's Mate 

Ebenezer Pratt, Sergeant Major 

Vacant, Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains 
Benjamin Dowd 
Thomas fchaler 
Nathaniel Wilcox 
Ichabod Camp 
Araasa Harden 



Lieutenants 
Richard Chalker 
Daniel Ventres 
William Pratt 
Timothy Eve, 2d 
George Read 



Ensigns 
John Buslmell 
D. C. Dickinson 
D. M. Griswold 
Jabez Bailey 
Fenaer Busk 



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Aaron Bushnel 
Gideon Pa> ker 
Stephen Burr 

Leet Hurd 
S. Huntington 



Alanson Redfield Wra, H. Lay 
Robert O. Phelps Nathan Brooks 
Elisha Clark T. C. Smith 

Flank Companies 
Silas Carter Charles Stephens 

Chauncey Child Gordon Walkley 



Tenth Regiment. 
Formed from Guilford, Branford, Worth Haven, ari«! 
Waliingfcrd* 

John B. Chittenden, Colonel. 
Caleb Cooke', Lieutenant Colonel 

Joseph Chidsey, Major 

Henry W. Chittenden, \djutant 

Frederick Lewi?, Quarter Master 

Amos Seward, Paymaster 

Aaron Datton, Chaplain 

Lyman Parker, Surgeon 

WiHoughby L. Lay/Surgeun's Mate 

Elijah Lindiley, Sergeant Mpjqp 

Henry Scranton, Quaiter Master Sergeant 

Captains Lieutenants 

David Parmelee G. A Foote 
Ira Andrews Wm. Mix 

F. Blackstone 

Edward Tuttle 

Achilles Willard 

M. S. Tyler 

Erastus Dudley 

J. W. Benton 
Flank Companies 

Joel Parmelee 

Joel Rice 



Wm. R. Johnson 
Eleazer Warner 
Hubbard Graves 
Jason Page 
Cyrus Benton 
Anson Field 



Ensigns 
N. R Landom 
Vacant 

Joseph Goodrich 
Haivey Smith 
John Graves 
Martin Barns 
Richard Fowler 
William Field 



William Hart 
Asaph Hall, 



George Hart 
Ely Austin 



Twenty- second Regiment. 

Formed from Waterbury, Woicott, Cheshire, MerideB* 

Hamden, and the society of Bethany, in Woodbridge 

Thaddeus Street, Colonel 

Bela Wilton, Lieutenant Colonel 

Ethelbsrt Benham, Major 



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3" 

William U. Hitchcock, Adjutant 
Josiah C. Flagg, Quarter Master 

Cyrus Baldwin, Paymaster 
John Keyes, Chaplain 

John A- Cornwell, Surgeon 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Pliny Sheldon Ransom Scovili Vacant 

William Peck -John Foster Heuben Moss 

Lyman Collins Stephen Seymour John Couch 
Archibald Minor Moses Pond Mark Upson 

Levi Wooster Ashbel Stephens John Newton 

G. M. Hotchkiss Orren Hotchkiss D. M, Hotchkiss 
Nathan Nettleton Ailing Thomas N". ii. Morris 
Leverett Tuttle Hez* Brockett Amos Dickerman 

Flank Companies 
Anson Sperry Enos Warner Ends P. Root 

Stephen Tuttle Jacob Robinson Lauren Prestoa 



SECOND DIVISION, 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades 
Jirah lsham, esq. Major General 

Lt. Col. George L. Perkins, Division Inspector 
Major William P. Cleavelasd, jr. Division Qr. Master 

THIRD BRIGADE, 

Comprising the third, eighth, eighteenth, and twentieth, 
regiments. 

William Moore, 4th, esq* Brigadier General 

Russel Wheeler, Brigade Major and Inspector 

E. G. Moore, Aid-de Camp 

Fetcr Latimer, Brigade Quarter Master 



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Third Regiment, 
Formed from New-London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, the society of Millington, in East-liaddain, and 
Salem 

John C. Ely, Colonel 

Avery Mm gan, Lieutenant Colonel 

Sylvester Champion, Major 

Richard E. Seidell, jr. Adjutant 

Lathrop Rockwell, Chaplain 

William Sistare, Quarter Master 

Joseph Noyes, Paymaster 

Dyer T. Brainard. Surgeon 

Charles Thompson, Sui"°eoji's Mate 

Richard L. Lord Sergeant Major 

Isaac Shepard, Quarter Master Sergeant 

Captains Lieutenants Enaigns 

John Prentis Ezra VV. Miller Fred. Champion 

Charles W. Wait Sylvester Rowland H. Champion, jr. 
J. YV. Haughton Joshua Baker, jr. John B. Rogers 
Joseph A. Smith Absalom Beckwithlohn Moore, 2d 
Elisha Caulkins Daniel ftyriia Vacant 

Zehulon BrockwayJohn G. Jewitt Josiuh BeekwitJi 
Horace Miller Asa Swan N. L. Latimer 

Griswold Avery, jr.G. F. Chappell Joha Bush 

Flank Companies 
Ebenezer Prentis Erastus Smith Chas. Huntington 

Nathan Griffin, 2d Reed Anderson Lemuel Dickinsea 



Eighth Regiment, 
Formed from Groton, Stoningtou, North Stonington and 
Voluntown. 

Nathaa Pendleton, Colonel 

Stephen Biliings, Lieutenant Colonel 

John VV, Hall, Major 

Nathan Smith, Adjutant 

Ira Hait, Chaplain 

Samuel Chapman, Quarter Master 

John O.Miner, jr. Paymaster 



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Thomas T Wells, Surgeon 

William Hyde, Surgeon's Mate 

Ralph It. Miner, Sergeant Major 

Luke Wheeler, 2d, Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains 
Francis Amy 
Henry Harding 
Cyrus Swan' 
Daniel Stanton 
Roswell Allyn 
Daniel Bentley 



Lieutenants 
C. H Smith 
RosweU Packer 
Ansel Coats 
Caleb Potter 
Abel Allyn 



Peres Wheeler 
Joshua Brown, 3d Ezra Hewitt 
Joseph Mason Daniel Mason 

Flank Companies 
Enoch Lamb Avery Gallup Elisha Morgan 

B. Peabody, jr. A. B. Holmes David Coats, jr. 



Ensigns 
Win. W. Rodman 
Joseph Packer 
Luke Wheeler 
Parly Phillips 
Gilbert Palmer 
Joseph Noyes 
Henry Xirant 
Isaac Denison 



Eighteenth Regiment. 
Formed from Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Griswoid, 
Lisbon, Lebanon, and Preston. 

Stephen B. Allyn, Colonel 

James Clarke, jr. Lieutenant Colonel 

Paul Harvey, Major 

Nathaniel Gilbert, Adjutant 

Peter G. Clark, Chaplain , 

William L'Hommedieu, Quarter Master 

Silas Champion, Paymaster 

William P Eaton, Surgeon 

Horace Waldo, Surgeon's Mate 

Bucklin Malthewson, Sergeant Major 

Thomas Hutchens, Quarter Master Sergeant 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Asa Roath E, H. Mansfield B. L'Hommedieu 

Samuel Button J- A. Yerrington H K. Herritt 

Chester Lamb B. H. Buell John Brown 

James Bailey Uriah Ladd Oliver Johnson 

H. C. Boardman Septimus Lathrop JohnBoardman 

Iteuben Bishop Alanson Fuller Elisha Warren 

Joseph Harvey Park Avery Cvrus Palmer 

Henry Bailey Wm. L. Crocker 



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Flank Companiet 
Eph. Pitcher Burrel Lalhrop Eliphaz Hart 

Joseph Tildep, Timothy Loorals Wm. Huntington 

Twentieth Regiment. * 
Formed from Chatham, Colchester, East-Haddam, (ex- 
cepting tbe society of Millin^ton) Hebron, Marlborough, 
and that part of Haddam which lies on the east side cs 
Connecticut River 

Jeremiah Taylor, Colonel 

Guy Bigelow, Lieutenant Colonel 

4fe Pierce IDarrow, Major 

Ralph Post Adjutant 

David B. Ripley, Chaplain 

Henry R Sage, Quarter Master 

Gilbert Burrows, Paymaster 

Ezekie! W. Parsons, Surgeon 

Guy Foote, burgeon's Mate 
[No return of company officers.] 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteeth, and twenty 
third regiments. 

Amariah Kibbee, jr. esq. Brigadier General 

John VV. Salter, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Ebenezer Clark, Aid de-Camp 

Thomas Gray, Brigade Quarter Master 

Fifth Regiment. v 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, Brook- 
lyn, Piainfield, Sterling, and the south society in KiU 
lingly. 

Andrew T. Judson, Colonel 

Asahel Hammond, Lieutenant Colonel 

Frastus Lester, Major 

Jabez Baswell, Adjutant 



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George S, White, Chaplain 

Eliashib T. Backus, Quarter Master 

Uriel Fuller, Paymaster 

Wm. A Brewster, Surgeon 

Morey Burgess, Surgeon's Mate 



Captains 
Royal Jennings 
Chauncey Bacon 
Joseph Primer 
Daniel Tracy 

James Abbot 
Ephraim Cole 
Harry Wood 

S. S. Moselr 
N. Ensworth 



Lieutenants 
Waterman Clark 
George Kenyon 
David Pierce 
E. P Smith 

[Not returned] 
Lyman Foster 
John A. Gallup 
Harris Arnold 
Flank Companies 
Hez Hammond 
Festus Hyde- 



Ensigns 
Justin Swift 
Harvey Philips 
E. Scarborough 
Hez. Baker 



David Burnet 
I. Tuckerma 
J. S, Stranahahi 



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David Spencer, jr. 
Ebenezer Sanger 



Eleventh Regiment 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thompson, 

and Kiliingly, excepting the south society. 

Solomon Sikes, Colonel 

William Alexander, Lieutenant Colonel 

Calvin Day, Major 

Asa May, Adjutant 

Rosweli Whitmore, Chaplain 

Samuel H. Lyon, Quarter Master 

Abiel May. Paymaster 

Daniel Lyman, Surgeon 

Beajamin Hubbard, Surgeon's Mate 



Capiuins 
Peter Hall 
Vacant 
Charles Buck 
Zebedee Mitchell 
Luther Rawson 
L&throp Clark 
Nathl. Newell 
Silas Joslin 



Lieutenants 
G. Trov, bridge 
George Bovven 
A sa Alexander 
Edward Chase 
Nath'l.. Tones 



JEnsiqm 
G. H. Perm 

Asa Lyman 
Dan Cutler 
Animas VV'arreo, 
Natfaauiel Child 



Laban Underwood B Chamberlain 
Samuel C<>rbin Eliiah Skinner 
Ransom Simmons Jacob Tourtelott 



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Grenadier Company 
Wm. Chamberlain Vacant Nehemiah Fox 

Flank Companies 
James Day David Day Willard Russet 

G. S. Ingalls Robert D. Sharp John B. Adams 



Nineteenth Regiment. 
Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Ellington, Stafford, £o» 
mers and Vernon* 

Jabez King, Colonel 

John Kingsbury, Lieut. Colonel 

John A. Hall, Major 

Peter Reynolds, Adjutant 

William L. Strong, Chaplain 

Seth King, Quarter Master 

Billings Grant, Paymaster 

Horatio A. Hamilton, Surgeon 

John Grant, Surgeou's Mate 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Horace Metcalf Harvey Terry J. A Bush 

Jeremiah Barker Waite Cobb A. Chapman, jr. 

Eli Hyde Solva Converse' Alfred Thresher 

Oliver Collins Horatio Kibbee Reuben Pease, ji% 

Calvin Kibbee Silas Kibbee Levi Phelps 

Ebenezer Smith Oliver W. Steele John McKinstry 

Oliver H. King Curtis Crane Oliver Hunt 

Joseph Johnson Natha?i Bartlett G. Wood worth 

• Flank Companies 

John King Robert M. Abbe Francis Pease 

Rufus Leonard David Eecher Seth Washburn 

Eliakim Faulk Ichabod Grigg Seth D. Steele 



Twenty-third Regiment. 
Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coventry, 
Bolton and Willington. 

Daniel F Hibbard, Colonel 
James White, Lieutenant Colonel 



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Chester Daggett, Major 
Royal Storre, jr. Adjutant 
Moses C. Weleh, Chaplain 
Clark Grant, Quarter Master 
Alanson Little, Paymaster 
Silas Fuller, Surgeeq 
Orrin Hunt, Surgeop's Mate 
Captains Lieutenants Fnngns 

-D. J Robertson John Bose Wm Porter 

Simeon ^llen S, Barrows. jr. Thomfts Hough 

George Little Asa Loomis Holder Lsouiis 

S, Skinner E Strong, jr Vacant 

Philip Potter John A lb ray Joshua H. Niles 

Vacant Josiah Brown Eieazer Loomis 

Elias Scarborough Armin Belles Isaac Pratt 

Abijah Brooks Eieazer Wtiiton David F White 

Flank Companies 
Amos Bugbee Nathan Preston Barack Smith 

C, Thompson Alva rlovey Jesse Spaftbrd 



Second Rsgitnent of Cavalry, 

Annexed to the fifth brigade of Infantry. 

Roger Bniley, Colonel 

Andrew Wells, Major 

Jacob M. C. Loom is. Adjutant 

Phiio Judson, Chaplain 
Martin Kurburt, Quarter Master 
George P. Gardner, Paymaster 

Luther Manning, Surgeon 
Samuel Lyman ; Surgeon's Mate 
First Troop Third Troop 

John C. Howard, captain E'am Loomis, captain 
Elisha Fulton, 1st Heut. Jacob M Loomis, 1st Heat, 

D. M. Durkee, 2d iieut. Austin Tut tie, 2d Iieut. 
Jonathan Guiley, cornet Gurdon Bailey, cornet 

Second Troop Fourth Troop 

Fcstus Balc.v.in, captain Jacob Dresser, jr. captain. 
Walter Williams, 1st iieut. Nathan \VHliam9, 1st Iieut. 
Samuel H'mckty, 2d Iieut. Abiel Fox, 2d Iieut. 
John Carver, cornet WiHiara Williams, cornet 



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THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth brigades* 

"Russel C. Abcrnethy, esq Major General 

Major James Butler ) Mdn-deCamp. 

Major Nathaniel B. Smith, S r 

Colonel William C. Sterling, Division Inspector 

^lajor F. A. Sterling, Division Quarter Master 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth, and twenty«fourtls 
regiments. 

Gershom Burr, Brigadier General 

Henry Burr, Brigade Inspector 

Sylvanus Sterling, Aid-de Camp 

Henry Sherwood, Brigade Quarter Master 

Fourth Regiment. 
Formed fram Fairfield, Stratford, Trumbull, and Hunt- 
ington. 

Eli L. Hawley, Colonel 

Daniel Gould, Lieutenant Colonel 

Robert Knapp, Major 

Roswell Lewis, Adjutant 

Ashbel Baldwin, Chaplain 

Alanson F. Lewig, Quarter Master 

Asa B. Beard slee, Paymaster 

William B. Nash, Surgeon. 
Jesup Alvord, Surgeon's Mate 
John M. Thompson, Sergeant Major 
William Mills, Quarter Master Sergeant 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Vacant Azor Osborn Fi. Jenniugs 

Vacant Samuel C. Peck Da\id Gorhara 

Burr Meeker S. T. Morehouse Burr Jennings 

Matthew Curtiss John Standish Robert Wilson 

Vacant Peter Win ton Elbert Banks 

James Wheeler So imon Curtiss Stephen Weils 

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Samuel Thompson Roswell Hyde L. Sheltoa 
William Richards Lynson Bostwick Rufus Wellfr 

Flank Companies 
Inderal BrimsmadeSimeon French David WaylantI 
Tacanl Vacant Vacant 



Ninth Regiment. 
Formed from Norwalk, Stamford, and Greemmk 

Nathaniel Knapp, Colonel 

Hobby Bell, Lieutenant Colonel 

Asa Benedict, Major 

Alvan Mead, Adjutant 

Isaac Lewis, d. d Chaplain 

William Smith, Quarter Master 

Theodore Davenport, Paymaster 

Darius Mead, Surgeon 



Captains Lieutenants 

Horace Waterbury Luther Knapp 
Fred. Lock wood A. P. Bailey 



Vacant 

Samuel GJorham 
Jonas Howe 
E. W. Walmsley 
Benj. Smith, jr. 
Isaac Jones 

W. M. £mith 
Samuel Close 



John Knapp 
Daniel Murray 
Benj. W. Lyon 
S. S Raymond 
Jacob Dayton, jr. 
A. Weed jr. 
Flank Companies 
J. B. Waterbury John Lowdon 
Allen Hobby Silas H. Mead 



Ensigns 
Wm. W. Holly 
Samuel Ferris, jr* 
Vacant 

Chas. Hurlbutt 
Thomas A. Mead 
Lewis Bouton 
Gilbert Close 
Samuel Hoyt, 34 



Fifteenth Regiment. 
Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof as 
5s included in the society of Ridgebury) Newtown, New- 
Miiford, (excepting such part thereof as lies within the so- 
eiety of New-Preston) Brookfield, New-Fairfield, and 
Sherman. 

Noah S. Barnum, Colonel 

John L. Andrews, Lieutenant Colonel 

Levi Hubbell, Major 

3«th Andrews, Adjutant 



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David Buihans, Chaplain 

Thomas Blaekman, Q nut tor Master 

Edward Taylor, Paymaster 

Russel Botsfoid, Surgoou 

Captains lieutenant* Ensigns 

Oliver Andrews 



L. C Elwell 



S. Husted 



tierardus Roberts Lyman Uyne 
Oliver Northrop Philo Baldwin 



Lemuel Beebe T. A. Benedict 

Jesse Scudder Vacant 

Vacant Aramond Dibble 

Francis Durgey Wm. Marvin 

Levi Morris Castle Belts 

Flank Companies 

Reuben Blackman James T. Wbeeler Squire Dibble 

A. H. Stewart Lyman Stewart Wm, Noithrop 



Stephen Wells 
Reman Fail child 
Asel Bee be 
Darius lioyt 
Asher B;,bbett 
K. G. Northrop 
Almon Smith 



Tzven ty-fourth Regiment. 
Formed from "Redding, Ridgt-fieid, including the whote 
society of Ridgebury, Weston Wilton, and New-Canaaa. 

Joseph Hawley, jr. Colonel 

Phineas Chapman. Lieutenant Colonel 

Nehemtah Keeler, Major 

Aaron Hawley, Adjutant 

Vacant, Chaplain 

Jared Olmsted, Quarter Master 

Abiel K. BoUford, Paymaster 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns, 

Walter Dauchy Hezekiah Scott Henry Smith 

Ira Betts Joseph Be Idea Aaron Olmsted 

Vacant Wm. Meeker Edward Couch 

Samuel Selleck Alfred Seeley Alfred Raymond 

Albert Lockwood Ebenezer Noyes Isaac Downs 

Vacant Clark Benedict Daniel Lynes 

Bradford Win ton Alfred Burr Edward Todd 

Lemuel Adams SturgesFanton Piatt Barnuxa 

Flank Companies. 

Czar Jones Eben. Hawley, jr. Chapman Lee 

David Lockwood Samuel Hoyt Uufus .Sr. John 

Eli Adams Kat. Silliman 13, Treadwell 



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SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth, and twenty- 
first regiments 

Morris Woodruff, esq. Brigadier General 

Royal R. Hinman, Brigade Major and Inspector 

William S. Holiobird, Aid de-Camp 

Garrit P. Welch, Brigade Quarter Master 

Twelfth Regiment. 

Formed from Southbury, Middlebury, Watertown, 
Woodbury, Bethlem, Roxbury, Washington, and so much 
of the towns of New Milford and Keut, as lie within the 
so ciety of New-Preston 



Seymour Knapp, Colonel 

Chauncey Craft, Lieutenant Colonel 

Birdsey Beardsley, Major 

Samuel Jackson, Adjutant 

Bennet Tyler, Chaplain 

George Y. Cutler, Quarter Master 

Alanson Warren.. Paymaster 

Couant Catlin, Surgeon 

Harvey Downs, Sergeant Major 

Marcus DeForest, Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains 
Thomas Root 
Charles Hicock 
Asahel Stilson. 
John Partree 
Philo Clark 
Ebenezer Evitts 
Chauncey Hodge 
Erastus Smith 



Judson Blackman 
David Piatt 



Lieutenants 
Samuel Sherman 
Lyman Stiles 
Abner Strong 
Isaac B Castle 
Jedediah Lemmon 
Samuel Averell 
S. Fairchild 
Garry Bronson 



Ensigns 
B. H Andrews 
Joseph Wheeler 
Norman Monson 
E. S. Woodruff 
Gideon Hollister 
Erastus Reynolds 
Ziba Fairchild 
Jared Bronson 



Flank Companies 
It. H. Hotchkiss Henry Judson 
Titus Pierce Sheldoa Pierce 



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Thirteenth Regiment. 
Formed from Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon/ Cornwall, and 
Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the socie- 
ty of New- Preston. 

John H. Fierce, Colonel 
Amos Hunt, Lieutenant Colonel 
Stephen Bonney, Major 
[No return of Staff officers.] 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Wm. Pierce John F&ham Charles Lewis 

Barnaba8 Hatch John H. Fuller Hiram Converse 
Wm. Taylor Anson Poland Simeon Lyman 

Daniel Brewster 
E. B Mallory 
Asahel Beebe 
Jared J Harrison 
Benjamin Goft 
Flank Companies. 
Isaac Mix 

James Wadsworth Seth Pierce, jr. 
Chauncey Reed Eliphalet Buel 



John Russell, jr. 
3oel Cat! in 
Charles Burrall 
Walter Johnston 
Erastus Lord 

SerenoB.Giliet 
Nathan Hart 
Samuel B. Davis 



Richard Vosburgh 
Benjamin (Ratlin. 
Stephen Yale 
AmasaGrenold 
Gamaliel Kverett 

Matthew White, jr. 



Sixteenth Regiment. 

Formed fron Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, Harwinton, 

PI3 mouth and Warren. 

Uriel Tuttle, Colonel 

Jeremiah Holt, Lieutenant Colonel 

Dan Carter, Major 

Gay \i Sanford, Adjutant 

Lyman Beecher Chaplain 

Homer Collins, Quarter Master 

Charles Woodward, Paymaster 

Samuel Buel, Surgeon 
Erastus L. Hart, Surgeon's Mate 
Lewis Catlin jr. Sergeant Major 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

David Winship, jr. Andrew Buel Tracy Marsh 

Andrew Norton John Collins Levi Hiiis 

Luman Bancroft Sheldon Scovil Stanley Catlin 
Moses Drake, jr. Rodney Brace Luman Hi Kuaun 



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Samuel Wright Jona Wrrght Horace Smith 

Burr Goodwin W. H. Harrison Almon R. Roberts 
Peter M. Bissell G. Woodward Harry E. Coe 
Augustus Coleman Joseph A. Tanner Russel Carter 

Flank Companies. 
David Marsh E. W. Bolies J. Trowbridge 

A. Wadham, jr. Anson Stocking Tsraei Stoddard 
Miles Smith Leavitt Darrow Levi Marsh 



Twenty -first Regiment. 
Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Barkhamsted, Hart- 
land, Winchester, New-Kartford, together with that part 
©f Canton which formerly belonged to New- Hartford. 
Jasper Bidwell, Colonel 
Israel Williams, Lieutenarct Colonel 
William Goodwin, Major 

James Beach, Chaplain 
Abraham Griffin, Quarter Master 
Horace J. Humphrey, Paymaster 
Luman Wakefield, Surgeon 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

G. Henderson Absalom Wells Haivey Watson 

Bethuel Bemont Thomas Sugder A. L- Hymphrey 
Vacant 
Abiel Case 
Hiram Gaylord 
Abiel Beach 
Erastus Seymour 
Elisha Smith 
Flank Companies 
Heery Porter Hez. Wakefield 

Pitts Goodwin Abraham Spenser 



Fisk Beach 
Drayton Jones 
A. P. Peas 
Ira Beach 
Alpha Simmons 
Josiah Smith, jr. 

Luther Phelps 
Eiisha Case 



Vacant 
Nathan Tibbets 
Freeman Merritt 
N. Stephen's, jr. 
Isaac J. Newton 
Loveman Osbora 



Fourth Regimerit of Cavalry, 
Annexed to the sixth brigade of Infantry 

Samuel Canfield, Colonel 

John McMahon, Major. 

B!i My—U, Adjutant 

Andrew fcaiott, Chaplain, 



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WHliatn C. Cogswell, Quarter Master 
Samuel Brown, Paymaster 
Warren U Fowler, Surgeon 
Jehiel Williams, Surgeon's Mate 
First Troop Third Troop 

Tertius D. Potter, captain Loring Bartlett, captain 
Preston Downs, 1st lieut. Elias H. Jerfey, 1st lieut. 
Gideon Martin, 2d lieut. Vacant, 2d lieut. 

John O. Camp, cornet Vacant, cornet 

Second Troop Fourth Troop. 

Isaac H« Seeley, captain Hawley Morehouse, capt. 
Elias S. Sanfoid, 1st lieut. Orrin Ben net, 1st lieut. 
George Benedict, 2d lieut. S. II. Cushman, 2d lieut. 
Silas Camp, cornet John G. Nobles, cornet 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY, 

Consists of two regiments of Light Artilleryi each regi- 
ment of three battallions, and each battallion of four com* 
panies ; and three regiments of Horse Artillery, each reg- 
iment consisting of two battallions, and each battallion of 
■two companies. 

Nathan Johnson Esq. Brigadier General 
Daniel Colt Brigade Major and Inspector 
Amherst D. Scovill Brigade Quarter Master 
John Olmsted Aid-de Camp. 

HORSE ARTILLERY. 

First Regiment. 
Vacant, Colonel 
Thaddeus Harrison, Lieutenant Colonel 
Russell Hall, do. 
David U. Baldwin, Major 
Julius Maltby, adjutant. Alexander Harrison, quarter 
master. George Rirtland, paymaster. Constant Kirlland, 
sergeant major. Elizur Harrison, uuarter master ser- 
geant. Jonathan Knight, surgeoa* 



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First Company 
Philo Harrison, captain 
David Leek, lstlieut. 
Isaac Stiles, 2d do. 
Noah Fowler, 3d do. 
T. Bartholomew, 4th do. 
EMakiro Linsley, eornet 

Second Company 
Vacant, captain 
Chas. A. Stanley, 1st lieut. 
Thomas Hubbard, 2d do. 
Thaddeus Cook, 3d do. 
John Fields, jr. 4th do. 
Wktrous Ives, eornet 



Third Company 
Vacant, captain 
Enoch W. Piatt, 1st lieu*. 
Leveret Treat, 2d do 
Newton Baldwin, 3d do. 
Bleazer Hotchkiss, 4th da. 
Leveret Carrington, cornet 

Fourth Company 
William Graves, captain 
George Clark, 1st lieut. 
B J. Moss, 2d do. 
Vacant, 3d do. 
Vacant, 4th do. 
John Harris, cornet 



Second Regiment, 
George Kinney, Colonel 
Julius Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel 
Henry Hazen, Major 
©liver Hewit, adjutant. Charles Kinney, quarter mas- 
t'er David Austin, chaplain. Nathaniel S. Perkins, sur- 
geon. Thomas Huntington, surgeen's mate. John Kinney, 
paymaster. Charles Dyer, sergeant major. Russel VViL* 
Items, quarter master sergeant 



First Company 
Vacant, captain 
Bela Robbins. 1st lieut. 
Charles Atwood, 2d do. 
Oliver Warren, jr, 3d do. 
Clark Ransom, 4th do. 
Joseph Otis, eornet. 

Second Company. 
Vacant, captain 
Vacant, 1st. lieut. 
Thomas Thomas, 2d do. 



Vacant, 3d do. 

Wcant, 4th do. 

Vacant, cornet 

Third Company. 
Stanton Hewitt, captain 
Warren Williams, 1st lieoii 
Daniel Wheeler, 2d do. 
D. D. Williams, 3d d«, 
Ellas Brown, 4th do. 
Vacant, cornet 






Third Regiment. 

Abel Hall, Colonel 

Jeseph W. Gorham, Lieutenant Colonel 

Garrit II, Newkirk, Major 



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First Company. 
Joseph W heeler, jr.eaptaia 
George Shelton, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Sherman, 2d do. 
Samuel C Cuitiss, 3d do. 
Elisha Sherman, 4th do. 
Youngs Nichols, cornet 

Second Company 
Vaeant, captain 
E. L Silliman, 1st lieut. 
Rums Bell, 2d lieut. 
Joseph Fitch, 3d do. 
Anson B. Pennoyer, 4th do. 
Janes Stott, cornet 



Third Company 
Hez. S Bradley, captaifi 
Wm Sanford,jr. 1st lieu{,' 
Samuel S' Gray, 2d do. 
David Hill, jr. 3d do* 
Daniel Burr, 4th do. 
Joel Gray, 2d, cornet. 

Fourth Company 
Conklin Hustedjfcaptaisi 
,Vm. Young, 1st lieut. 
Ohas. Kendricky 2d do. 
Israel If. Wood, 8d <ki. 
Earl Smith, 4th do. 
John C. Sanford, cornet 



LIGHT ARTILLERY, 



FIRST REGIMENT. 
Formed from New- London, Norwich, Lyme, Oanbury% 
Stratford, Novwaik, New-Haven, Say brook, Haddam, Gri%» 
wold, Kiliugworth, and Derby. 

A maziah Bray Colonel 
William Bull Lieut. Colonel 
Henry Dennis first Major 
John L- Tomlinson 2d do. 
Giles Blague, Jr. Adjutant- Wm. H. Lynde, Quarter 
Master. Hart Talcott, Chaplain. Thomas C. Ward Pay- 
master. Sylvester Buckley, Surgeon. 



First Company 
Wm. H. CJark, captain 
Elijah F. Dutton, 1st Lieufc 
Joseph Jackson 2d do. 

Second Company 
Avery Bromley, captain 
Abijah Thatcher, 1st lieut. 
STath. Herrick 2d do. 

Third Company 
Rodney Comstock, captain 
Jeo. H. Chadwick 1st lieut. 
Asahel Rowland 2d do. 



Fourth Campany 
Benj Ambler, captain. 
Ira Gregory 1st lieut. 
Salmon Lyon 2d do. 

Fifth Company 
John Fayerweather, eaptaift 
Stephen Hawly, 1st lieut. 
Charles Foot, 2d do. 

Sixth Company 
Joseph Keeler, captain 
Horace A. Gibbs, 1st lieut, 
Samuel B, Skidiaaore 2d do* 



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Seventh Company 
Philo Blake, captain 
•C Hcquemberg. 1st lieut. 
Caleb Mix, 2d do. 
Egbert D. Peck, 3d do. 
A. U. Maltby, 4th do. 

Eighth Company 
StepheiiChalker, captain 
Alfred Worthington 1st It. 
Whittlesey Pratt, 2d do. 

JVinth Company 
Samuel Kelsey caplain 
Dudley Chark 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d <lo- 



Tenth Company 
Charles Coit, captain 
Hezekiah Pren«ice, 1st It* 
Moses F. Elliott 2d do. 
Eleventh Company 
Eli A. Geer, captain 
Nat, Wright, 1st lieut. 
Phillip Hill, 2d do. 

Twelfth Company 
Silas Newcomb, captaia 
William Lum, 1st lieut 
Josiah S Washburn, 2d do. 



Second Regiment. 

Formed from Brooklyn, Tolland, East- Hartford, Pom- 
fret, Killingly, Sharon, Windham, Hebron, Bristol, Hart- 
ford, Washington, Simsbary, Canton, Winchester and 
Baikhamsted. 

Giles Olmsted, Colonel 

Thomas Botsford, Lieutenant Colonel 

Decius Humphrey, 1st Major 

Aaron F. Olmsted, 2d Major 

Benjamin C. Burditt, adjutant. Joy H. Fairchild, chap- 
lain. David C» Bowles, quartermaster. George C. Skin- 
ner, pay-master. Chester Hunt, Surgeon. Philemon 
Jones, surgeon's mate. IVm. Marther, Jr. sergeant-major. 



First Company 
Samuel Cady, captain 
Will ; am Foster, 1st lieut. 
Sam'l. P* Foster, 2d do. 

Second Company 
Vacant, captain 
Hazard Hull, 1st lieut. 
Prosper Cary, 2d do. 

Third Company 
Vaoant, captain 
do. 1st lietot. 
Solomon Olmsted, 24 4o, * 



Fourth Company 
Josiah Dean, captain 
tfratun Whitraore, 1st lieUC. 
Barnia Cardell, 2d do. 
Fijth Company 
George Spafford, captaia 
James Smith, 1st Ueut. 
Vacant, 2d do. 

Sixth Company 
Vacant, captain 
John Porter, 1st Heat* 
Yaeftutf 2d do. 



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Seventh Company 
Daniel Woodruff, captain 
Richard Peck, 1st lieut. 
Chauncey Ives, 2d do. 

Eighth Company 
Jabez Ripley, captain 
Horace Goodwin, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Church, 2d do. 

Ni?ith Company 
Amass Lathrop, captain 
William Odell. 1st lieut. 
Welcome Geer, 2d do. 



Tenth Company 
Aurora Case, captain 
Vacant, 1st lieut. 
Elibhs Sugden, 2d do. 

Eleventh Company 
A Ivin Sq-ure=, captain 
itichard Lee, 1st. lieut. 
Vacant 2d do. 

Twelfth Company 
Ira Sherman, captain 
Henry Chaineld, 1st lieut. 
cSamuel YY'oster, 2d do. 



BRIGADE OF RIFLEMEN, 

Enos H. Buell Ef.q. brigadier General. 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Samuel C. Morgan, \id-de-Camp. 
Samuel S. Camp, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

First Regiment. 

Elkanah C. Eaton, Colonel 

Vacant, Lieutenant Colonel 

Peter Grosvenor, Major 

John Paine, adjutant. Francis L Robbins, quarter-mas* 
m\ Thomas C. Board man, pay-master. Simeon LJuige, 

urgeon. William P. Eaton, surgeon's mate. — , 

ergeant major. John Crosby, quarter-master-serge&nt. 

lieutenants Ensigns 

John S. Peters R. Chamberlain 
Hezekiah French Eb. M. Johnson 
Oliver Wells 
hn Ensworth, jr. Lyman Talcot'c 
eded iah Post Vacant 

Edward Lewis 



Capiains 
^ecrge Kansom 
ioseph Hutchins 
^uther Parsons 



Vastus Strong 
aeorge Ayer 
oseph P. Barret 
ames Tyler 



Levi Wells 
H. Kingsbury 
Vacant 

Russel Penfield 
Rufus Williamsjr. Prentis P. Smith 
Ralph James John Richmond 

Erastus Tu«ker Elisha Tyler 



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Second Regiment* 

Lemuel G. Storrs, Colonel. 

Vacant, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Elisha A. Cowles, Major. 
iSdwin Gaylord* Adjutant. Leonard Goodwin, quarter- 
toaaster. Elihu S. Curtiss, pay-master. Elisha Cushman, 
Chaplain. Isaac J Hough, surgeon, John Sitsworth, sur- 
geon's mate. Richard 8. Williams, sergeant-major. Jo- 
seph C. Johnson, quarter master-sergeant 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Luke C. Lyman John C. Pr^tt John D. Johnson 

Walter Booth Matthew Foster Levi Yale 

Alpheus Clark Enoch Burwell Samuel Potter 
Samuel Buell, 4d Jacob Hubbard James Winship 
Levi Edwards Albert Edwards Vacant 

Joseph Wheeler Benj. C. Burdett George W. Bolls 
Vacant Josiah Jones Ziua Jones 

Abel S. Bawley Amariah Beers Villeroy Glover 

Davis Si Strong Morris Bailey flayden 

Parsons Coe Ozias Camp, 2d William Smith. 



JUDGE ADVO€ATES. 

Isaac Tousey/esq. for Hartford County. 
Leonard E *Vales, esq for New Haven County. 
Henry Strong, esq. for New London County- 
Ebenezer Seeley, jr. esq. for Fairfield County. 
Simon Davis, jr, esq for Windham County 
Jabez W. Huntington, esq for Litchfield County. 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. esq. for Middlesex County. 
Elijah Stearics, esq. for Tolland County. 



Aggregate number of Militia in Connecticut* 

General Staff", 2t 

Infantry, Light Infantry & Riflemen, 18H2 

Cavalry, 1040 

Artillery, 222T 

Total, 22,000 



126 
TURNPIKE ROADS. 



Names of Turnpike Roads and Commissioners* 

Boston — incorporated Oct. 1797 

David Keyes, Heman Storrs 

Bridgeport & Newtown— Oct. 1801 

Beonet Perry, Noah A. Lacy 

Canaan a Salisbury— Oct. 180! 

Thomas N, Smith, Benajah Douglass 

Chatham and Marlborough — Oct. 1809 

Timothy Wotul bridge, Harwell Coit 

Cheshire— Oct 179 d & V1 ay |800 
Lemuel Whitman, Charles H Pond 

Chester and North- KWmgworih 

Moses Warren, rVbenezer Brockway 

Colchester and Chatham— Oct. 1808 

Timothy VVoodbridge, Daniel Burr 

Colchester and Norwich— Oct. 1805 

Timothy VVoodbridge, Christopher Griffing 

Columbia— Oct. 1 808 

Daniel Burrows, David Norton 

Connecticut— OcU 1805 

Simeon H. Minor, Jeremiah Sturgess 

Connecticut and Rhode- Island — May IfcOS 

Benjamin Coit, Farweli Coit 

Cornwall and Warren 

Martm Strong, Joshua Lovell 

Cornwall and Washington— Oct \W$ 

John Tallmadge, Timothy Collins 

Banbury and Ridgefield — May, 180i 

William Cook, Samuel H. Philips 

Durham and East Guilford — May 181 1 

Klisha Coe, Joshua Stow 

Hartford and Tollatid— Oct. 1801 

Klijah House, AshbeJ Chapman. 

Tarmingtpn Rive) — May 1800 

James Humphreys, Michael F. Mills 

Fairfield, Redding and Weston 



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Fhiftcas- Taylor, John Hull 
Goshen and Sharon— May 180,3 
Samuel Roberts, Joshua Loyel 

Granby— Oct. 1800 

John Hempsted, John Caldwell 

Greenwoods — Oct. 1798 

Benajah Douglass, Michael F. Mills 

Groion and Stonington 

Nicoll Fosdick, Benjamin Coil 

Haddam and Durham 

Joshua Stow, Henry Lyman 

Hartford and JSiewHaven— 'Oct. 1798 

Jonathan E. Porter, John Hempstead 

Hartford and New- London— Out. 1800 

John Lathrop, Nicoll Fosdick 

Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New London Counties 

Oct. 1798 

Elias Brown, Elijah House 

Uartland— May 1806 

Aaron Austin, Horace Higley 

Uelron and Middle Haddam— May 1802 

David Norton, Daniel Barrows 

Housatonnic — May 1798 

Aaron Hitchcock, Garry Bacon 

Killing-worth and Haddam — Oct. 1813 

Benjamin Trumbull, Amaziah Bn»y 

Canaan and Litchfield — May 1799 

l^enajah Douglass, Michael F. Mills 

Litchfield and Cornwall 

Samuel Seymour, John Phelps 

Litchfield and tfarwinton—Qct 1798 

Calvin Butler, Theodore Pettibone 

Litchfield and New Milford— Oct 1797 

John Phelps, Warren R, Fowler 

Middle— Oct 1803 
Nathaniel Perry, Nathan Preston 

Middlesex— May 1802 

Justin Lyman, John Hempstead 

Middletown and Berlin— May 1808 

John Caldwell, John Hempstead 

Middlctown mid Durfiam~~Oet, 1815 

Charles H. Fond, Joshua Stow 



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Middletoim and Meriden— Oct. 180& 

John Caldwell, John Hempstead 

Mohegan 

George Williams, Christopher Manwarring 

J\/'ew»Haven and D%rhy— May 1798 

Charles H. Pond, Jonathan E. Porter 

JSew' Haven and Milford— May 1802 

Jenathsn E. Porter, Charles H. Pond 

JS/eivLondon and Lyme — May 1807 
James Mitchell, Christopher Griffing 
Neiv London and Windham Counties 
Farwell Coit, Alexander Stewart, jr 

New Milferd and Sherman 
Orange Merwin, Daniel A. Picket 

J\tew- Preston— May 1802 

Warren R. Fowler, John Phelps 

Norwalk and Danbury— Oct. 1795 

Billy Comstock, Zalmon Wildman 

J\orwich and Woodstock—May 1801 

David Hyde, Joshaa Smith 

Oxford 

Nathaniel Perry, Gideon Judson* 

Petiipaug and Guilford 

Moses Warren, Calvin Selden. 

Rimmon Fulls — May 1802 

John Moseley, CharlesH. Pond 

Sharon and Corn-wall — May 1809 

Olivet Kellogg, Mkhael F Mills 

Stafford Mineral Spring— Oct 1803 

Lemuel White, Ashbel Chapman 

Still River 

Aaron Austin, Michael F. Mills 

Southington and Water bury— Oct. 1812 

John Kingsbury, John Mix 

Straits— Oct. 1797 

Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff 

Talcott Mountain— May 179/8 

Frederick Humphreys, John Hempstead 

Thompson— Oct, 1803 

Ezra Hutchins, John Lathrop 

Tolland County— May 1809 

EliphaM Young, Jake? J** Whit© 



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Torrington — May 1800 
Samuel Woodward, Samuel Seymour 

Washington— Oct . 1803 

Warren ft fowler, Nathan Preston 

Windham and Coventry 

• Joshua .^miih, Elijah Rouse 

Windham and JUanejield— -May 1800 

Henry Webb, Joshua Smith 

Woodstock and Somers— Oct. 1808 

EliphaletYoung, Jabez L. White 

Woodstock and Thompson — Oct. 1 803 

Jason Woodward, Theophilus B. Chandler, 



FERRIES. 

JVLiddletoivn Ferry 
Ebenezer Sage, Henry L« Oe Kovea 

Sat/brook Ferry 
^vieoll Fosdick, James Mitchell, iNoyes Barber 



BRIDGES. 

Niantic Bridge 

Kicoll Fosdick, Christopher Man warring 

Union Company 

Epaph. Champfon, lioger Whittlesey, Laba» Smitia 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 

Hartford County. 

Andrew Kingsbury, President 

NOrmand Knox, \*t Vice-President 

John Uaas, 'Id Vice President 

Llenry L. Ellsworth, Corresponding Secretary 

Henry Seymour, Recording Secretary 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer 

Michael Olcoit, Jiudhor 

Heury Seymour, Secdman 



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New-Haven County. * 

Leman Stone, President 

Simeon Baldwin, Andrew Hall, jr. Vice-President* 

Burrage Beach, Recording Secretary 

H. C. Flagg, •Assistant do. 

Nathaniel Bacon, Treasurer 

fsaac Goodsell, Corresponding Secretary 

gam uel Newton, Assistant do. 

Leman Stone, Seedsman 

JYVe,'- London County, 

Elias Perkins, President, 

Vice-Presidents. 

Dwight Ripley, Ralph Hurlbut, Paul Babcock, Asa Fitch, 

John R. Watrous 

Lodowick Fosdick, Recording Secretary. 

Thomas S. Perkins, Corresponding Secretary 

Luther Spaulding, Treasurer 

Kpaphras Porter, Auditor 

Samuel Chany, Epaphras Porter, Seedsmen 

Windham County. 

Thomas Hubbard, President 

Parius Matthewson, \st Vice-President 

Amos Paine, Zd do. 

Samuel Howard, Treasurer 

James M'Clejlan, Secretary. 

Middlesex County. 
John L. Lewis, Mlddlelown, Secretary. 

Savings Bank, New-Haven. 

<ieorge Hoadley, esq. President 

Qb&diuh Houhkiss, Vice-President 

Joel Waiter, Secretary 

Lewis Hotclikiss, Treasurer 

JMunagers~-¥-*\i Whitney, Abraham Bishop, Wm. M(*?e- 

tey, Nathan Smiib, William Baldwin, Wm. M'Craskeir, 

Isl.au Gil beet* 

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* MANAGERS 

Of the Episcopal Missionary Society of the Urtiled 

States* 

Pennsylvania— llev'rs. Jackson Kemper, Geo. Boyd, 
Win. Augustus Muhlenburg. Messrs. Riehard North, 
C. N. Barker, Stephen North, John Repd, John CJaxton, 
Charles Wheeler, Israel Kinsman, Hugh DeHaven, jr. 
Richard S. Smith. 

South* Carolina — Rev. Charles E. Gadsden, d. p? 

North- Carolina — Rev. Gregory T. Bedell 

Virginia — Rev. Wm H. Wilmer, d. d. Wm. Meade, 
esq. Hon, Bushrod Washington. 

Maryland^- Rev. William B. Wyatt, d. d, Rev. J. K> 
Henshaw. 

Delaware— Rev. D. Hail. 

J\'ew> Jersey—' Rev. Abiel Carter. 

JVew TorA?— -Rev. James "Milnor, d.©. 

Connecticut — Rev. Nathaniel 8. Wheaton. 

•Massachusetts— Rev. Thomas Carlisle. 



"«* 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, 

At Hartford* on the second Tuesday of June 

At Litchfield, on the third Tuesday of June 

At Danbury, on the fourth Tuesday of June 

At New-Haven, on the Tuesday following the fourtk 

Tuesday of June 
At Middletown, on the second Tuesday of October 
At New London, on the third Tuesday of October 
At Brooklyn, on the fourth Tuesday of October 
At Tolland, on the Tuesday following the fourth Tues- 
day at October 



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SUPERIOR COURTS.* 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 

APRIL 

JULY 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 



DECEMBER 



At Brooklyn, first Tuesday 

" New-Haven, third do 

Norwich, third do 

At Litchfield, first do 

Hartford, second do 

At Tolland, third do 

At Haddam, last (a) do 

At New-Haven, second do 

Litchfield, third do 

At Hartford, first do 

Brooklyn, second do 
New-London, fourth do 

Dan bury, fourth do 

At Haddam, second do 

Fairfield, last do 

Tolland, fourth do 



COUNTY COURTS. 



FEBRUARY 


At Tolland, third 




Fairfield, last 


MARCH 


At Norwich, first 




New -Haven, third 




Brooklyn, third 




Haddam, third 




Litchfield, fourth 




Hartford, fourth 


APRIL 


At Fairfield, third 


JUNE 


At New- London, second 




New-Haven, fourth 


AUGUST 


At Hartford, second 




Brooklyn, third 


SEPTEMBER 


At Tolland, third 




Litchfield, fourth 




Middle town, fourth 


NOVEMBER 


At Banbury, third 




New-Haven, fourth 



Tuesday 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

m 



1 etc* 
loo 






At Hartford, 
Norwich, 
Brooklyn, 
Litehfield 


first 
first 
secwnd 
, secoad 


d*> 
do 
do 
do 



&ECEMBE% 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

pEBRTJARt District— New-Haven, 4fh Tuesday 

APRIL Circuit-^New. Haven, I9ih day 

MAY District—Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

AUGUST District— New-Haveo, 4th do. 

SEPTEMBER Circuit— Hartford. 17th day 

,/VO V EMBER District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 



TABLE OP FEES 

Heceived by the Courts of Probate, in pursuance 
of an act passed May, 1820. 

For granting administration §0 75 

— making out letters of administration 25 
•— administration bond 25 

— decree, limiting the lime for exhibiting the claims 

of creditors 50 

— receiving and probate of eaoh will 

— executor's bond 9 
*— receiving twid probate of each inventory, a com- 
mission at the rate of fifteen cents for each and 
every thousand dollars thereof 

— » setting cut household furniture to a widow 7> 

— stating and settling an administrator's or execu* 

tor's accounts 1 2 ; 

— order of distribution 7 
— ■ order for letting out d>wer S 

— order appointing; appraisers of an e&tate i 

— order cf notice to attend the appointment of com- 

missioners 5t 

— order appointing commissioners 50 
«r Cider for extending the time fop settling an estate &Q 



134 

- accepting and approving the report of commis- 

sioners 50 

- order to sell real or personal estate 50 

- order on an cxecntor or administrator to pay out 

of the estate, to creditors, in proportion lo their 
debts 1 00 

- accepting a return of sale of e«la!e . 50 
-allowing appeal, taking bond, and making oat judg- 
ment' 31 

- receiving and approving distribution 75 

- receiving and approving the return of getting out 

of dower. 50 

- order of notice, on application for the sale of real 

estate belonging to minors 50 

- order of sale of such estate 75 

- receiving and approving the returns of sale of real 

estate of minors 50 

- taking bond on granting order for the sale of such 

estate 50 

- appointment of a guardian 25 

- guardian bond 25 

- adjusting and settling advancements to children, on 

making an order of distribution, in case such ad- 
vancements are claimed to have been "made 1 60 

- hearing send adjusting the accounts of a guardian 

with his ward t$ 

- taking bonds from heirs to refund, if debts after- 

wards appear against the estate, for such bond £5 

-citation, when by law required, 50 

- hearing and judgment on retnrn of the same, 

when adverse parties appear, and a trial is bad 1 CO 
-judgment in case of no such appearance o» adverse 

parties 50 

-hearing an application for the appointment of per- 
sons to assist a guardian in making partition of 
minor's lands 75 

• an order making allowance for the support of a 
family during the settlemen: of an estate 50 

- hearing and allowing motion to receive the report 

of commissioners 59 

- making each and every record, at the rate of 



135 

twenty-five cents, for each page containing two hundred 
and eighty words. 

That for making each and every record, containing less 
than one half a page, twelve and a half cents may be re- 
ceived. Making each and every copy, when requested, 
the same sum as is herein provided for making records. „ 



GOVERNMENT OF THE 

JAMES MONROE, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Salary 25,000 dollars per annum. 

DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, 

VICE-PRESrDENT. 
Salary 5000 dollars. 



List of Members of the Senate, and House of Repre- 
sentatives of the IT. States, in the 16th Congress. 
SECOND SESSION. 



SENATORS. 



Maine* 
John Holmes 
John Chandler 

JVew • Hampshire, 
David L. Moiriil, 
J. F. Parrott, 

Massachusetts, 
Elijah IJp Mills, 
Harrison G. Oti9, 

Rhode- Island* 
William Hunter, 
James Uurrill, jr. 



Connecticut. 
Samuel W. Dana, 
James Lanman, 

Vermont, 
fsaac Tichenor, 
William A. Palmer* 
JVew' York i 
Nathan Sanford 
Kufus King 

Neiv- Jersey $ 
James J. Wilson 
Mahlon Dickerson 



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Pennsylvania^ 
Jonathan Roberts 
Walter Lowrie 

Delaware, 
Outterbridge Horsey 
Nicholas Vandyke 

Maryland, 
William Pinkney 
Edward Lloyd 

Virginia, 
James Barbour 
James Pleasants 

N*orlh-Carolina t 
Montford Stokes 
Nathaniel Macon 

South- Carolina, 
William Smith 
John Gaillard 

Georgia, 
Freeman Walker 
John Elliott 

Kentucky, 
Richard M. Johnson 
William Logan 



Tennessee, 
John H. Eaton 
John Williams 

Ohio. 
Benjamin Ruggles, 
William A. Trimble 

Louisiana, 
Henry Johnson 
James Brown 

Indiana, 
James Noble 
Waller Taylor 

Mississippi, 
David Holmes 
Thomas. H. Williams 

Illinois, 
Jesse B. Thomas 
Ninian Edwards 

Alabama, 
John W, Walker 
Wilftam R. King: 

Missouri, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

New -Hampshire — 6. 
Tosiah Butler, Clifton Claggett, Arthur LivetTnore, Na- 
thaniel Upham, Wm. Plumer,jr. Joseph Buffnm, jr. 
Massachusetts — 20. 
Benjamin Adams, Samuel C Allen, Joshua Cash man, 
Walter Folger, jr. Timothy Fuller, Enoch Lincoln, Mar- 
cus Morton, Jeremiah Nelson, Henry Shaw, Nathaniel 
Silsbee, Ezekiel Whitman, Mark L. Hill, Martin Kinsley, 
Jonas Kendall, Samuel Latbrop, James Parker, William 
Eustice, Benjamin Gorbam, Aaron Hobart, (one Vacant.) 
Vermont — 6. 
Samuel C. Crafts, Charles Rich, Mark Richards, Ezra 
M«ech, Wns* Strong, Rollin C. >Ialkry, 



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Rhode-Island — 2. 
Samtlel Eddy, Nathaniel Hazard. 

Connecticut — 7. 
Jonathan O. Moseley, Henry W. Edwards, Samuel A* 
Foot, Elisha Phelps, John Rubs, James Stevens, Gideoa 
Tomiinsou. 

New -York — 27. 
Henry R. Storrs, John W. Taylor, Caleb Tompkins, 
Feter H. Wendover, Nathaniel Alien, Caleb Baker, Wal- 
ter Case, Robert Clark, Jacob H. De Witt, John D. Dick- 
inson, John Fay, Wra. X>. Ford, Ezra C. Gross, Aaron 
Hackley, jr. George Hall, Joseph S. Lyman, Henry- 
Meigs, Robert Monet!, Harmanus Peck, Nathaniel Pitch- 
er, Jonatban Richmond, Randal R. Street, James Strong, 
Albert H. Tracy, Solomon Van Renselaer, Silaa Wood* 
James Guy on, jr. 

New-Jersey — 6. 
Epbraim Bateman, Joseph Bloomfield, John Linn, Hea$ 
ry Southard, Bernard Smith, Charles Kinsey. 
Pennsylvania— 23, 
Henry Baldwin, Andrew Boden, Wm. P. Maclay 3 Da- 
vid Marehand, Robert Moore, Samuel D, Moore, Job a 
JVIurray, Thomas Patterson, Thomas J. Rogers, Joha 
Sergeant. James M. Wallace, Wm. Darlington, George 
Deonison, Samuel Edwards, Thomas Forest, Samuel 
Gross, Joseph Hemphill, Jacob Hibshman, Robert Philson, 
Jacob Hostatter, M. St. C. Clark, Ludwig Worraan, Chris- 
tian Tarr, 

"Delaware — 2. 
Wm. Hall, Louis McLane 

Maryland — 9 
Thomas Bayly, Thomas Culbreth, Peter Little, Samuel 
JRmggoW, iramuel Smith, Stephenson Archer, Joseph 
Kent, Ralph Neale, Henry R Wai field. 
Virgin i a— 23. 
William Lee Ball, Philip P. Barbour, Wra. A. Burwelf, 
John Floyd, Robert S, Garnett, Wm. M'Coy, Charles F. 
Mercer, If" gh Nelson, Thomas Newton, James Pindall. 
Mallanl Smith, Alexander Smyth, Johu Tyler, Jtfark At- 



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rxander, James Jones, Severn E. P&rker, John Randolph, 
T W Van Swearingen, George Tucker, J*red Williams, 
Thomas L. Moore, William S Archer, JcUnC. G;ay, 
North Carolina — 1 3. 
William Davidson, Weldon N. Edwards, Charles Fish* 
er, Thomas H. Hall, Lemuel Sawyer, Thomas SetUe. Je»- 
seSIocumb, James S. Smith, Felix Walker, Levin Wil- 
fiams, H. G. Barton, John Culpepper, Charles Hooks. 
Sow t h * Ca rolina — 9 . 
Elias Earle, James Irwin, Wrn Lowadee, John M'grea- 
-y, Eldred Simpkms, Sterling Tucker, Joseph Brevard, 
lames Overstreet, Charles Pinckney. 
Georgia — 6. 
Joel Abbott, Thomas W. Cobb, Joe! Crawford, Robert 
B. Reed, Wm. TerriU, John A. Cuthbert. 
Kentucky — 10. 
R. C. Anderson, jr Henry Clay, George Robertson, Da- 
vid Trimble, Wm. Brown, J)«njar»io Hardin, Alney M* 
Lean, Thomas Metcalfe, S. °A Woodeson, (one vacant. ) 
Tennessce^6. 
Franeis Jones, John Rhea, Robert Allen, Henry fl, 
Bryan, Newton Cannon, John Cocke. 
Ohio— 6. 
Philemon Beecher, John W Campbell; Samuel fierriokj 
Henry Brush, Thomas Jfi Ross, John Sioane* 
Louisiana, 
Thomas Butler. 

Indiana. 
William Hendricks. 

Mississippi,' 
Christopher Rankm. 

Illinois, 
Daniel P. Cook, 

Alabama* 

John Croweil. 

Missouri Territory— John Scott* delegate 
Michigan Territory — Solomon Sibley. 
Arkansas— James W. Bkker* 



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BEPARTMENTS OP THE 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State. 
John Quincy Adams, (Mass.) Secretary Salary §6000 
Daniel Brent, Chief Clerk 

Treasury Department. 

William H. Crawford, (Va.) Secretary €000 

Edward Jones, Chief Clerk 

Joseph Anderson, Tenn. 1st Controller 3500 

Richard Cutts, Mass. 2d Controller, S0Q0 

Richard Harrison, Va. 1st Anditor S000 

William Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor 30()0 

Peter Hagner, Pa. 3d Auditor 3000 

Constant Freeman, 4th Auditor 3000 

Stephen Pleasanton, 5th Auditor 3000 

Thomas Tudor Tucker, S. C Treasurer 3000 

Joseph Nourse, Va, Register 3000 

Samuel H. Smith, Commissioner of Revenue 3008 
Josiah Meigs, Commissioner of Gen. Land Office 3009 

War Department. 

John C. Calhoun, S. C. Secretary 6000 

Christopher Vande venter, Chief Clerk 

Nathan Tousob, Paymaster General 2500 

Navy Department. 

Smith Thompson, N. Y. Secretary 6000 

General Post Office. 

Return J. Meigs, jr. Ohio, Postmaster-General 4000 

Assistant, Abraham Bradley, Con. 250O 

Do. Phineas Bradley, Con. 2500 

Mint. 

Robert Patterson, Director 2000 

James Rush, Treasurer J 200 

Adam Eckfedlt, Coiner 1500 

Joseph Richardson, Assayer 1500 

Joseph Cloud. Refiner 1500 

Robert Scott, Engraver 1200 

Architect of the Capitol* 

Charles' Eulfinch. 



HO 

Intercourse toith Foreign Nations. 



DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT, 

Ministers Plenipotentiary. 
Richard Rush, to Great Britain, Salary g9000 

Albert Gallatin, to France, 9000 

Henry Middleton, to Russia 9000 

John Forsyth, to Spain, 9000 
John M. Forbes, U. S. agent at Puenos Ayres 

Charge d'affaires. 

Alexander H. Everett, to the Netherlands, 4500 

Christopher Hughes, jun. to Sweden 4500 

Secretaries of Legation* 

John Adams Smith, to Great Britain, 2000 

Daniel Shelden, to France, 2000 

Charles Pinkney, to Russia, £000 

Tho. L. L. Brent, to Spain, 2009 

John J. Appleton, to Brazil, 2000 

CONSULS 

Of the United States in Foreign Countries. 

In Great Britain and Ireland. 
Thomas Aspinwall, London. Jame3 Maury, Liverpool. 
Herman Visger, Bristol. Nath. G. Ingraham, jun. Plym- 
outh. Robert W. Fox, Falmouth. Thomas Auldjo, 
Cowes. Joel Hart, Leith. Thomas English, Dublin. — 
Jacob Mark, Cork. Samuel Luke, Belfast. Bernard 
Henry, Gibraltar. Harvey Strong, Glasgow and Green- 
wioh. 

Russia. 
Abraham P. Gibson, St. Petersburgh. 

Sweden and frorway. 
David Erskine, Stockholm. C. A. Murray, GoUenburg. 
Peter Isaacksen, Christiansand. 
Denmark. 
John Rainals, Copenhagen. 

Germany. 
Edward Wyer, Hamburg. Frederick J. WiehelhauiCB; 
Bremen* William Clark, Embdea. 



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Netherlands. 
John W. Parfcer, Amsterdam. Emanuel ^ambersle, 
Rotterdam and Ostend. David Parish, Antwerp. 

France 

Isaac Cox Barnet, Pari*. Daniel Strobel, Bordeaux — 

Joshua Dodge, Marseilles. Henry Wilson, Nantes Ge- 

ard D Smith, La Roeheile. Edward Church, L'Orier.t. 

leuben G. Beasley* Havre de Grace Thomas Johnston, 

rflais. Philip de Peyster, I. Guadaloupe. Silas Marean, 

Martinique. 

Portugal and Brazil 
Israel P. Hutchinson, Lisbon. Henry Hill, Rio de Ja« 
g^ro. Woodbridge Odiin» St^Salvadore. 
Stoain. 
John M. Hall, Cadiz. Kichard M'Call, Barcelona. 

Tuscany , Sardinia, and Austria. 
Thomas Appleton, Leghorn. James Schee, Genoa.— 
r ictor A. Sasserno, Nice. Francis Adams, Trieste- 

T-wo Sicilies. 
Alexander Hammett, Naples. Henry Preble, Palermo. 
John iitoadbent, Messina. 

Barbary Suites. 
Wm. Shaler, con. gen'l. Algiers. Townshend Stith, 
'unis. Thomas D Anderson, Tripoli, John Mullowney, 
angler. 

China. 
Benjamin C Wilcocks, Canton. 

¥ :Jinislers and Consuls of Foreign Powers resident 
in the United States. 



Fram France. 

M Hyde de Neuvilie, envoy extraordinary, and minig- 
it? Plenipotentiary. 

Mr. Not?*, secretary of legation. 

IV! r. Petty, consul-general to the United States, Wash- 
ington, 
Mr. De Valnais, consul, Boston. 

Mr Le Comte, D'Espinulle, consul, New-York«- 
Mr. Angdvicci* consul, BtJiitaore. 



142 

Mr. Couteaux, vice-consul, Norfolk. 

Mr. Le Marquis de Fongmes, eonsul Charleston 
From Great Britain. 

Stratford Canning, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Gibba Crawford Antrobus. esq. charge d'affaires. 

Anthony St. Jfthn Baker, esq consul general. 

James Buchanan, esq eonsul for state and city of New- 
York. 

Wiiliam Dawson, esq •onsul for Maryland, Baltimore. 

William Gray, consul for Virginia, Norfolk. 
From Russia. 

Pierre de Poletica envoy extraordinary, and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Alexy Eustaphieve, consul, Boston. 

1. G. Bogeft, vice-consul, New-York. 

Edward J. Coale, agent, Baltimore. 

Frtim the J\ % et herb i nth . 

The Viscount de Quabeck, charge d'affaires, 

C J. Konig, Baltimore. 

T. C Zmmermao, New York. 

Moses Myers, Norfolk. 

T. F. Mansony, Boston. 

From Spain, 

Don Franeisco Vires, minister extraordinary. 

Don Mateo de la JSerna, charge d'affaires. 

3>on Thomas Stoughton, consul, New- York. 

Don Juan St®ughton, consul for New-Hampshire, Mas- 
sachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and Khode-island, Bos- 
top, , 

Don Juan B. Barnabas, consul Baltimore. 
•. From Portugal. 

Mr. Correa de Serra, envoy extraordinary, and minis- 
ter plenipotentiary. 

Joseph Amado Grehan, s&cretary of legation. 

Jouquim Jos>e Vasques, consul general. 

Consuls and Vice Consuls. 
Philip Maret, Iloston. 
,1. Ouff, New- York. 
William It. Swift, Haltiraore; 
A. B. Nones, Norfolk. 



143 

From Denmark. 
P. PederBon, minister resident, from the eourt of Den« 
mark, and consul-general, Philadelphia. 
George Hammeken, consul, New-York. 
Charles W. Greene, vice-consul, Boston. 
Lewis Brantz, vice-consul, Baltimore. 
Moses Myers, vice-consul, Norfolk. 

From Svjeden and Norway. 
Baron Robert Stackelberg, charge d'affaires. 

From Prussia. 
Frederick Greulm, minister resident. 

From Hamburgh 
C. N. Buck, consul geiaeraj, Philadelphia. 
From Sardinia 
M. Gaspare Dearbate 



« 



Commissioners of the Navy Board. 

John Rodgers, Charles Stewart, David Porter, 

J. K. Paulding, Secretary. 



Alexander Murray, 
John Rodgers 
James Barron 
William Bain bridge 
Thomas Tin gey 
Charles Stewart 
lsfcac Hull 
Jsaae Chauncey 
John Shaw 
John H. Dent 
Dbvid Porter 
John Cassln 
Samuel I&vans 
Jf&ob Jones 
Charles Morris 
Arthur Sinclair 



CAPTAINS. 

Thomas McDonough 
Lewis Warrington 
Joseph Bainbridge 
William M. Crane 
James T. Leonard 
James Bidd'e 
Charles G. Ridgley 
Robert T. Spence 
Daniel T. Patterson 
Samuel Angus 
Melancthon T. Woolsey 
John Orde Creightou 
Edward Trenchard 
John Downes 
John D. Henley 
[Jesse D* Elliott 



144 
NAVY YARDS. 



At Washington* 
Thomas Tingey, captain commandant 
Stephen Cassin, master commandant 
James Owner, head carpenter 
John Davis, of Abel, plumber and blacksmith 
William Sanford, head sailmaker 
At Philadelphia. 
Alexander Murray, captain commandant 

AtJMorfolk. 
John Cassin, captain commandant 

At New York. 
Samuel Evans, captain commandant 

At Char^esioivn, fMass. J 
Isaac Hull, captain commandant 

At Portsmouth, ( N. H J 
Charles Morris, captain commandant 



Names and force 

Ships of the Line. 
JSi'ames 
Independence 
Washington 
Franklin. 
Columbus 
Chippewa 
New-Orleans 
North-Carolina 
Ohio 

Delaware 

One building at Boston 
Dae at Portsmouth 
Frigates. 
Constitution 
[Jnited States 
juerriere 
lava 
superior 



of the Vessels of the United 
States. 

One building at Wash- 
ington 41 
Constellation 36 
Congress 36 
Macedonian 36 
Confianee 32 
Mohawk 32 
Cyane 28 
John Adams, corvette 24 
4|Genetal Pike, do. 24 
4| Saratoga 22 
4 Steam Frigate Fulten, at 
New York 

Stoop* of War, &c. 

44 Lawrence 20 

44 Erie 18 

44 Peacock 18 

44 Ontario 18 

44 Hornet i $ 



Guns 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 



74 



145 



Detroit 


18 


Eagle 




It 


Jefferson 


il 


Nonsuch 




1 


Jones 


• 18 


Surprise 




Madison 


18 


Lynx 




5 


Louisiana 


IS 


Hornet 




5 


Niagara 


n 


Fox 




4 


Linnet 


H 
16 


Oespateh 




2 


Sylph 


Ghent 




I 


Tieonderega 


14 


Lady of the Lake 




1 


Oneida 


14 


Porcupine 




1 


Queen Charlotte 


14 


mm 




none 


Ranger 


14 


Corporation 




— 


Enterprise 


12 


Bombs— JEtna, 


Vesuvius. 


Spark 


V- and Vengeance 





Pay and subsistence of the Officers of the 

Navy, 

Captain of a vessel of ,12 or more guns, 100 dollars per 

month and eight rations per day 
Captain of a vessel of 20 and under 32 gur.3, 75 dollar per 

month and six rations per day 
Master Coiamaadantj 60 dollars per month and 5 rations 

per day 
Lieutenant Commandant, 5© dollars per month and 4 ra- 
tions per day 
Lieutenant 40 dollars per month and 3 rations per day 
Chaplain, 40 dollars per month and 2 rations per day 
Surgeon, 50 dollars pop month ami 2 rations per day 
Surgeon's Mate, 50 dollars per month and 2 rations per 

day 
Sailing Master, 40 dolhrs per month and 2 rations per 

day 
Purser, 40 dollars per month and 2 rations per day 
Boatswain, 29 dollars per month and 2 rations per day 
Gunner, 29 dollars per month and 2 rations per day 
Sail Maker, SO dollars per month and 2 rations per day 
Carpenter, 20 dollars per month and 1 ration per day 
Midshipman, 10 dollars per month and 1 ration per day 
Masters Mate, 20 dollars per month and 1 ration per daf 
Citolaiit's Cleilc, 25 dollars per month and I ration pet &»'• 



146 

Boatswain's Mate, 19 dollars per month and 1 ratios per 

day 
Cockswain, 18 dollars per month and 1 ration per day 
Yeoman of gun room, It dollars per month and 1 ration 

per day 
Quarter Gunner, 18 dollars per month and 1 ration per 

day 
Carpenter's Mate, 19 dollars per month and 1 ration per 

day 
Armourer, 18 dollars per month and 1 ration per day 
Steward, 18 dollars per month and 1 ration per day 
Cooper, 18 dollars per month and I ration per day 
Master at arms, 18 dollars per month and I ration per day 
Cook* 18 dollars per month, and 1 ration per day. 

GENERAL STAFF. 

Jacob Brown, major general. 

Andrew Jackson, major g-eneral. 

Alexander Macomb, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 

Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev, 

Winfield Scott, brigadier General, maj. gen. brev. 

Henry Atkinson, brigadier general. 

Daniel Parker, adj. and insp. general, brig. gen« 

Thomas S. Jessup, qr. ras. general, brig. geu. 

Robert Butler, adjutant general, col brev. 

Roger Jones, adjutant general, col. brev. 

Arthur P. Hayne, inspector general, col. brev. 

John E. Wool, inspector general, col. brev. 

Charles J. Nourse, ass. adj gen. maj brev. 

R. M. Kirby, assistant adjutant general, maj. brev. 

Perrin Willis, assistant adjutant general, maj. brev. 

James M. Glassel, assistant adjutant general, maj. brev. 

John M. Davis, assistant inspector general, maj. brev. 

Francis S. Bclton, assistant inspector general, maj brev. 

William McDonald, assistant inspector general, maj- brev." 

10 



1 



147 

John Biddle, assistant inspector general, maj. fcrev. 
William Linnard, deputy quarter master gen. maj. brev. 
Henry Stanton, deputy quarter master general, maj, brev.* 
Judge Advocates* 
Samuel A. Storrow, Siockley D. Hays. 



OTmniATOR 



John Marshall, of Vh ginia, Chief Justice of 

the United States, Salary g500<?' 

Associate Judges — Salary §4,500 each. 
Bushrod Washington, Va. Thomas Todd, Ky. 

William Johnson, jr. S.C. Gabriel Duval, Md. 

B. Livingston, N. Y. Joseph Story, Mass. 

Attorney General to the United States. 
William Wirt, Va. , Salary g3500 

Reporter of Decisions. 
Henry Wheaton, N. Y. Salary glOOG 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 



Maine 


Albion K Paris, sal 


§1000 


New- Hampshire 


John S. Sherburne 


looe 


Massachusetts 


John Davis 


1600 


Rhode* Island 


David Howell 


100ft 


Vermont 


Elijah Paine 


800 


Connecticut 


Pierpont Edwards 


1000 


New-York, N. District 


Roger Skinner 


1600 


S. District 


Wm P. Van Ness 


I GO® 



CLERKS, 

To the Supreme, Circuit and District Courts. 
Supreme Court, Ellas U. Caldveli, District of N. Hamp- 
shire, Jouathan Steele, Maine, John Mussey, jr. Massa- 
chusetts, John W. Davis, Rhode-Island, Benjamin Cow- 
HI, Vermont, Jesse Gove, Connecticut, C A. Ingerso 1, 
New-York, south district, Gilbert L Thompson, North* 
district, It R Lansing. 



148 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS, 

New-Hampshiie, Daniel Humphreys. Maine, Eth^r 
Shepley. Massachusetts, George Hlake. Rhode Island, 
John Pitman. Connecticut, Hezekiah Huntington. — — 
Vermont, Titus Hutchinson. New York, south district, 
Robert Tillolaon ; north District, Jacob Sutherland. 

MARSHALS. 

New-Hampshire, Michael M'Clary. Maine, Thomas C;, 
Thornton. Massachusetts, James Prince. Rhode Island, 
Ebenezer K. Dexter. Connecticut, Robert Fairchild. — 
Vermont, Heman Allen. New-York, south district, 
Thomas Morris; north district, John W. Livingston. 



Collectors of Customs in Connecticut, 

New London, Thomas H.Cushing. New-Haven, Abra- 
ham Bishop. Middietown, Alexander Wolcott. FahfteSd, 
Walter Bradley. 

In Rhode Island, 

Newport, William Elle-ry, Bristol, Charles Collins, jr; 
Providence, Thoma3 Coles. ^ 

Surveyors in Connecticut, 

New London, Oliver Charrsplain. Stonington, Elijah 
Palmer. New-Haven, fVm. Munson. Middietown, YVtn* 
Van Duersen. Hartford, Solomon Porter. Say brook, 
George Wolcott. 

Thomas H. Cashing, 
Superintendent of Light Houses in Connecticut* 



Revenue Cutters. 



Eagle, captain F. Lee, (Con.) 
Massachusetts, captain Trevett, (Mass.) 
Vigilant, captain J. Cahooti, (R.I.) 
Active, captain tt. CaUoon, (N. Y.) 



149 
GOVERNORS 

CF THE SETERAL STATES. 



Maine 

New-Hampshire 

Vermont 

Rhode Island 

Massachusetts 

Connecticut 

Kew York 

New-Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Louisiana 

Mississippi 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Alabama 

Missouri A 



William King. 
Samuel Bell. 
Richard Skinner. 
Nehemiah K. Knight. 
John Brooks. 
Oliver Wolcott. 
DeWitt Clinton. 
Isaac H. Williamson. 
Joseph Heister. 
John Collins. 
Samuel Sprigg. 
Thomas Mann Randolph* 
Jesse Franklin. 
John Geddes. 
John Clarke. 
John Adair. 
Joseph McMinn. 
Ethan A. Brown. 
Thomas B. Robertson. 
George Poindexter. 
Jonathan Jennings. 
Shadrach Bond. 
Thomas Bibb, (acting.) 
Alexander McNair.* 



Territorial Governments. 

Michigan. Lewis Cass. 

Arkansas James Miller. 



* At the'time of this publication, Missouri was not ad- 
mitted into the Union. Alexander McNair was chosen 
Governor ; David Barton, Thomas H. Benton, Senators ; 
and John Scott, Representative in thf Congress of the U"- 
oiled States, provisionally. 



150 



Post Road from Boston 

JVew- York, 
To Cambridge 
Watertowu 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sun bury 
Marlboro' 
North boro* 
Shewsbury 

Worcester 6 

Leicester 
Spencer 
Broo?' field 

Weston G 

Palmer 
Wilbraham 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Meriden 
Wallingford 
New -Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Fairfield 
Saugatue 
Norwalk 

Middlesex 5 

Stamford 4 

Horseneck 
Rye 

East-Chester 
West Farms 
Harlem Bridge 



to \ New-York 



Whole distance 



235 



From Boston to Hartford 123 
Hartford to New-York 112 






235 


From New- London to 


Boston 


. 


ro Montville 


7 


Norwich 


6 


Jewett's City(Griswold) 8 


Plainfield 


7 


Sterling 


4 


Scitaate 


a 


Providence 


15 


AUleborough 


12 


Wrenthara 


9 


Dedham 


12 


Boston 


9 




- 


— 


Total 100 


From Boston to 


Portland. 


Lynn 


7 


Salem 


17 


Ipswich 
Newburyport 


12 


12 


Hampton 


15 


Portsmouth 


20 


Kennebeck 


U9 


Portland 


7 



— Total 119 

From New- London to New- 

Haven, 

Lyme 16 

Say brook -s 



151 



Killingworth 


8 


From Providence to 


Mart- 


Guilford 


9 


jord. 




Bran ford Barker 


9 


Plainfield 


30 


Kew-Haven 


£ 


Windham 


14 






Hartford 


SO 


— Total 


53 


— 




From New-London to Hart- 


Middle road from Boston to 


ford 




Hartford. 




Waterford— Griffing 


6 


Dedham 


s 


Montville — Turner 


3 


Mendon 


18 


New-Sa!enl 


6 


Uxb ridge 


5 


Colchester 


6 


Douglass 


6 


Marlborough— Overton 


8 


Thompson 


S 


Giastenbury — Hoiiister 


5 


Pumfret 


6 


Wells 


5 


Ash ford 


9 


Hartford 4 34 


Mansfield 


8 






Coventry 




— Total 42 3 4 


Rust Hartford 


6 


From Hartford to Many. 


Hartford 


18 


Farmington 


§ 


* 


— 


Caaton 


7 


mm 


91 


New Hartford 


§ 


From Hartford to JV. 


Haven 


Sandisfield 


14 


through Middletoxm. 


Lenox Coffee- House 


2Q 


Middletown 


15 


New Lebanon 


u 


Wailingford 


14 


PhilHpsiowii 


9 


New-Haven 


13 


Union Village 


7 


— 




Albany 


11 


Hartford to Windsor, 


Ft. 




_ 


Springfield 


28 


— 


94 


Northampton 


19 


From Albany to Utica 




Deerfieid 


18 


Schenectady 


14 


Putney 


25 


Amsterdam 


IS 


CharlestowR 


, *> 


C ukuawauga 


9 


\V indsor 


I 


Johnston 


7 


— - 




Palatine 


14 


From NetV'Londoji to New- 


Manheim 


o 


port % 




Little Falls 


7 


Westerly 


15 


Herkimer 


7 


Tower- Hill 


25 


Schuyler 


6 


Narraganset Ferrjr 


S 


Utica 


ie 


Newport 


7 



152 

Additions and Corrections. 

The following artistes were received too late for insertion 
in their appropriate places. 

BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

Tjawiel Sterling, Esq. Warden. 

Burgesses. 

William -'orest, Cha-.les Win ton, Ebenezer Seelye, 

So&ith Tweedy, Richard Hyde, Shelden Smith. 

i 'jderick A. Sterling, Clerk. 

Isaac Sherman, Treasurer. 

Ezra Gregory, jr. Bailiff". 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

John 6. Cannon, esq. President. 
George Hayt, Cashier. 
Directors ~ -John S Cannon, Isaac Bronson, Ebenezer 
lesup, Jesnp Wakenaan, Salmon Huhbell, David Minott, 
William Peet, Lambert Lockwood, Thaddeus liubfaell. 

Charles H. Pond, esq. Sheriff of New-Haven County, re- 
sides at New- Haven. 



Academy Bacon, 

Acad, arts, &c» Con 
Academy Cheshirr, 
Agricu'l Societies, 
American B. C.F. M. 
Annuity 
Almanack 
Allotment Judges 
Alpha Societies 
Army 



page Asylum 6 1 

93 Associations & Con. 54 
96 Attorneys see counties 

9S BANKS 77 

159 Bible Society 59 

86 Bishop's Fund 5T 

61 Baptist associations 57 

5 Baptist Board, &c. 58 

23 Baptist Education So. 59 

95 Boroughs 74 

HGlBishops Episcopal 6§ 



153 



COURTS, 131 

Clerks U 3. Courts, 147 

Collectors, &c.U. S. 148 

Cities, 71 

Charitable Society, 64 

Colleges, New-Haven, 86 

Harvard, 94 

Williams, 94 

Rhode Island, 94 

Bowdoin, 94 

Dartmouth, 95 

Middlebury, 95 

Union & Hamilton, 95 

Andover, 96 

Commis on Asses. 23 

Connect Government, 

Exec and Legislative, 19 

Judicial and Civil, 23 

Hartford County, 24 

New-Haven, 26 

New- London, 28 

Fairfield, SI 

Windham, S3 

Litchfield, 35 

Middlesex, 38 

Tolland, 39 

Episcopal Conv. Con. 57 

E. Clergy, unsettled, 54 

Education Society, 59 

Ep. So pro Ch, Kaow. 60 

Eclipses 3 

Electors' Meetings, S 

Governors of States, 149 

Gen. Association, 55 

Receiv. mo Gen. As. 57 

Del. Asso. Springfield 55 

G. Asso Mass. 55 

N. Hamp. 56 

Vermont, 55 

Choice of Delegates, 56 

Certifying Com. 56 



Insurance Com. Marine, 75 
do. Fire, 75 

Inspectors Provisions, 81 
MILITIA, 97 

Masonic, 67 

Marshals 148 

Medical Inst. 92 

Society, 66 

Ministers and Consuls, 146 
Miss. Societies 58 63 131 
Ministers & Churches, 46 
Do unsettled,^ 53 

Do. Delegates, 55 6 

Do. Liccviiates, 53 

NAVY, 143 

Notaries, 41 

OATH «f office, 42 

POST-OFFICES, 8t 

Postage, 85 

Probate Courts, 40 

Fees, 133 

ROADS, 150 

Standing See's, in B, A. 57 
Saving So Hartford, 80 
New-Haven, 130 

Surveyors Land, 46 

U. S. 148 

TABLES— Tides, 4 

Interest, pounds 18 

Value of Cents 17 

Town clerks and Collee. 43 
Turnpike Roads, &c. 126 
Theo. Sem. N. H. 64 

Union Co. 76 

United States' Officers. 135 
Judicial, 147 

Execu. & Legis. 135 

Senators 135 

Representatives 136 

State, War, Navy, Treas- 
ury, P. O&ee, Miftt 13» 




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UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

182 2: 

BEIN& THE FOT*TY SIXTH OF THE IN- 
DEPENDENCE OF THE 'UNTIED 

STATES. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 
bY NATHAN DABOLL. 



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OBSERVATION. 

r ~pHE hour of the night is, many times, more Con* 
1 veniently estimated by the moon's southing, than 

by her rising and sitting. 

To find the moon's southing : 
RULE. 
Add three hours to the time of high water on any 

given day, as it is inserted in this almanack, and you 

will have the true time of the moon's southing ior that 

day. 

N* B. If you double the time of the sun's setting, 

you will have the length of the day ; and double the 

time of the sun's rising will be the length of the night- 

Chronological Cycles for the year 182L 

Dominical Letter F l Solar Cycle, 1 1 

Lunar Cycle or ") 1fi | Roman Indiction, 10 

Golden Number, 3 | Julian Period, 6535 

Epact, 7 



Names and Characters of the Planets, 
Gor© Sol or Sua. $ Herschel. \ Saturn. 
♦ or J) Luna or Moon. % Jupitei. % Mars 
© Telias, or Earth. ? Venus. $ Mercury* 



Names and Characters of the Aspects. 

6 Conjunction, or Planets situated in the same 
longitude. 

II Qitartilp, when they are 90 degrees distant 
from each other. 

g Opposition, when they are 180 degrees dis- 
tant. 

A Trine, when they are 120 degrees distant 

^ Sextile, is when two planets or stars are 60 de- 
crees distant. 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1822. 

THERE will be four eclipses this year in the following or- 
der. 

I. The first will be a visible Eclipse of the Moon, 
as follows : 

Eclipse begins Feb. 5th 11 33 Afternoon. 

Ecliptic 8 Feb. 6th 33 ) 

Middle of the eel mse 4l(, f r ff em , 

Eud of the eclipse 1 49?"" '*< 

Whole duratioi 2 16 ) Morm '^ 

Digits eclipsed 4 \ from North side of the Earth's 
shadow, or on the Moon's Southern Limb. 

II. The second will be oi the Sun, Feb. 21st, 
visible, as follows : 

Eclipse begins 3 24} Apparent time 

Middle 4 1 9 > iVi the 

End of the eclipse 5 7 ) Afternoon. 

Duration lh, 43m. Greatest obscuration 4 y 1 ^ di- 
gits on (he Suu's Northern Limb. 

III. The 3d will be of the Moon, Aug. 2d, partly 
visible. 



Apparent time 

in the 

Afternoon, 



Digits eclipsed, 9 ^ from the South side of the 
earth's shadow, or on the Moon's Northern Limb. 

IV. The fourth will be of the Sun August I6ih. 6 
at t3h. 30m. afternoon, invisible to us, but in hi. 35 
69f S. and long. 1 76 1 1 f W. the Sun will be cen- 
trally eclipsed on the Meridian. | O] 'P'OOf* 

There will likewise this year be ft small transit of Mercury 
over the sun, on the 4th of Nov. & at 9h 31 ra afternoon, con- 
sequently invisible to us. £ lat- at ihe tir^e of conjuacUon 



Eclipse begins 


6 4*} 


Ecliptic § 


7 30 j 


Middle of the Eclipse 


7 36 I 
7 13 f 


Moon rises 


Eclipse ends 


9 9 | 


Duration of visibility 


156 J 



1 iA 5 L S she-Wing the difference oflUg/i- H attr cf 
$evcrat filaccs from Aew-I.o? don 

FKK (ixth column of each monthly page fhews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
Elizabethtown Foint, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur in Georgia, and Brumwick, in North-Caro- 
]? n3 «^to which if you add and fnbtratt as in the annexed 
table you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places. — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
©ftir-e muft be added; (S) fubtrafied— (H) ftaiids for 



[hours, (M) for minutes 

\ Names of Places 

♦Albany 

[Amboy 

Annapolis* IVfar. 

Annapolis, Nov/. 



[New 



■Bedford 



Bed on 

• Burlington 

!CatV o 

iCape-Ann 

ICape Fear 

(Cafco Bay 

jC bar left on Bar 

[Fiurfietd 

rederica,Gffirf/. 
Georgetown Bar 
Ouilford 
M ac ken fa ck 
Halifax 
Hell Gate 
!i art ford 
fflin^ham 
fiuutin&ton 
IpiV. icta 
Jam^otown 
kj h giro w n . Kfopfts , A 
L'-uilbour^h A 

Main Ocean S 

fiobile- Point A 

Nantucket S 



A 
S 
3 
A 
S 
A 
A 
A 
A 
S 
A 
S 
A 
h s 
s 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
5 
A 
A 
A 



Names of P laces . 
6 30 Newburyport A 

45 New Haven A 

New Providence S 
Newtown Landing A 
Norwich Landing A 
2 5'Penobfcot 
C 20 1 Pen fa col a 



H.M. 
% 45 
1 5" 
I 25] 
1 
*5| 



o 



2 50 Philadelphia 
2 45 Pifcataway 

1 o Plymouth 

2 ijIpo'iepeJs Iflar.d 

2 2c' Port Royal, S C. 
2 o'portfmoiith 
Providence 
20 Purifburgh, S. C. 
3,0 Quebec 

Keedy-Ifiand 
Rhode- 1 Hand 
Salem 

Sandy-Hook 
Savannah 
S, 13- brook 
St. A o outline, B. 
50; St. John's, Newf. 
6 O Sunbury, Georgia, 
3 o'TybreBar 

45J White tone 

6 c wiHiamfDurg, Va. 

1 ~o| Wilmington, N. C. 



A 
S 
A 
A 

A 
A 

S 
A 

S 

s 

A 
A 

S 
A 

S 

s 

A 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



4 2C 



40 

45! 

20| 

45 



o 

ii 
4 5 

45 
45 
12 

IS 

25 

o 

3° 
iJ 

45 
IS 



Full mo. 7;!. 10h.69m 
Last qr. 15. !. Oh. 50;n. 
m|w| Calendar, Sec. 



J ANU A RY h ath 31 day»7~ 

New mo. 235To£ 38m. 



mo. 
mo. 



First, qr. SOtl. 
131 Cii . Veo. set 3h.27m. m. 7 29, a 31[ 



2417* sou. 8b. 47m .Pleasant 
3 5\jor the season, but soon 
4|0i6 £ # j) perigee grows 
dl\Q*\.ofcfk. 7m. coM<$- 
6 fjEptph. may 6s sViotv. 
" 2 V nils sets Bit. 32m se- 
3,D iys lengtheo 10m -acre 

4 cold about this time. 

5 j S station H-un^ cold fy 
Q blustering, and perhap 
7 jnO % day br.5(i40 s/iow 
F'j ♦ st aft. epiph. ?7iare mod- 

2 CoZd frgsty zveaihsr, but 

3 'good ai cara be expected 

4 j D apogee, for the 

5 !low tides' season. 
6|CapelbSau. 9h, 5m 
7 !D run iow^sGtsllh46m 
Fj2'l aft epiph. ©enters^ 
2\Now expect a cold storm 

23J4J 6 J £ Hj. Bjqj*. $u)& o? 

24 5 Day break 5 hi SQm.rain 

25 60on. St Paul wear ^u 

26 7; 6 3 9 4!i.a9seU8h36m 
27, F 31 aft epjph. ^';/ie, ?w'r/i 

ouijaU. 



7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
1.2 

13 
14 
15 

16 

1 7 
18 

IS 

20 
21 
22 



11449 

10J450 
7 0U51 
7 8 4 52 
7 7453 
7 6 454 
3i|5 5 peri*, up for a s(ormJ7_ 5 J 155 



23 2; 



2M3J0U clock 13m then 
>9 4 pleasant but soon clouds 



7 23 ! 4 32 
7 28J4 32 
7 27(4 33] 
7 26(4 34 
7 2614 34 
7 25J4 35 



; 2b. 2m. __ 
l<\sea|r. 3>s 

3 36 

4 28 

5 24 

6 25 

7 28 



rao. 
nifij 



7 25 4 35 10 27 



7 24;4 36 I I 18 
7 24LJ36 morn. 

7 23;4 37 3: 
7 22 4 33 



31 

1 50 

2 50, 

4 g] 

5 18 

6 20 
5 rise , 
5 59 



721 
7 21 
7 20 
7 19 
7 18 
7 18 
7 17 
7 16 
1 15 
7 14 
7 13 



4 39 
4 39 ; 

iM 

441 
4 42 
442 
143 

4 44 
4 45 

4 46 
447 

12 148J10 
il 



7 

8 

. 9 

47 10 

1 274 1 

2 8; morn 
2 48' 2G 



4 18 



3 

1 

5 3 

5 54 

6 48 



41 
34 



28 
30. 
3? 
3i^ 

5 30 

6 ii 

6 50 



3o 3 self 



16' 



HL 



41 

52 



1 



6 
3) 7 
50) j 
^ft. 38 10 1 : 

1 24.11 2; 

2 15 morn. 

3 9 40 



FEBRUARY hath 28 days 




jFu'I men 66- Oh. _>3m. ino 


i_a*tqr. _3d.l0b. 18m. af 


♦ New mo. 2 Id. 2h 47m . af 


First qr. 28d 9h 


\ 25*n mo 


vi|wl Calendar, Sec. 


©i\j®sJF.sea^|i r l)T. 


1 


[6 


3 runs high V set 8h 3- 


|7 3 


1 5: 


5 


7 


3 2 


2 


7 


Pur if BVM. 2/ bets 11? 


7 2 


4 58 


6 


11 


1 6 


3 


f 


Septuage coM uncom- 


r j 


4 5fc 


7 


1 


5 


1 4 


2 


fortable weather butsoa 


k> 59 


5 1 


8 


7 


5 5g 


5,3 


©si. ci'k. 14m. grots;* 


JQ57 


5 S 


8 


59 ! Diise 


u 


4 


3 eclipsed g J> mod. 


8 56 


5 4 


9 


48' 5 5 


; 7 


5 


Days lengthen Ih. 10m. 


Q55 


5 5 


10 


33' 6 58 


8 


6 


Some pleasant weather 


6 54 


5 _ 


11 


15 8 2 


9 


7 


about (his time, 


3 53 


5 7 


il 


56' 9 6 


10 F 


Sexagrsima but we mat 


65J 


5 f 


morn.il § 


112 


expect snow or rain 


6 50 


5 1C 





38 11 11 


12:3 


J aposee soon. 


6 49 


5 11 


1 


20 morn. 


13:4 


Day break 5h lira. 


6 48 


5 12 


2 


4 13 


14:6 


Valeotiue J sets 8h 7m 


6 46 


5 14 


2 


51] 1 18 


156 


3 runs low. Low tides 


6 45 


5 15 


3 


41 2 15 


16;7 


2/ sets lOh 14m 


6 44 


5 i"e 


4 


32! 3 1 


17JF 


Quinguages J- station 


6.12 


5 18 


5 


26> 4 2 


18,2 


O-eot.X * l" 2m aft. 


64] 


5 19 


6 


19 


4 5\ 


19 3 


Shiove Tues. $ g?- elon. 


6 40 


5 2C 


7 


12 


5 39 


20|4 


\sh Wedrfs. pleasant jot 


9 38 


5 22 


8 


4 


6 28 


2-ifi 


Sua Eclipsed //_e >ea>.on 


.6 37 


5 23 


8 


54 


3 sets 


22,6 


a. Wash, born 1732. 


63f 


5 24 


9 


12 


6 48 


23 7 


■ugh tides grows colder 


63' 


5 26 


10 


30 


8 2 


24 F 


1 Sun. to lent St. Matt. 


6 3. c 


5 27 


M 


ig 


9 16 


252 


J per 'gee £ set 7!) i8n 


J 32 


5 2F 


aft 


10 


10 32 


263 


$ station, now expect 


83( 


5 30 


1 


5 


11 47] 


27-4 


mow or rain near thi 


62. 


>3i 


2 


2 


morn.! 


23 


5 


Qsl.cfk 12m. time. 


6 2< 


5 35 


3 


sj 


1 8 


nn 


V 
tl 


_e Planet Vruus ( 2 ) u 
tin* lmh of March : the 


ill 


be L 

Mnrr 


ver 

lino 


in 1 
SI 


lU._l_.fc .... -j 

I Star] 

nr n n .1 



21m. mo. 
17m. af. 



| MARCH hath 31 days. 

Full mo. ?<f. 3h. 47m. af. I New m"6. 23d. ?h 
Last q r. 15 d. 6h, 31m. af. 1 First qr. 29d. 5h. 

m| w 1 Calendar, Sec . !© H©s |Ksea.|r J )T. 

1 6 Day break 5h 61 in 

2 7 #sets9h 35ui 

3 F2 Sun. iu lent Cold win 



17 

18 
9 

20 
2' 

22?a 

23J7 

24 
25 



//y weather. 
More moderate 
7*s set llh 50 clouds 
U\k6 ©$ 

t//? for snow or 
fofe 6 0? rain. 

3 io lent variable 
©si. cl. 10m weather. 

D apogee 2/ set 9h 5m 
CW J arc*/ blustering. 
J) runs lev? grows 
low tides more mar/- 

4 io Lent Midieat 
irate, 

7*sset llh 9m but 
Qent °f 1 11) 16m after. 

$ station. wM?y expect 
a cold storm 

5 in lent J) perigee 
Annuo B.V.M. near 
very huh tides *fa'« f/mf 
HOh Day br. 4h 11m 

fair ?ve at her but 
Qsl. elk. 4m. something 
$ Station, windy, 
in lent. Palm Sund. 



26 534 
6 255 35 
6 23 ; 5 37 
6 22J5 38 
62! 5 39 
6 19*5 41 
6 18542 



6 16 
,615 
6 14 
6 12 
•6 11 
6 10 
6 8 
6 7 
6 



5 4-1 
54 
546 
5 48 
5 49 
5 50 
5 52 

5 53 

6 55 
5 56 
557 
5 59 


2 



4 4; 

5 4; 

6 2 

6 5b 

7 44 

8 30 
13 
5 

36 
19 



9 

9 
10 
11 
morn 

3 



6 ; 6 
6 58,6 
6 56 6 
5 54,6 
5 53 6 
5 51J6 
5 50 f 6l0 
5 49J6 1 1 
5 48:6 12 
5 47-6 13 
546614 
5 45615 




I 

2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

[0 

11 
ft. 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



4 
1 

49 

36 

7 

38 



Drisr 
6 54 



57 

1 

5 
10 



morn* 
n; 

1 
2 



3; 

47 
29 
1 
32 
58 
23 
D set? 

8 17 

9 34 

10 50; 

morn. 

6 

1 4 

2 

2 38 



Al'ixiL hath 30 



ays. 



Last cjr, 14:1. 1 111 55m«mo. 
Full rno 6d, 7U. 55m. mo. 



First qr. S8d.2h.30m. mo. 
New mo. 21d.llh.S0m. mo 



m[w| CatenHar, &c, l(y)ri |(v)s.}F.sea |r. j) s 



1 2, o btutiL'j ^ rtatj 4nouj £D*j5 43 6 17 

2 3Jupitersel Sh 12m 5 426 18 
Qsl. elk 3m variable 5 4 1 ^6 1 ^ 

4 5 g grelong. 5 39J6 2* 

5 6 Good Friday, weather. 5 38j6 22 
Day break 5h 54m ifety 5 36J6 24 
Easter Sand, and windy 5 35 6 25 
E. Moo. rather, dry 5 34 6 26 
E. Tues. 3 apogee 5 32 6 28 

Pleasant 5 316 29 

& station flying clouds 5:>GJ6 30 
11 sets 7h 48m "> 28 

0&ctk,eveu 7*s s. 9h38 5 2? 
i after E. low Sunday 5 2b 

^f/;ri7 * bowers 
D runs low tpring 

advances 
6 D 9 foggy and warm 
Venus rise 3h 35m mo. 
Q ent tf till 40(D mo 
2 after East. /own/ ?t'ar?n' 
I ]) ptjrh razftjp growing 
v'^iy hi^Ii tides weather, 
E. lertn begins 
"St. LVI i rk coot for 
Vemis risfi 3h 25m mor 
D y break 3h 20 n 
> after East. iAi season 
I) it noon grows 
(;j J in ■!•<? nh'i*n.nt. 



10 

il 

12 

13 

14 

\&\% 

16 3 

174 

18|5 

&9J6 

20!7 

2i;f 



5 49 

6 35 

7 13 

8 
8 42 



3 lc 

3 45 

4 10 
4 35 
4 57 

3) rise 

8 

9 4 
10 8 

morn.! H 7 
29 morn. 



9 23 

10 

10 52 

11 40 



33|3 


25 ! 5 


26' 6 


27! 7 


28 F 


29 2 



6 32 

63a 

6 34 

5 24J6 36 

5 23;6 3 

5 22|t> 38 

5 216 39 

5 1916 4; 

!8;6 42 

176 43 

156 45 

146 46 

136 47 

12 6 43 

116 49 

9651 

8 6 52 

7,6 53 

are 5.1 



3 

52 



29 
6 



1 

2 

44] 2 37 

M| 3 8 

3 

3 

4 



20 







3 53; 5 sets, 

9 5 if 8 35 

:0 54J 9 48 

11 50:11 2 

aft, 59 morn 

2 5 3 

3 2> 47 

3 53! I 22, 

4 40j 1 57 
b 2 1 1 2 221 



MAY hath 31 da) 


5 






Full mo. 6d. ".». 5m. mo, 1 Last qr. 14-j. ih. 35m, mo. 


New mo, iOd. 6ti 55m. af. | First qr. 27d. Ih, 33n» at* 


m|w| Calendar. &< . . |@ri.|©s.|K.sca.|r. 3 a. 


M 


ueu. Elec. N. Haven i 


5 5 


6c?5 ( 6 


2 47 


25 


V, rise 3b 17m mom. 


5 3 


r>57 


6 47 


3 10 


3 


6 


4 O^/Day br. 3h 6m 


5 2 


658 


7 2fc 


3 32 


4 


i 


& O h .showers in somel 


5 1 


659 


8 10 


3 54 


5 


F 


l Sun aft. East. p/ace.J 


5 


7 


8 5-, 


])r»se 


6 


2 


Johrj Eva. pleasant wea- 


4 59 


7 1 


9 4. 


8 5 


7 


3 


3 apogee, lltef. 


4 58 


7 2 


10 30 


9 3 


8 


4 


6 5 24. J. low 


457 


7 3 


11 21 


10 1 


9 


5 


Day length 14 h. 8 m. 


4 se 


7 4 


morn. 


10 47 


10 
11 


6 


vanable weather, may be 


4 55 


7 5 


12 


11 34 


7 


rain near this time. 


4 54 


7 t) 


1 3 


norn. 


12 


P 


5 aft. East. ro^a. Sun 


4 53 


7 7 


i 53 


10 


13 


2 


9 riae 3 b. morn. 


152 


7 8 


2 42 


42 


14 


3 


Sap 6 © <g . /rt/r wa- 


451 


7 9 


3 29 


1 7 


15 


4 


^Aer 6'wwc n;a«^ o/" ram 


4 50 


7 10 


4 14 


1 32 


lb 


5 


4scen ? holy Thiirs. 


4 49 


711 


5 1 


1 57 


17 


r> 


Z rows warmer, and we 


4 48 


7 12 


5 49 


2 22 


18 


7 


may hive thunder. 


4 47 


(7 13 


6 39 


2 51 


19 


p 


Sun. af. Asc 9 gv elon. 


4 46;7 14 


7 35 


3 26 


20 


2 


j) psrigee eo<?Z weather. 


4 4517 15 


3 34 


D sets 


21 


3 


Qent. n at coon, rces. 


4 447 It 


9 39 


! 8 40 


22 


4 


'erly winds. Very high 


4 43J7 17 


10 45 


9 43 


23 


5 


tides. Winds dry for May 


4 42 7 18 


11 50 


10 44 


,m4 


6 


Hay br 2 h. 39 m. 


4 42 7 13 


aft.5 i 


11 26 


25 


1 


Venus ri. 2h. 43 m. mo. 


44i|7 19 


1 47 


morn. 


26 


F 


Whit. Sunri. 6o?;i^ ?*«i/? 


4 40 7 20 


2 37 


7 


27 


2 


vV Mm. near this time 


4 39721 


3 22 


30 


28 


3 


agrotving season if not 


-i 39,7 21 


4 5 


53 


29 


4 


O fast clock 3 m, too 


4 3S 


; 7 22; 4 46 


1 14 


30 


5 


dry. Spring like 


4 377 23 5 27 


1 36 


316 


wea her. 


437723 6 8 


! 58 



JUNE hat5 30 lav* 



Full no. 4d« 3>v 36<n. art 
Lastqr. .2d llh,23m.mo. 



Newmi'. 19d lh> 45ra.mo 
First qv 26d. 2h. 41m, m 



"I: 



Calendar, &c. j©r^|(v)s.|F.sea|r. J) s 



17 2/ rise 4li 8intm;r. now 
2JF TiiD S- expect a storm 
312 2) apogee near this lime 
4j3 Day break 2h 26m 

4 ©last elk. 2;a a gro#»- 

5 ^)ruo3 low zngf season. 

6 9 rise 21} 26m pleasant 

7 JFar/M /cwry 
9|F I Sun. a it. T rin. perhaps 

io'2 thunder 

llj3 St. Barnabas 6 J fe 
1 2; 4 /rca/ increase* 
1015 frequent showers in some 
1 4 j 6 places Pleasant 
i5;7 0& elk even weather 
i6|F 2 aft Trin $*r. elan. 
i7!2 a^i/^ season this for 

18 3 1) psrigee vegetation 

19 4 7*s rise 2h 17m mom 

20 5 (50? Longest day ram 

21 ;6 j) ent °05 8h 33?j inor. 
22 1 7 iMgh tides pleasant 
23JFJ3 af.Trin, variable 

Nat. St John R weather 

Fair weather. 
Venus rise 2h 6m mor. 
<? O # pleasant, warm, 

wc may have 
6 >i% thunder. 
X af. Trin. $ station, i 



436,7 24, 
43617 24] 
4 35J7 25 
4 34(7 26 
4 34 7 26 
433*7 27 
4 33J7 27 
133 7 27 
4 32.7 28 
1327 28 
4 32;7 28 
4 3ll7 29 
431729 
4 31,7 29 
$31729 
431|729 
4 31J7 29 
4 30,7 30 
4 30 7 30 
4 3o!7 30 
4 30J7 30 
4 30-7 30 
4 30*7 30 
4 30-7 30 
130:7 30 
4317291 
4317.29 
431 729! 
4317291 
431 729 



6 5i| 2 2 

7 371 2 45 



8 25 

9 15 
10 

10 58 

11 48 
mom 

36 

1 23 
2 

2 53 

3 38 

4 25 

5 16 

6 12 

7 13 

8 18 

9 24 

10 28 

11 28 
aft 22 

1 10 

1 55 

2 37 

3 19 

4 1 
X 43 



3 2] 
Dris* 

8 4 ; 

9 26 
10 8 
10 37 
U 5 
il 34 
norn. 

L 

1 20 
1 15 
1 10 

1 49 

2 27 

3 U 
3 set 

9 j 
9 53 

10 22 
50 

11 11 
M 32 
11 56 
morn. 

17 

5 28j 46 

6 '••> 1 U 



Fu!l mo/,4c). 6U 7m. mo, 
Nev tuo. 18d.9h.14m.tTV*. 



JULY hath SI days. 



Ltsi qr. 

Hi Si (jr. 



132 
43 
4 33 
\ 33 
4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 36 



Calendar. fcjcrr {© rj 
]) apvs^ee ]) runs low ,4 32 
7*8 rise lh 27m. warm 
weather, rather dry 
ludepend. deel 17 76* 

Some *igns of rain 
which would be a 
5th at. Trin grccable. 
Venus ri. lh 18m. mor 

very warm weather, 

4 O si.* elk. 5m. 4 36 
thunder showers in some \ 36 
Day bi\ 2h 26m. places 4 37 

7 (are o © $ some 4 38 

FjjB aft. Trin. want of 4 33 

rain about this 4 39 

i) perigee time. 4 40 

Pteasant weather. &4< 

O rf- elk 6m. Expect 4 4 

rain, thunder and 4 42 
ugh tides lightning 4 43 

7 aft, Trin. itftfr *&?> 4 43 
f«M*. 4 44 

5 Q ent £J f/fct7i pleasant 4 45 
5 station, wca'her. 4 JH 

5 jSt James. Do% <1a. begin 4 47 

6 j Venus rise 2h morn. 4 48 
low tides JWm> a 4 49|7 

8 aft. Trin. spell of 4 507 
g*oo J Hay weather. 4 51I7 

wow razn is de ir A 52:7 
1 Da*s shorten 46m. able. 4 53,7 



lid. 6h S5S». af 
25d. 6h. Om. a. 

28 

28 
28 
27 
27 
27 
2G 



7 5 

7 50 

8 4 

9 39 
10 28 
il 16 

;tt30ru. 

26! o 2 

26. 46 
24! 1 30 



24 


! 2 16 


23 3 ! 


22 


j 3 57 


22 


4 5 


21 


5 sa 


20 


7 ( 


20 


8 4 


19 


9 ( 


18 


10 r. 


17 


10 5» 


17 


11 37 


16 


aft 30 


15 


1 10 


M 


\ 51 


13 


2 35 


12 


3 20 


li 


4 7 


10 


4 5b 


9 


5 48 


8 


6 38 


7 


7 30 



i 5 

2 33 

3 25 
]) rise 

8 39 

9 6 
9 32 
9 55 

10 18 

10 42 
\A 12 

11 41 
uorn 

22 

1 13 

2 9 

3 5 
}seb 
8 16 

8 44 

9 12 
9 36 

JO 4 
JO 22 

10 40 

11 6 
11 40 
morn 

20 

1 13 

2 7 



AUGUST hath 31 days/ 



Fun mo. 2cU 7h. 30m. afE 

Last qr. 9 ■!- 1 lh.,32»i af. 



New moon I6ci.%. oOm.ai. 
& mtqr. 24dg ih.l9tfl. -no. 



m|w| Caienaar, &c. |@ri.j@s.|F.sea.|r. J) s 

1 6 Lammas $ cu 2h 7 m mo 4 5 47 

2 6 3>eciip ^risemidnight|4 55J7 
3? Now expect rain nearA56 7 

4 F 9 alt. iiio. f/rrs- //me |4 57 

5 2 QsL elk. 5m without |4 58 

6 3 1 ransfig of our Loid/i/iV 4 59 

7 4 flW ziw her, a growing** 

8 5 Day br, 3h 3m. sflftsonJS 

9 6 fine weather for th one rvho\5 2 
10J7 hive not done 5 
1 l|F!lO af. T. 3> high haying 5 

2;2 J 3 pei ijsee Di*t thunder 



3 12 
3 rise 
7 35 

7 56 

8 .]& 
8 4 



!3|3 
14|4 

15|5 
lb 6 



1216 43J 9 35 
13J6 47 
14 6 4b' 



10 2\ 

11 I 



44 



Venus risf 2i) 25 di 

6 j ? 7*s ri. lOh 33m 

Assumpt. 

Sun eclipsed some ' 

high tides wdfti of rain, 
18'F 11 tftt Trin. 
19 2 Jupiter rise 11 o'clock 
203 Venus ii. 2h 36m mor 5 16 
21 4 Com. Mid. Col. 5 17 643 aft. 

22'5 V> station hoi weather 5 18 6 42 1 
23 6 O eut i% lh 33m alt. 5 1QJ6 41 2 
247 Dperi. frequent 5 21J639 2 

25 F 12 af. T. thunder show 5 22J6 38 3 

26 2 low tides er.v m many ^23|b37 

27 3l3up 405 pfoc<?s * 524638 

28 4;Corn Caunb, & Dartm 3 266 34 

29 5JSt. John B. beheaded >2?J632 
30,6 Wfccr f/ry/or tfie 6^-5 23*632 



7 

6 59 

6 58 
3J6 57 
4;o56 
5J6 55 
6654 
8J6 52 
9J6 5 
H 6 49 



1 

1 
o 

3 

4 
5 

6 53 

7 52 



14 9 

2 9 
53 10 
\1 11 
40 1 1 
48 room 
510 5 

2 

3 19 



10 

37 
4 
3 

52 



45 3 set 



Ml 49 



11 

3 

52 
42 

4 31 

5 26 

6 17 

7 7 
7 56 

O 4 O 



9 

9 
10 
I 1 
11 
morn 

51 

2 

3 13 

a net 



hEPTlfiviliiiii i)a ;j >o n^js. 


Ka) itio. l«1-7 39m iii». j Ntev* mo.15d.6iu 


15 U. ,!J( . 


Last qr. 8d. 4h. 35m, rno, | Firs q< . 23d. 5h. 


3(i;. mo. 


f<uil rnoon SOrV. 6'. 40m- al cr. 




m|w| Calendar, &x. |©ri-|©s. 


K.scii.jr. J s 
9~?9 Dtise 


VI 


1 3 u 1 1 Dry weather. 5 3 ! 


6 29 


m 


Venus ri*e 3h morn. 


5 32 


28 


10 


16 6 54 


33 


Bog flays enri 


5 3 


6 26 


! 1 


4| 7 2G: 


4|4 


ceo/ evenings and 


5 35 


25 


11 


54! 7 47 


55 


mornings. 


5 3t> 


&4 


morn. ! 8 24 


66 


O fast ck. 2m. 


6 38 


6 22 





50 9 2 


~r-l 


3) perigee 


5 3ft 


21 


1 


48' 9 57 


8F 


14 ft»; Tt. JN T at. B.V.M. 


5 U) 6 2< 


2 


40)10 51 


9 2 


variable weather. 


5 426 1* 


3 


5111 58 


03 


dear & cloudy by turns. 


5 43(0 17 


4 


52;morn. 


m; 


Com. Yale College 


5 44*6 lis 


5 


5j! 1 10 


(2* 


# station, now 


5 46J6 i/1 


6 


45 


2 21 


136 


6 d ? r j^fc/ 


."> 47|G 13 


7 


35 


3 33 


14J7 


*«m 


5 49.0 1 1 


8 


22 


4 44 


|5|F 


! 5 af- TYm. ?/<«r f/*/s 


5 50J0 10 


9 


7 J sets: 


16,2 


Day break 4h 9 m /wzc 


5 510 9 


9 


50! 6 31 


I 7.3 


without fail. 


5 5316 7 


10 


34| 6 50 


184 


O far.t elk 6m. 


5 54jb 6 


11 


19 7 53 


19 5 


If use 9h 15m 


5 55|6 5 


aft 


. 5 


7 51 


"20 


6 


pleasant weather. 


5 57 f 6 3 





53 


8 29 


2 


7 


Si. Matt. A%/i/* iqpte 


$ 58|6 2 


1 


43J 9 6 


y-i 


E 


16 at. T. 3 apo£, eooler. 


5 5916 1 


2 


3 4 


9 58 


' j 


2 


O en J =& ?i;£ m'y have 


6 


6 


o 


25 


10 50 


24 


S lluw tules ram near this 


6 


5 59 


4 


16 


11 53 


',25 


4 Venus rise 4h 8m mora 


6 2 


a 58 


5 


6 


morn. 


!fi 


5 


If station, tunc. 


6 4 


i 5s 


5 


56 


59 


27 


6 


Pleasant . agreeable 


6 5 


5 5 , 


6 


42 


2 10 


28 


1 


wrather. 


6 7J5 53 


7 


29 


3 I9i 


3 


E 


17 aft. Trin. 6 8 5 52 


8 


16 


4 29! 


*0 ; ! 0fast elk fOm. 6 5 5. 


9 


i 


3 riffl 



OCTOBER nalh 3! days 



Lastqr, 7d- loh, 57m. rooTTPlrsi qc. 233, th. 1m. mo*. 
>Jew mo. I4d< 8>». 45m- af. j Full nf*f*. 30d. 4h. 54m. mo. 



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Calendar, &c. j@ ri .|®s.j F .sea. jr. J s 



9 56TT58 
iO 50 6 34 

11 49j 7 10 



1 ;3 
24 

3(5 



4 


6 


5 


7 


7 


V 

2 


8 


3 


i) 


-I 


10 


5 


I 


6 



19 

2 1 

^2 

^3 

2 4 

25 
26 
. 7 
£8 
29 
30 



j#i'6e 8h 32 a i Ex pea 
V^nus rise 4 b 24m rain 
Day br. 4h 40m J) pen. 
high tidt s near this lime. 
©fast elk 12m attended 

18 a f T . with high winds 
7*s rise 7h l3ru. 

Pleasant for a few 
days. 
D0J variable weather. 

high winds. 
$ gr. rion, grows some 

19 af. Tr. cooler. 
V rise 7h. 36m. 
Days leno. lOh 58m. 



2 7 

3 F 
2 

'53 

4 some want of 

5 rain. 

6 jSt, Luke 3 apogee 

7 iO fast elk. 15m 
F|20 aft. Trin. 

2 [Venus rise 5b 13m 

3 Pleasant weather. 

4 ;0 ent. t^ 8h 3ui aft. 
5*5 station 

6 Day br. 5I> 2m 

7 Thick smoky air. 
F 21 aft, Trin. 

2 St. Simon and J tide 

3 O fast elk. 16m. 

4 !<? O h weather grow 



en 

13 
6 16 
6 It) 



6 

6 20 
621 
6 23 
6 24 
G26 
627 
62 
6 30 
63 
6 32 
634 
6 35 
6 36 
6 38 
6 39 
6 40 
6 42 
6 43 
6 44 
6 45 
6 4f 
647 
6 49 
Q5 



548 
5 47 

5 45 



5 44 mornj 8 4 



54 
54l| 
5 40 
5 39 
5 37 
5 36j 
5 34* 
5 33 
5 32 
5 30 
5 29 
5 28 
5 26 
5 25 
5 24 
5 22 
521 
5 20 
5 18 
5 17 
5 16 
5 15 
5 14 
513 
5 11 
5 9 



50 8 58 
5410 5 
.11 12 



55 
50 
40 
27 
12 
55 
38 
22 
7 
55 
44 
aft. 34 



.morn 
19 
1 
2 
3 
4 



33 
39 
46 
51 
3 sets 
5 29 



25 



15 10 

5?11 



53iuorn. 





I 
2 
3 

4 

Dnsf 



13 
2\ 
29 
37 



NOVEMBER hath 30 days. 


Last qr. Sd. 7h. 49m. ait- 


First qr. L'ld.6n. 37m. af« 


New mo. 13'J. lh. 49n.af. 


Full mo 28d 2h. 55m. af, 


m|wj Calf ridar, <Ve. 


l©ri.|©s.jF.sea.|r. 5? 


l.GiAll saints, 9 vi. 5h 45m 


,6535 7.11 45 


6 48 


2' ( 7 Pleasant 16 5415 fc 


mom 


7 56 


aF 22 aft. Trio, weather. 6 ^>5 


5 5 


50 


9 .A 


4!2 


Transit of $ .infe. 6 © $ 6 56 


5 4 


1 52 


10 17 


5j3 


r/15 cortf northerly fvintkm 5 7 


5 3 


2 49 


11 30 


6|4 


remind us of approaching, 6 58 


5 2 


3 41 


morn. 


7j5 


©fast elk. ItHfl winter, j6 59 


5 1 


4 29 


43 


8!6 


Day break 5h 22aa 7 


5 


5 13 


1 50 


9J7 


6 $ 9 77uc&, jfiasy, 


7 1 


4 59 


5 56 2 55 

6 39! 4 


10|F 


23 aft. Trin. AM 


7 3 


4 57 


11 





smoky weath- 


7 4 


4 56 


7 2l! 4 59 


12 


3 JtT ; we may have rain 


7 5 


4 55 


8 5 5 58 


13 


4 \6 O D w^ar tftza fan*. 


7 6 


4 54 


8 51>sets. 


U 


5 ! 5 sta. Days lea. 9h46m'7 7 


4 53 


9 39 5 8 


15 


6 ; <J apogee J7 9 


A 51 


10 29 5 56 


16 


7 j Pleasant for the seah 10 


4 50 11 19 6 45 


17 


F24 aft. Triii, son, but j7 11 


4 49 aft 12; 7 40 


I8;2 


booh grows 


7 124 48 


53| 8 37 


193 


7*s sou.l lh 56m. colder. 


7 13 ( 4 47 


1 46 9 44 


20 4 


Cool frosty 


7 144 46 2 3l[l0 5i 


2i 6 


D O 3) nights. 


7 15 4 45| 3 16jl 1 58 


22 b 


O ent / 3h after. 


7 16; 4 44 3 59 morn. 


237 


zVbw Vti **/??£ fo prepare 


7 I7 ( 4 43 4 44 


59 


24JF 


25 aft, Trin. /or 


7 18 4 42: 5 30 


2 10 


25,2 


7*s sou. 1 lh 30m winter 


7 19;4 4l] 6 20 


3 22 


2t) ! 3 


0;»y break 5h 35m 


7 19j4 4lj 7 14 


4 32 


27J4 


IV e may expect rain or 


7 20|4 40 8 14 


5 43 


28,5 


O fast elk. 12m. snow 


721 439 9 18 


3 rise 


296 5 perigee, high tides. 


7 224 38 10 15 


5 20 


30J7 St. Andrew, soon. 7 224 38 1131 6 39 



f 


Div E i KEK hath 3 d \s i 


Lr 


it qr. 5A. 7'n. 55m. mo. | Nc w mo. i3d.8n.43m. mo i 


Firstqr. 21d.9h 29m. m -\ | Fair.,-. 


28d. lb. 17m. mo 


m|vv| Calendar, &cc. |.©r.| 


@^.|Rsea 


r. j)s 1 


1 


HA i. Suad, ColdtveatfObr 1 %Z 


4 37intOTU. 


7 55i 


2 


2 iM7*8 $chj. 1 Ih. ;7 24 


4 3d 32 


9 9 


3 


3 ©fast clock 9m. and [7 2 


4 3t> 


1 28 


o 22: 


A 


t 


Day for 5h41m s/jo/y 1725 


4 35 


2 IS 


n 23; 


5|5 


Dftytfength 9h 10m J7 25 


4 35 


3 4 


morn,] 


^ i 


may be expected |7 26 


4 34 


3 48 


23] 


7 7 


scon. ;7 20 


4 34 


4 30 


1 40! 


BjF 2d in- Adv. & Concep. 1.7 2/ 


4 33 


5 12 


2 4f 


9|2iftosrflfi* [of B.V.M.j7 27 


4 o3 


5 66 


3 4-1' 


10 


3 


for the season, 7 28 


4 32 


6 -10 


4 4«! 


11 


4 


j) suns low. hut scon \f-2S 


4 3- 


7 2: 


5 49: 


12 


fi 


cloud* u/i a .Horm of'j 29 


4 31 


8 10 


6 49; 


13 6 | 3 apogee, smm? o^ rain. 7 29 


4 31 


9 6 


$set$ 


14J7 Washington dted 1799.'? 29 


4 3 


9 56 


5 25] 


I5|FJ3d in Advem ijj |7 28 


4 3: 


jO 45 


6 25) 


1 8i2 ul/or^ moderate for a jew 7 2T; 


4 3 


i l 33 


7 25' 


L$3| tfot/*, 6 W * 7 28 


4 3 > 


*K. 18 


3 29i 


18J4 O fast elk. 3m* wow [7,30 


4 30 


1 2 


9 m 


l-9|5 !7*s sou. 91) 4.5m gfsma 7 3<". 


4 3<> 


I 45 


■0 37? 


(20 it) *old and blustering. [ISO 


i 30 


2 27 


! 1 491 


pi 7 Sh Thonns ©ent. r^ ;i 3<; 


1- 3') 


3 1! 


sTioro, j 


22 F4ih in Advent. Cold 7 30 


4 30 


3 57 


46 


pfa 


gup. 6 O ? • wsatlier, 7 30 


4 36 


4 47 


1 5-4 


24 3 


O & elk. ev. &cfrs likely"! 30 


4 30 


5 42 


3 7 


[26 Li 


Christmas, for snow 7 0t3 


6 4 2 


A 19 


p|5 


St. Stephed softn. 7 2914 1 


7 47 


5 3*5 


*7« 


Si. John, 3 [terigfje, 729<43i 


8 5 1 


■:• 3o 


Bffl7 


Oh ! see how soon ,7 2° j4 3 ! 


59 


frrisev 


p!F 


lUo i\i\'M r ; f (! Stioj '7 2" 


10 50 


6 32 


ao2 


Mis chcIui^ race |7 2Rl4 3/ 


1 1 5 I 


7 53 


|3 L3 Rg^iu lias run. 7 23J432 


Hi-; :;. 


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to one hundred, in shillings, pence and farthings. 



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GOVERNMENT OF 

Executive and Legislative Department* 

HIS EXCELLENCY" 

OLIVER WOLCOPT, Esq. 

GOVERNOR, 
HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGEHSOLL* 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

SENATORS. 



Hon. Freder'k. Wolcott, 
Elias Perkins, 
David Tomlinson, 
Sjhester Welte, 
John S. Peters, 
Enoch Burrows, 



Hon. David Hili, 
Joshua Stow, 
Orange Mervvhj 3 
David Plant, 
Dixon Hali, 
Samuel Foot. 



William W. Boardaian, Esq. Clerk of the Senate. 

Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 
Jamls Thomas, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac- 
counts. 

James Hillhouse, Esq. Commissioner of tk$ 
School Fund* 



20 

POLL OF THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

May— 1821. 



Elisba Phelps, Esq, Speaker. 
Nashan Johnson, Seth" P. Beers, Esqrs. Clerks. 
Hartford, Luther Savage, Nathan Johnson 
Merlin, Elijah Francis, Samuel Hart 
Bristol* Tracy Peck 
J8rwlington t Sylvester Norton 
Canton, Alvin Humphreys 
Kast-Hartferd, Shubael Griswbld, R. R' Phelps 
JCa&t. Windsor, Eli B. Basket!, E. L. Phelps 
Enjield, Henry Terry, Wra. Dixon 
Farmingfon, Timothy Pitkin, John Mix 
Glastenbury, David E. Hubbard, George Risley 
Granby Henry Pratt, A'pheus Hayes 
Ifartland, Jared Newell, w . Williams 
JlldrM)oron*-h 9 EHsha Buell 
Shnskury, Elisha Phelps, Ariel Mitchelson 
Southing-Ion, Hos. Moore, Chester Grannis 
SuJ/'iekClaUthe* Loomis, Samuel Smiih 
Weiltercfeldt Asher Uobins, Wm. Williams 
Windsor* James Newberry, Hezeki&h Chaffee. 
New Haven. Ralph I. Ingersol!, Wm Mi$ 
JBranford, Ebenezer Linsley, John Potter 
Cheshire, Rufus Hitchcock, S- A. Foot 
Derby, Jerry French 
East Haven, Philemon Holt 
Guilford, Nathaniel Gnffjng, Wm Todd 
Ham den, Joel Ford 
jMeriden, Levi Yale 
JMidd'ebury. Philo Bronson 
Miljord, Samuel B- Gunn, S. Durr.nd, jr. 
JVorth-Jlaven, Daniel Pierpont 
Oxford, Abel Wheeler 
Stfiithbyry, Truman MpaeJy 
ffieAUrigfora Abel Cooke, Ira Vale 



21 

Waterbury. Obadlah Warner, Eiias Ford 

Wokotts fremun Hall 

Woodbridge, Noyes Darling A. French 

New-London, Christopher Manwarring, Henry MasoR 

Norwich, Elisha Tracy, Asa lioath 

Bozrah, Ezra Lathrop 

Colchester, ,). R Watrons, John Isham, jr. 

Franklin, Burrell Wood worth 

Gviswold, Alexander Stewart, jr. 

Groton, Nathan Niles, Elisha Stoddard, jr. 

Lisbon, Tyler Brown 

Lyme, John S. Rogers, Daniel Anderson 

Jtloniville, Nathaniel Bradford 

North -Stoning tou, B. Langworthy, Benjamin Pomeroy 

Preston, Henry Brown, Joseph W. Brewster 

Salem, Al am ford Dolbear 

Stoning ton, Giles R. Ha! lam, Asa Fish 

Water ford, Comstock Chapel. 

Fairfield, A. D. Baldwin- Jonathan Bulkley 

Danbury, Elijah Gregory, Eden Andrews 

JSrookfield, Zaehariah Starr 

JDarien, Thaddens Bell 

Greenwich, Stephen Waring, Jared Smith 

Huntington, A. Leavenworth, N". G. Birdseye 

New Canaan, Stephen Ho^t 

JS'ewlFairfield' Samuel T. Barnum 

J\exvtown, Timothy Shepard, Z. Clark, jr.' 

Korwalk, Moses Gregory, J. Quintard, jr. 

Redding, Seth Wheeler, Daniel Barlow 

JRidge field, Benjamin Line9, Aaron Lea 

Sherman, Jedediah Graves 

S amford, Joseph Wood, Charles Hawley 

Stratford, Wilson Hawley, Asa Curtis 

Trumbull^ Eli Edwards 

Weston, Oliver C. ? an ford, Abel Gregory 

miton, Bela St. John. 

Windham, Zephaniah Swift, Edmund Badges 

Jhhford, John NT. Snmner, David Keyes 

Brooklyn, Vine Robinson 

Canterbury* Asahel Bacon, Ephratin Spaftbrd 

V9htmbia 9 Ger shorn Dorrfince 



22 

Ffam}ton % Solommi Taintor 
Jkillfagly, Fenuel Hutthins, Jos Buck 
Lebanon, D. Hutchinson, Abel Goodwin 
^Mansfield, Heman Stem, Stephen Brighant 
J'tetin field, John Dun lap, Joseph Eaton 
jPomfret, Darius Mathewson, George Sharp 
Sterling, John Thurston 
'J'homps9n> James Wheaton, Stephen Crosby 
Voluntown t Miner Robbins 
Woodstock, John Paine, T. B. Chandler 
\A tchfiel D.John Welch, Seth P. Beers 
Jlavkhamsteadt John Merriis-, Elijah Jones 
JStthfam, Joseph H. Bellamy 
Canaa?i, As?! S. Brewster, llenajah Douglass 
Coieorook, Laimceiot Phelps, Henrv Bliss 
Cornwall, VVilliaia Bennett. Samuel Hopkins 
Goshen, Noah Humphrey, Moses Cook 
Jiarwinton, Bli Candee, Marvin GriswoM 
Kent, Nathan Blo^on, jr 
New 'Hartford Asa Goodwin J Henderson. 
NewMiljbrd, Daniel A Pickett, Eli Todd 
•AV/«M?/Lawrence Mills, Eieazer Munger 
Plymouth. Calvin Butler 
Jloxbury, Silas Miner 

Salisbury, Samuel Church, Newman Hawly 
Sharon, Ansel Sterling, Samuel R Gager 
Torrington, Abiel Hinsdale, John'Giliet, jr. 
Washington, C. Hiekox, Ensign Bashpell 
Water town, Holbrook Curtis 
Winchester \ Matthew Adams, Hosea Hinsdali 
Woodbury, Daniel Bacon, Samuel Steele 
MiddlRtown, S ith Paddock, Elisha Treat 
Chatham, George \v bite, Ira Lee 
Durham, I) r idem an Guernsey, Dennis Cam^i 
}*) Haddum, Richard Lord, William Palmers 
/fadrfam, Simon Staler, Geo-ge W. Smith 
Kdhnpr-ivitrih, tared Elliott, Jed. Harris 
rSaybiook, John Aver, Joseph Mill 
Tolland, Calvin Willey., tie/,. Nye 
JJvhon, J;ibez U Watte, jr. 



Cwntviiy Rtaussr Pomiroy, Daniel White 

Huntington Joseph Abbott 

Hebron, Abner Hendee, K : eazer Sweetland 

Somen, Araariah Kibbey, jnn Solomon Fuller 

Stafford, llufus Leonard, R. Wood worth 

Union, David Lawaon. Manassah Howard 

Vernon, Francis M'Lean 

IViUiuLfion, Htram Rider, Ebenezer Root 



Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon Stephen T. Hosmjer, Chief Judge, 
fion. Mm T. Peters | Hon. Jeremiah G. Prainan! 



Asa Chapmaa William Bristol 

Thomas Day, e9q Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 



Allotment of Judges from June 1821, to June 

SUMMER SESSION. 

Oh- Justice Hosmer, Hartford -and Tolland O.u-.iies. 
Judge Peters, Windham and Now -London Counties* 
Judge Chapman* New-Haven hi. Middlesex Counties, 
Judge Brainard, Fail fit 11 County, 
Judge Bristol, Litchfield Cjun'y. 

VriVTEIt SESSIONS. 

Oh J. llosmer. Windham and New -London Counties* 
Judge Peters, Hertford and Tolland Counties. 
Judjie Chapman, Litchfield County* 
JuJge Uramard, New Plaver. ,swd Middlesex Count :**-. 
f!u(!.ge Bristol, Fairfield County. 



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COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Lemuel Whitman", Esq. Chief Judge.' 

Thomas Day, and John M. NiSes, Esquires. 

Thomas Chester, esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk o! 

the Superior Court, 



Justices of the Peace* 

ffariforti—1 ohn T. Peters, Wm. Moseiy, Elisha Colt, 
John Caldwell, Thomas Day, Joseph Trumbull, Johra 
Rusra, Hezekiah Huntington, Isaac Spencer, Luther Savage, 
Nathaniel Seymour, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson*, 
Talcott Wolcott, JohnM. Niles, Charles Sigonmey, Na- 
thaniel Goodwin, Simeon Griswold, Thomas K. Brace, 
Isaac Tousey, esquires. 

Berlin — Daniel Ditabar, Jabez Langdon, Andrew Pratt, 
Luther Berkley, Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin Al- 
len, John Dunham 2d, esquires. 

Bristol — Enos Ives, Joel Truesdale, Philip Gaylord, 
Cornelius B Andrews, esquires. 

Burlington'— 'Simeon Hat t, Eiias Wooden, Wm. Marks* 
esquires. 

Canton" -Solomon' Everest, James Humphreys, Jared 
Mills, jr. Benjamin Weed, jr. esquires, 

Ea$i-Ifarlford-—$&m\\e\ Pitkrn, Levi Goodwin, George 
Cheeney, Joseph Pitkin, Lemuel White, Dudley Wood*, 
bridge, Joseph Treat, Ephraim Wyllys, esquires, 

East Windsor— Timothy Ellsworth, Jonathan Bfcrttetr, 
Joel Holkii.s. Eli B. Haskt*!!, Godfrey Scarborough, Jona- 
than Pasco, Asher Allen, Dayiei Hayden, Horace Barber, 
Er.^tns Strong, Kliiott Grant, esquires. 

Bnf?eld~- Henry Terry, E!am 0. Potter, Wm. Dixon, 
Lo; rain T Pease, Lemuel Kinpjhbury, Jabez Collins, es* 
quires. 

Furmingioti— John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, George Nor- 
ton, Horace Cow!es, Lemuel Whitman, Neadiah IVocdfaffi 
A mas a Woodford, e«qui?es. 



Glci8tenbiiri/~7.cy,h*m*h A. Smith, Pardoa Brown, Da* 
Vitl El Hablmrd, Samuel Wells, Jeremiah Slocking, George 
Merrick, Solomon Coie, esquires. 

Gmnby— Joab Griflin, juu. Joel Holcomb, James Dib- 
* hie, Daniel Benjamin, Horace Clark, James Forward, 
Daniel B. Holcomb, esquires. 

Mankind— Philander Humphrey, Nathaniel Boswortb. 
Jared Newell, EUra Doolitle Eii Wilder, Wyllys Wright, 
esquires. 

Marlborough— }oe\ Foote, Israel Foote, Elisha Buell* 
Samuel F. Jones, esquires. 

SitHsbHri,— Gakin Barber, William Mather, Elisha 
Phelps, Asaph Toller, James Goodwin, Joseph Pinuey, 
John O. RettibOne, esquires. 

Sbuthingrton—Ro^r Whittlesey, John E. Benjamin, 
Theodore Bvingtonj Joseph Clark. 

Sty/field— Wjttitim Gay, Oliver Pease, Martin Sheldron, 
Andrew Deniscn, Charles Shepard, esquires. 

Wethersfield—h>\m Williams, Ezekiel P. Belden, Mar- 
tin Kellogg, jr. Robert Francis, Elijah Reach, William 
Webb, esquires. 

Windsor— E:i ward Selden, Luther Fitch, Richard Niles, 
Joseph H. Russell, James Loomis, Oliver Thrall, Heze* 
kiah Ghatfwe, John a. Hart, esquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 

Hezekiah Huntington, Esq Stnte Attorney. 

Hartford— Willi; ; rn Mostley, Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel 
Terry s Hezekiah Huntington, Jonathan W. Edwards, 
Thomas S. Williams, Waiter Mitchell, Thomas Hunting- 
ton, jr. Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Na- 
than Johnson, John M Gannet, John M. Niles, George 
Willys, William W EMsworth, Henry L Ellsworth, Alfred 
Smith, Xiaac Touafey, Oliver E, Williams, Samuel H Hun- 
tiigton, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Ichabod 
Bulk ley, esuuire*. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A. Andrews esquires. 

East. i/arfor //—Ralph R. Phelps.G. W. Gri»wo!d, esqrs* 

East-Windsor— Godfrey Scat borough, John Watson, 3d, 
esquire?. 

Enfield— -Henry Terry, Wiitfaiti Dixon, Lorrain T. 
Pease, squires, 



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Farnnngion— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Ja» 
*:ed GriswnW, esquires. 

Gtasfenbury— Zepheniah H, Smith, George Merrick; 
< squires. 

G^avby— Thomas Holcomb, Grove Griswold, Silas Hig-- 
ley, James Li Smith, Hiram 11. Pcttibone, esquires. 

Si'mtkura — Wm. WilM&tnn, Eiisha Phelps, esquires 

Son; lung io?i — lloger Whittlesey, Samuel li. Woodruff, 
esquires. 

Sujfield—'Wm Gay, Seih Pai*sou3, Charles Miepapd, 
Wm. (J Gay, esquires. 

Wetherzjield — Asher Rabbins, Eli juh Ke&ch, esquires 

Windsor — John Sargeint, Joseph HL Hussel, Apollos D» 
Bales, eujfiiires. 

Noah A. Phelps, esq Hartford-, Sheriff. 

U'puty iS7/(?r/^A— Horace Wads worth, Hartford. M*rtin 
BocUwcP, East-Windsor. Henry Kingsbury, Enfield- 
Pomeroy Strong, Farmingtcn. Jonathaa Welles, Glastcrir 
bury. David Latham, Gran by. Jefifery O. Phelps, Sims* 
bury Rysweil King, Jona. Pomeroy, Sufiield. Henrg* 
SRI, Windsor. 

Charles Washburn, Hartford, GaoleY. 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

TsaA-C Mills, Esq Chief Judge. 

Abel Wheeler, John Humphreys, jr= esquires, 

Henry Daggett, esq Treasurer. 

Henry C. F'a;?, e^q. Clerk 

Cornelius Tuthill, Cieik of the Superior C^urt. 

Jiislifes of the Peace. 
Se-c HGv~n--\\V jam Bristol, Isaap Mills, Nathan Smith, 
Efisha Munon, Eli Whitney, Charles Heuison, -ffineas 
Mttiiscaa, jr. Isaac Gilbert, Charles Hostwjck, John Hunt, 
^d. Chauiicey Bunco, Cbi:i:i.:h ilotchk^s, fleniamin Gran- 
ts, William Mix, Andrew Ridston, Lent Sfrshnp, Ralph 
I Jrger3o*!, James Barnes, Nathan F'.r.tts, H?nrj C. 
Flagg, esquires. 



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J*i*anfovd~~ lames Barker, Benjamin Page, O.r'm tl. 
fqnire, Calvin Frishie, AugiisMis Baldwin, Jaoob FiUhie, 
jr. John Potter, Abraham Rogers, jr. Henry Taintor, es- 
quires. 

Cheshire — Samuel Peck, Rufus Hitchcock, Andrew 
Hull, Wiliiam Law, Biursge Beach, Keubeti W. Iloyce, 
squires. 

Derby — Fhilo Bassett, John Humphreys, juu. Sheldon 
•Curtiss. BusseJ Hitchcock, esquires 

Eust- Haven— Enoa Hemingway, EJeazer Hemingway, 
l)e Grasse Maltby, John Hemingway, enquire*. 

Gii{frrd-l\-AX x 'tt\ Ckkteey, Samuel Fowler, Reuben El- 
liott, John P Meig?, David S. Fowler, Frederick Lee, 
Timothy Stone, William spencer, George G< iswold, Wil- 
liam Todd, Js»red S«ia:»lon, Henry Elliot, George Landon, 
e«qui es. 

Hamdeu—Amzsa. Bradley, Russcl Pierpont, Hezekiah 
J. Warner, Jared Bassett, Joseph Gilbert, Jo>.:l Ford, 
esquires. 

Mer idem— J ared Benham, Benajah Andrews, William 
Ya*e, Titus Ives, esquires. 

J\JidfJ'ebury—Ki\th;iv.\e\ Richardson, Asahel Bronson, 
Jam.es I) Wooster, esqrttres, 

•ft HI ford— Wiiham l3o>aod, Wi'.'am Strong, Iehabod A. 
\Voodru3*, .Jonathan Clark, Abij».h Carnngton, iJ)u.vid 
Treat, t-squ'i cs 

North Hatsn — Jtashaa Barnes, Justus Bishop, Daniel 
Fierpont, Jacob Bassett, Giles Pierpont, 2d, esq aires . 

Oxford — Uiivid .Tomlinson, Abel Wheeier, Charles 
Bunnel, Jared Mawley. esquires, 

Soulhbvry —Burton CanfiVld, Amos Johnson, WiHiatn 
IFinman, Moses Wheeler, John Moseley, John Pierce, jr. 
esqu'res. 

WaUm$fo\rdi«- Aaron Hail, Samuel Cook, Amos Duttcn, 
Caleb Cook, jr. Hunn Monsoti, Ma!achi Conk, Ira Yale, ta~ 
quires. 

Waterbury— -John Kingsbury, Daniel Stee'e, Ashley- 
Scott, Woodward If etc hkiss, James SeoviH, Ebas Forde, 
Andrews Adams, esquires. 

tf'ooafiridge—iamis Thomas, Ezra K'tmbeHy., George 



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P. Pock, Archibald A. Perkins, Adonijah French, Jok# 
Darling, Noyes Darling, John Dibble, esquires. 
holcott — Ambrose fves, Archibald Miner, esquires 

Practising Attorneys, 

Kaihan Smith, esq. State Attorney. 

NewJfaven — William Hlllhouse, David Daggett, Siitft* 
on Baldwin, Nathan Smith, Seth P. Staples, Henry W. 
Edwards, Charies Denison, Leonard £. Wales, Ralph I. 
Ingersoll, John Beaeh, Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel J« Hitch- 
cock, Dennis Kimtoerly, Henry C Fiagg, Boger S. Skinner, 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Joel Jones, William W Boardman,, 
Ralph Lockvyood, Hector Humphreys, esquires.- 

Cheshire—Buvrnge Beach, esq, 

J)er6y~J.ohn L Tomlinson, esq. 

Guilford — William Todd, esq 

■4/erzVert — Benajah Andrews, esq. 

JYL/ford— Eheneser Andrews, Davrd B. Tngersojl, esqv&j 

JSouihbury—FAhvzii] Hinman, Simeon Hinman, esquired 

IVaterbuvy— Cyrus Clark* Bennet Bronson, esquires. 
Charies H. Pond, esq Mi I ford, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Erastus Osborn, Horace Beach, IS T e\r* 
Haven- Silas Hitchcock, Cheshire. Andrew Johnson, 
Ijferfoy Samuel Yale, Meriden t Horace Candee, Oxford, 
Asa .Johnson, Southbury. Nathan Nettleloa, Wcodbriritge* 
Marcus Bctsford, Water) my. 

David Butler, New -Haven, Coaler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON, 



COUNTY COURT. 

lion. Eli as Pekkins, Chief Judge. 

William Randall, Benjamin Coit, esquttes* 

Joseph Williams, esq Treasure^ 
Charles Lalhrop, etq. Clerk, and Ctufc <?f ite Superb 



CbttiV 



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Justices of (he Peace. 

New- London— Jeremiah G. Brainard, Blias Perkins, Ja- 
cob B. Gurley, Fbenezer Learned, Isaac Thompson, Wil- 
liam Stockman, Christopher Mpnwarring, Christopher 
Grimnj>, Oliver Champlain, Lodowick Fotdick, esquires. 

jYor-.vkh — James Lanman, Benjamin Coit, Ktastus Hun- 
tington, Simeon Thomas, Joseph Williams, Jame3 Sted- 
inao, Benpimn Snow,CharIe8 P. Huntington, George Per- 
kins, Filrwetl Coit, Jtohn Hyde, John Fanning, Eleazer 
Uugers, Charles Perkins. Georgfe Hill, Ro&we'l Morgan, 
Benjamin Tracy, John H. Town sew], esquires. 

j^irafe^-JoahUa Stark, Gardner Avery , Win. Whiting, 
Ezra Laihrop, esquires. 

Colchester— John ti. Wntrous, Benjamin Trumbull, 
Famuel A Peters, John Bigelow, Zichuriah Oimstcad, 
Daniel Carrier, Kalph Is ham, Artemas Worlhington, ta- 
qjl'kree. 

FrankHn— Eli Hartshorn, Ira Abel, Darius Frink, Eiisha 
1 rink esquires. 

GVww/a ; -Wra. Clift, Hezekiah Bonrdmsn, Welcome 
A. Xi<«ewnmg, Alexander Stewart* jr. Jedediah Harrow, 
Ephr&irn ilerrick, L 2d . Eltas Brewster, Elisha Partridge, 
Thomas Stewart, Lot Kinney, esquires. 

Groton — Noyes Barber, Ebtrjbezei* Avery, *r. Ralph 
HutUmt, John O. Miner, Amos A Niles, Uorvve! fish, Ca- 
lejt) Avery, Joku Brewster ♦John Spieer 2d, Wo. vniiiams. 
l{o r 'ma,i Niles, Palmer Hewitt, Kiisha Ayres, esquires- 

Lisbon — Wm Adams, Freeman Tracy, Daniel Braman, 
Joseph L. Lyon, Joseph Hewitt. Quires. 

Lyme — Moses VVarren, Joseph E Ely,Ebenezer BrOck- 
way- Richard E. SeJden, Charles Smith, Samuel B. Math- 
er, jr. Joel Loom is, Joseph Chad wick, Henry M*. Wait, 
Huei Roy ce, esquires. 

Mqntville — Asai.e! Otis, Nathaniel Bradford, Stephen G. 
XhaUher, Jonathan ComstocjK, esquires. 

North- Stoning-ton— Si allien Avery, Ritas Hewitt, Na- 
than Pendleton, Sands- Cole, Chester Smith, ilenjamin Po- 
ineroy v Wm. Kandail, jr. John Langworthy, jr.. Thomas 
Wheeler, Perez Hewitt, David Coat?, Ichabod Brown, en- 
quires, 



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Pv&&ton~~ S&p&ew Meech, Denison Palmer, Jonathan 
Brewster, James Cooke. Benjamin Harm, Robert S. Ave- 
ry, Elisha Story, esquires. 

Salem — Joseph M organ, Henry Pei kins, Ebenezer A f 
Packer, Vine Stoddard, esquiies 

Stonigton~ *Etfbch Burrows, W1ljram Randall, Codding*- 
ton Billings, Isaac Williams, 2d, Park Williams, William 
Robinson, George Hobbard, Amos Gallup, Elias Brown, 
Gurdon Trumbull, Giles Ft. HaiLm, Asa Fish, A^xander 
G. Smith, Elishn Faxon, Samuel F Denison, esquires. 

Waterford— Charles Avery, Benajah Cardiier, Griswold 
Avery, Joshua B Chapel, Edward R. Warren, Thomas 
Shuw Perkins, esquires. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Jacob B Gurley, esq. Stale Attorney. 

New- Loudon-~\j) man La w, Jacob B. Gtirfey, Wiliiam 
P Cleuveland, Jirah Isham, Ebenefcer Learned, William 
V. Brainard, Charles Griswold, George H. Richards, Wil- 
liam P. Cleave iand, jr. esquires. 

Norwich — Calvin Gnddattf, James Lannwn, John Hyde, 
Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Perkins,, George 
Hill, Roswel Morgan, henry Strong, Chatles Perkins, es^' 
quires. 

Colchester— Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters* 
Amherst Seovif, esquires. 

G?iswo/J-^Samui;i C Morgan, Jostph L- Coit, esqtfyK«. 

J,ytne — Henry M. Waite, Charles J.'M'Cmdy, esquires* 

Preston — Jeremiah Malsev. esq. 

Stonington— Coddinglon Billings, George Hubbard, &* 
founder G. Smith, Eiias Brown, enquires. 

j\ ■ onh-Stonington — Benjamin Pome.ov, esq, 

fVaterjord — Thomas Shaw Perkins, e*q, 

Simeon Smith, esq. New London, Sheriff 

Deputy Sheriffs- Nathan Raymond, New -London, 

Charles Thomas, Elijah Ames, Norwich. Newhall Tain- 
tor, Colchester. Stephen Haley, Grot on. Peter Corn- 
stock, Lyme Nathaniel Kimball, Preston. Ztbuli >n 
Ch«>stbrough, Stonington. 
W illiarp, Lax, New-Loiidou ; Saniuel JBajley, Norw'&h 

Grafted 



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COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Rcbert Fairchild, Esq Jadg&. 

Stephen Wheeler, Zaimon Wildman, esquire&s 

Jeremiah Siurges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk, and Clei k of Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield— T)*xtt Hill, Samuel Rowland, Hull Bradlery 
f£}iph*let s5wt:t T Amo3 Burr, Gideon Tomlinson, JoKei 
Hull, Jessup Wakeman, Jeremiah Sturgess, Seymour Tay- 
lor, Gershom Burr, John Staples, esquires. 

Danbury -Daniel B. Cooke, Daniel N. Carrington, Sam- 
uel H. Philips, William Cook, Nathan Seeiey, Fhioeas 
Taylor, Zalmon Wildman, Russel Hoyt, esquires. 

Broalrjield — Daniel Tomlinson, Robert B. Haggles, Ela 
lingoes, Stephen Gregory, esquires. 

JBridgeport — 

Greenwich — Gilbert Close* David Wood, William Knapp, 
Joshua Ferris, esquires. 

Bw.itington- Abel French, £oenezer Beardsler, Lemaet 
Hudson, "Samuel Wheeler, Joseph Stietton, Israel A* 
T>eardsiey, Samuel fc> Mills, David B. I\\\Uon, Heiekiah. 
Marks, Fbil'p Nicjioli, Salmon Wells, esquires. 

"Sew Cunnan — Isaac Richards, Nathan Seeiey, Aaron 
Comstot-k, esqnres. 

KeW'Fairfidd — Samuel I\ Barnum, Jabez Tread wel^ 
David Lane, esquires 

JVVw/owtt—Asa Chapman, Timothy Shepard Joseph B. 
Vvheeer, Lam&on Birch, Benjamin Hard, Adoniram 
Fairchikr, Samuel C. Blackmail, Zaehariah Clark, jr. Smith 
Booth, esquires. 

Norwif'ic — Henry Belden, Farnabaa Marvin, Clark Bis- 
sel, Seth Taylor, Benjamin Isaacs, Wai. \i. Bstts, Tig^tf* 
deu,s Belts, James QitiaUiil, jr. esquires, 



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Jie/!uin£—Y>'M-y Onastock, Jonathan ft. ?zvifavi\, Ww. 
San ford, Jonathan Meeker, Ilezekiah Read, jr. Aaron Sau* 
ford i j«* esquires. 

BidgrfieltlTrf: amue! ?tebbius, Jesse S. Bradley* Bradley 
'Hull, Stephen C. Lines, Isaac Lewis, Lot Forester, es- 

(TjUifCS 

Stamford— j£&n Augur, James Stephens, Simeon H. 
Miner, John Davenport, Isaac Lockwood, John Weed, jr. 
Charles Hawley, esquires 

Stratford — Robert Fairchild, Jabez H.Torolinson, Elijah 
TJtTord,~ Danie! Judson, David i*lant, Abijah Brooks, es- 
quires 

Sherman — David Northrop, Jedediah Graves, Wm Gid- 
dfngs, Jaraes A. Giddings, esquires 

r l'rumhuil — Stephen Beardslee, Ebenezer Wheeler, 
Jarftea Beasdslee, Ellhu Beach, fames Beard slee 2d, Amos 
II. Wbeeteri Elijah Middlebrooks, esquirtes. 

IVcslon — Jeremiah Rowland, ?saac Betinet, Simeon Fan- 
ton, Calvin Wheelerjr. Joseph Bennett, Stephen Wheeler 
Oliver C Stanford, Joshua Adams jr esquires. 

Wilton— Mnu'oew Marvin, Ezekiei Siurges, Daniel 
Cbuich jr. Beta St John, esquires. 

Pro cHsjing Jit torn eys* 
Matthew V-. Whittlesey, esq. Slate Attorney. 

FurJrcUl — Samuel B Sherwood*. Samuel fto%!and, Ro^ 
ger M Siit-rman, 3 SOpbalet Swift, Gideon Tcruiinson, Da.- 
niel Wr.kemao, Thomas B. Sherwood, Henry Sherwood, 
esquires. 

I)an&u> , yT~Mblt\iew B \VhHttesey, Alansoji Hamlin # 
Reuben Booth, T ho ma* T. Wfckttesey, Edward A. Tay- 
lor, esonires. 

Bridgeport— Joseph Backus, Eberezer -Seeley, j«fn. 
Philip A Cannon, .esquires. 

Mrookfield—Herriiin Burch B -i. esquire!?. 

Qreetrtmch — Timothy Wr.:I.-r, dames B. Fairchii,d T 
- yjA\U r, enquires 

Hitniii.fyiG'}—y.j\\v.$ BeardsJee. esq. * 

JSTevutpam --Samuel C. Blackman,j Timothy Shepard, 
B*nja F. ^lietton, esquires. 

fSonpalkt— Clark B'«zv\ t Tfeaddeuti Belt*, esquiies. 



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Sfttm/W-James Stevens, Simeon &. Miner, Joseph 
Wood, Charles ITawley, esquires. 

B ridgeport- Joseph Backus, Charles Wittton, Ebcaezer 
.geeley, jr Philip A. Cannon, esquires. 

'Irumbull— Amos K Whee!er t esq. 

Friend Starryesq. Sheriff, Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Aaron Seeley, Danbury. Samuel 
Hi'ov/n, Greenwich. John Peck, Huntington. Ilermnn 
Warner, Newtown. Wm G Bett*. Norwalk. John'B. 
Merritt, Redding. Davis Lock wood, Slant ford. Epenetus # 
Curtis, Bridgeport. 

Gaolers— Samuel Deers, Fairfield Jesse Crofut, Dm * 
l>ury. 

ff'vdg'efwrt Justices— (Renewed a day too late fur inser- 
tion in (he.fr proper place.) 

Noah Piumb, Char'es Winton, Philip A. Cannon, Isaac 
f.Iiermau, Ehenezer Seeley, Ethan Sherwood , esquires. *■ 

COUNTY OF -WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 



David Bolles Esq. Chief Judge. 

James Gordon, jr. Artemas Gurley, esquires, 

Hezekiah liipiey, esq. Treasurer. 

David C. Boiles, esq. Clerk* 

Samuel Gray, esq. Cierk of the Superior Court, 



Justices of the Peace, 

Brooklyn.— J oh a Parish, Vine Robinson, Samuel Scar- 
borough, esquires. 

Ashford ^ J ijMixfi Bytes, Levi Work, David Boiles, Ed- 
ward "Keye*. John Warren, Nathan Baywari* Michael 
Richmond, Thomas Dow esqai^s, 

Canterbury — Andrew I\ J ads on, Asahel Bacon, Gad 
Bulkley, Peter .Vforse, John Franois, Wm. O. Foster, lifc- 
fus Johnson, Stuart ChafTee, esquires. 

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Columbia— Sihxs Tuiler, !*etk Collins, Gershom Bo?- : 
ranee, Amherst Scoviflf esquires. 

HamptQn— Roger Taintor, Nathaniel P. Martin, Ros- 
well Preston, Charles Moulton, Chauncey F. Cieaveland, 
Daniel Searls, esquires. 

Killir\gly—Y.2.x% Hutehins, Joseph Adams, Anihony 
Brown, Ebenezer Young, Penuel Hutehins, Luther Wai* 
ren, Arba Covil, David Chase, esquires. 

Lebanon-* W m. T. Williams, Peleg'Thomas, jr. AsaheV 
Dewey, Daniel Hutchinson, Abel Goodwin, 1' bo mas Bib- 
cock, *^iiartes Abel, esquires. 

Mam field — Joha Salter, Zalmon Storrs, Artemas Gur-* 
ley, Selh Dunham, Luther Kingsley, David Conant, David 
AveriH, esquires. 

Plainjield — Joseph Eaton, John Lester, James Gordon 
jr. Sessions Lester, Aaron Crary, Jena. Gallup, John Dun- 
lap, esquires. 

Pomfrel— Lemuel Ingalls, Samuel Allen 2d-, Ephrafn* 
Ingalls, Pardon Kingsly, George bharpe, Thomas M, Gros- 
venor, Henry Sweeting, esquires 

Sterling— -Dixon Hall, Jeremiah Young, John Gallup-, 
esquires. 

7 how p son— George Lamed, John Jacobs, Simon Davis* 
Jonathan Nichols, John Nichols jr. Jesse Omsby, esquires* 

Voluntoiim — Jarnes Abxander, Steny Kinney, Amos 
Treat, esquires, 

Windham — Peter Webb, Jabez C'ark, Samuel Perkins^ 
Jol;n Baldwin, Edmund Badger, Roger Huntington, Amos 
D. Alien, J on a. Devotion, Albert Robertson, John Stani* 
ibid, esquires. 

W oodatock— J» hn McEellan, John Fox Ebenezer Stod- 
dard, John Paine, Wm Bowen, Abraham W, Paine, x Pc- 
&uei Coi bin, Luther Itawson, esquire 3. 

Practising fAtornc^. 

Andrew T, Judson, esq. State Attorney. 
Broollyn—Sohu Parish, Daniel Keyes, Jona. A Weleb> 
Vrid Fuller, esquire s. 

Jkhfoixl— Philip Harvard, *an_uel Ashley, csruii?5> 



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Canterbury— JluTus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Daniel 
Frost jr esquires. 

Columbia— Asahel C!ark jr. Joseph Clark esquires. 

Hampton— Joseph l'renlis, Chauncey b\ Cleaveland, es- 
quires. 

Killinghj— Ebenezer Young, esquire 

Ijebanon— Wm T. Williams, Denison Wattfcs jr. Henr^r 
Huntington, esquires A ^\ 4 V*ir\f\r* 

Mansfield— John Fitch, esq. X/*£X (UUb 

Pluirifield ^Joseph Eaton, esq. 

Pom/ret— John Halbrook, Elisha B. Perkins, Jona. F 
Hall, esquires. 




*oun£* 

esquires, 

fVoohstock— John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, Johr^ 
F. Williams, esquires. 

Edmund Freeman, Sheriff, Brooklyn. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Calvin Rawson, Woodstock. Soiomtm 
Sikes, Killingly. Wm. Hall, Plainfield. Chester Lyon, 
Canteibury. Socrates Balcom, Windham. Pliiii L , Pe^i ^ 
Hampton. Ebeneler Byles, Ashford. 

Ebenezer Baker, Brooklyn, gaoler. 



COUNTY OF UTCHFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Augustus PettiiJone, Esq. Chief Judge, 

Martin Strong, John Welch, esquires, 

Abel Catiin, esq. Treasurer. 

lion. Frederick VVolcott, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

Court. r 

Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield— Frederick Wo!cott f Asa Bacon, Phh* 
fas Mi'aer, Leyi CaUin, orris Weadruff, Seih P 



SQ 

Beers. Jabez W. Huntington, Jonathan BueU, Ozlas Lew-' 
$3, Ephraim S. Hall. Isaiah Bunce, Elihu Harrison. 

Rarkkamsted — John Merrils, WilHam Taylor, James 
Birge. Amos Beecher, Pnul Roberts, jr. Samuel Monson 

ltej/i/j?'n--Neliemiah Lambert, Samuel Bloss, Samuel 
Jackson, Nath&n burton, jr. 

Canaan—- Nathaniel Stevens. William M- Burrill, Joshua 
Cornwall, Benajah Douglass, William Hoilabird, William 
S. Hoilabird. 

Colebrook- -Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, Samuel 
Whitfoid, Lauticelot Phelps. 

CnrnxuaU — Oliver Burnham, Rufus Swrft,vVm ( Ke!Iogg, 
Ceo Whea'.ton, Samuel Hopkins, Victorianus Clark. 

Goshen— Truman Starr, Julius Beech, Alfred Walter, 
Tmioiby Collins, Giles Griswold 

H'anvinton — I^ewis Catlin, Benajah Griswold, James. 
Brace, Benajah Harden, Noah Wet ion 

Kent— Matthew Elliot Nathaniel P. Perry, John MiJts, 
John H. Swift; Nathan Sloason, Basse] Judd. 

JV 'era -Hartford — William G. Williams, Andrew Aberne- 
iliy, Isaac Kellogg, Elisha Case, jr Asa Goodwin. 

Jsevj-JlHlford — Elijah Board man, Reuben Warner, Ho- 
mer Boardraan, Eli Todd, David S. Boardman, Joe? San- 
ford, Stephen Crane, Perry Smith, Daniel Gaylord, Orange 
Me r win. 

Norfolk — Joseph Battel!, Michael F. Mills, Joseph, 
Iliggs^ Bushnell Knapp, Edmund Brown, Augustus Petti# 
bone 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Thomas JViileheli, Chauncey 
Warner, Raisom Blakeslee. 

Roccbury — Josiah % Eastman, Royal R. Hinman, Ste« 
phea Sanford, Silas Miner, John Troaori:;c:e. 

Salisbury— Riisha Sterling, Lot No; ton, ElipWet Whit- 
tJesny, John M. Holly, Samuel Church, Abijah C, Peet, 
Paniel Johnson, Martin Strong. 

Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Calvin Gay, John Cotton Smith, 
Samuel Rockwell, Oliver Kellogg, Samuel E. Everett, Sa- 
muel It. Gager, Samuel Roberts, Benoni Peck 

7 'owing'ton— William Battel, Erastus Hodges, Russel 
C. ^bernethv, Stephen Fyter, Oliver Cofe, Griswoid 
Woodward, Christopher C. Woioott.. 



3? 

fFarrat— John Tatmadge, Jadah Eldred, Stephen Strong 
Sherman Hartwell. 

Washington — William Cogswell, Daniel B. Brimstnade, 
Constantihe MeMahon, Hermanus Marshall, Car tU Ilitcli < 
,cock', Ensign Bush net I 

Waertowu, — Charles Merriman, Daniel Hickox, jr. Hoi- 
brook Curtis. Youngs Elliot 

Winchester — Joseph Miller, James Bebee, Luman Wake* 
field, Truman S. Wetmore. 

Woodbury — Noah B. Benedict, Nathan Preston, Charier* 
B. Phelps, Jesse Miner, Nathaniel Perry, 

Practising Attorneys. 

Seth P. Beers, esq State Attorney. 

ijitchfiehl— Asa Baeon, Poineas Miner, Seth P. Beer?, 
Jabez VV. Huntington, Truman Smith, I). C. Sanford. 

Jiethlem— Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan— John Elmore, jr Wis. M. Burra'l, Reubca 
Hunt, Luman Church, Daniel Jaqua, esquires. 

CoIebrook—-W m. S. Hollabird, esq. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton. esq 

Goshen — Erastus Hart, Wm, Marsh, esquires. 

J&nt — Nathaniel P. Perry, esq. 

New- Hartford— linger Mi!!-, Wm. G. Williams, esquires. 

lfeiv-Mlfor-£l~-iygLXif\ S. Board ni&n, Perry Smith, Phiio 
?tf. Heacock, George S- B» ardman, esq 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills, esq. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, esq. 

Roxbury — Uoyal R. Hinman, Isaac Leavenworth, esqrs, 

Salisbury'-^ Elisha Sterling, Samuel Church, Philander 
Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, esqrs. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterlings Ebenezer Black- 
fiaan, Charles F, Scdgewick, Frederick I. Fe»n, esqrs 

Washington— VV-ro. Cogswell, esq. 

Wnte-rtoxvn- Holbrook Curtis, George Y. Cutler, esqir*. 

Winchester — Joseph Miller, esq. 

Woodburur- Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, jr. John 
Strong, j- Charles B. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, Nathaniel 
B, Smith, esqrs. 

Mosea ggymour, jr. Sheriff, latere lit* 



38 

Deputy Sheriff's— Ozias Seyra our, Litchfield Wm. ^ 
HuBteH, Canaan. Phiio Mills, Kent. Tertius Wadsworth, 
New Hartford John N, Gunn, Washington. Gideon 
I la!!, Winchester Nathan Presten, jr. Woodbury. Sam- 
uel Comsteck, New-M$!ford 

Stephen Denying, Litchfield, Gaoler. 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COLRT. 

Asher Miller, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Hon. Joshua Stow, Joel Pratt, esquires. 

Seth Overton.j esq Treasurer. 

John Fisk, esq. CierU, and Clerk of Superior Court* 

Justices of the Peace. 

JWidtlletorum' — Stephen T Hosmer, Asher Miller, Alex- 
ander Wolcott, Matthew T. Russel, Ebenezer Sage, John, 
Pratt, Isaac Gridley, Josiah Savage, Daniel J. Gr is wold, 
Jo.,hoa Stow, Eli Coe, James Hart, Josiah Sage, George W, 
Stanley* Thomas Mather, esquires. 

Haddam— Simon Sha'er, Joseph Scovil, David Spencer, 
Calvin Brainard, Jonathan Usher, Jared Arnold, Samuel 
Arnold, Hezekiah Brainerd, esquires. 

Chatham — Daniel Shepherd, Benjamin Hnrd, Ralph 
Smith, Geo»ge White, Sparrow Smith, Amasa Dauiels, jr. 
Samuel Hall, esquires 

Durham — Worthington G Chauncev, Guernsey Bntes, 
Lemuel Camp, Bridgman Guernsey \ esquires, 

East Huddiitn— John Brainard, Josiah Griffin, Wm. 
Cone, Isaac Chapman, Isaac Chester, William Hungerfbrd, 
Kichard LiOrd, Bu^ei! Dutton, Asa Smith. \k iilian Gelston, 
Oliver Green, Kohert Rtmelt, esqmres.- 

jtilUngrtoHk*- William Cirter, Austin Oicott, David Kel* 
Bey, Jared Elliot, Jcdediah Harris, Benjamin Hard, D^vid 
Griswold, Aaron Wilcox, Benjamin -liiii, esquires. 

Saybroolc — William Lynde, Richard W. Hart, Rufus 
CiarU t Juel Piatt, JuscpU lliii, Bbeuester Hayden, Clark 



33 

Nott, James P. Redfield, John Stannard, Samuel Hoogb, 
Reynold Webb; Gurdon Smith, Jedediah Post, Samuel 
Jones, esquires. 

Practising Attorneys.* 

George W. Stanley, e*q. State Attorney. 

Middle tovnt — Matthew T Russell, Enoch Huntington, 
George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, Jonathan Barnes, ji\ 
Minor Hotchkiss, William L. Storrs, John G. C. Brainard 
'Kbenezer Force, Enoch T Parsons, esquires, 

Jhiddam — Efi Warner, Smith Clarke, esquires. 

Chuhum — Asahel Utley, Constans F Daniels, esquires. 

JCast ffuddam, William Hungerford, Robert Russell, 
esquires 

Killing-worth, Abiel A Loomis, e5q. 

Saybrooh, Joseph Piatts, Smiuel Ingham, Larman. T*- 
"Clark, Alfred W. Cavarly, esquires. 

J ohn 1... Lewis, Sheriff, Mi Id'etown. 

Deputy Sheriffs^ Charles Arnold, H&ddarn. Gideon 
Xligg'ns, dst-Huddain. Abraham Pratt, Saybrook. Di« 
rid XVr'i gh>. Killing worth. 

Gaolers. Harvy Treadway, Middietown. Charles Ac* 
«okl, Haddam. 

COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Sylvest eh Gilbert, Esq, Chief Judge. 

fngoldsby W . Ctawfotd, Eiiphalet Young, esquire^*- 

Jeretniab Parish, esq. Clerk* 
Eiibha Stearns, esq. "Clerk of the Superior Court* 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barues, Ca!*in Wiltey, Askbel Chap s 
Kaar*, Blipha'.ct ¥ua»», Jtremah Pkrkk. 



40 

Holton, Jgbefc L. White, John Ruggles, Kbah firon*f,< 
John Talcoit. 

Coventry, Nathan Howard, Elisha Edgartcn, Itaiah Dpg* 
get, Ztlotts Long, Cephas Bcidgham. 

Ellington, Asa Willey, Robert Hyde,. Nathan Johnson, 
Jacob J odd. 

Hebron* Sylvester Gilbert, John S Peters, JStewai t 
Beebe, Pa) ton It Gi.beil, Leoiraid Hendee, Wiliikiu 
Brown, Levi Waldo, Andrew Mann. 

Smsem, Solomon L. Fuller, Calvin Pitkin, Walter R.' 
Kibbee, Horatio A. Hamilton, esquites. 

Sfoijffordf Venning Mann, Calvin Edson, Orrin Stanmcrj'- 
Rhodolnhus Wood worth Ephraim Hyde, Elijah Ail den, 
€* quires 

Vernon, Lebeus P. Tinker, Francis M'Lean, Ebenezer 
Na*h,jr, 

Union, William Foster, Ingoldsby IV. Crawford, Lu- 
ther Crawford, esquires. 

WilUngtoiit Zebulon Crocker, Daniel Glazier, Staffer & 
Ihidgiuii, Nathan Bartlett, esquires. 

Practising A ttorneys . 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland. JcnuihanBarnes, Calf in Willey, Elisha Slearxfr) 
3eiemiah Pariah. 

Molt an, Saul Alvorrl, jr. 

Ellington, Asa Willey, e?q. 

Hebron, Stuart Bee.be, Ralph Gilbert, esqrs. 

Sumers, Walter II Kibbee, Nathan Cooley, esquire?, 

Staflords Bennirg Mar.n, khnctotyhua Woodwoiih, Orel! 
Sunder, Lyman LUUbridge, esquires 

Itiijah Johnson, Staiiord, Sheriff. 

peputy Sheriff*, Samuel Rent, Tolland. Frantis Hvvfo 
Stafford, Sinn n House, Hebron. 

Samuel Kent, ToIIrjk!, €»&&!£&*. 



itm m m 



41 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Di3lricis. 

Hartford 

New Haven 

New-Lon Ion 

Fairfield 

Wind ham 

Litchfield 

Middletown 

PiaiMfield 

Guilford 

Norfolk 

Woodbury 

Stafford 

D an bury 

EastWiaddara 

Nor wish 

Pom fret 

Sharon 

Stafford 

Simsbury 

Siouingtnn 

Farmington 

V/nilmgford 

Say brook 

Stratford 

East- Windsor 

Waterbury 

Nor walk 

New-Milford 

HoVroo; 

Granby 

ISfewtowrr 

|aflWl4 



Judge 8. 

Jonathan Brace 
I«aac Mills 
Moses Warren 
David Hill 
John Baldwin 
Fred'k Woleott 
Asher Miller 
Ebtnezer Young 
Keuberi Elliott 



Clerk** 

lames Wells 
John Hunt, 2d 
L>dowick Fosdick 
Gu'eon Tomlinson 
Henry Huntington 
J. W. Huntington 
John Fifek 
Andrew T Judion 
George Griswold 



Augusts 3 PettiboneGeo B. Holt 
Nathan Preston Nathan Preston, jr. 
Simeon H. Minor Samuel Lockwood 
lieeoeu Booth S. rl. Phillips 
Benj. Trumbull Ralph I sham 
John Hyde Burreil Lathrop 

Lemuel Grusvenor Klisha B. Perkins 
Samuel Church ' Fieu'k A, Sterling 
Caiviu Wiiley Joseph Howard 

Disha Phelps Hector F Phe'p3 

Wm. Williams of G George Hubbard 
Lemuel Whitman Martin Bull 
Rufus Hilcfreock VVm> B. Hitchcock 



Wm, Lynde 
David Plant 
Henry Terry 
John King bury 

Wm. M. Betts 
JeYiel Williams 

Sylvester Giibert 
Joab Griffin jr. 



Samuel Ingham 
Win A TtmunsoR 
W r m. Dixon 
Ben net Bro.- 13011 
Wm G. Btits 
G. 3 Boaidmaa 
Smart free be 
Joshua II. Jewetv 



S&m'i C. BikGkmanWm. Botsford 



Oiu'er $?<&$$ 



Jdfrftph ?e*£a 



42 
NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford — Enoch Perkins^ Hezekiah Huntington, War!* 
*er IN- 1 ichdl, John M, Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, lsaa<* 
I erkinS 

Gran by— Samu el Wond re1F 

JVexV'HiiVen— E'izur Goodrich, Dyer While, H. Linger- 
toll, Leonard \. Daggett, Lucius At water, Charles A. In* 
gersQll 

(liesldre, Burr age' Beach, 

JJerby- iu\i\\ Humphreys, jr. John L. Tomlinsoa. 

Guilford — Wm. Todd. 

•A'ew jLoflffrw— Lyman Law, Lbenezer Learned, Wnu 
V. Brainard, Charles Griswold, George H. Richards 

JVoriiKC* — James Lanman, J^mes Sled man, Joseph 
Williams, Henry Strong. 

'Colchester*— Daniel \Valrous 

Stoi&nglon — Alexander G.~ South, George Hu\jb^r(K 
.Sr-Sius Brown. 

Jjyme, Henry M Waft. 

1" airfield. Gideon Tom'inson, 

J.)<i?ibv^y. Daniel R. Cooke.. 

iS til mfyrd, Joseph Wood. 

Stafford, DaVid Plant 

JKralgeport, J >seph B ckus. 

Aor-:-ja"(c, Clark tfisset. 

WindhlW, Samuel Perkitas. 

Jtroo^'yn, John Parish. 

JL?banon t Witi. T. Wil'iams. 

Ifoodstopk^ John MVk'.ian. 

JLltch field Frederick Wo! colt, Seth P. Beers; 

Jtevf-Milfordi David S. 8oardiaau« 

■bn!tfih>ry t EMsha Sterling. 

WMtfoury* Jol:ii P. Marsha'. 

Middlettrfim Muihew T. Russell, George W, Stanley, 
*■'>■»*. Barnes jr. 

ll.iddam. 1/mus Parmelee jr. 

KiUitifjnioarth, Ab»el A Loom**; 

Jhliv'i, $>Mre\ h'jvd. 



Of the State of Connecticut. 

FOR THE YEAR 1820. 

Taken pursuant to an Act of Congress, providing for the 
taking of the fourth Census of the United States. Also,, 
(he Rule of Milage of the several Towns in the State to 
Hartford and New-Haven, as established by the Legislature 
in Ma) r 1821, on which the fees for travel of the members 
<;f the Genera! Assembly, and ali others who are paid out 
of the State Treasury, are to be computed. With the 
number of Jurors, and amount of a tax of one cent, on the 
dollar, asessed in 1820 



O 



Hartford 

Berlin 

Krt&lol 

ItaHington 

Canton 

Kast Hartford 

East-Windsor 

■t&eld 

Farming-ton 

Glastenbury 

man by 

Harlland 

Marlborough 

£irnsbury 

South iiigton 

Nuffield 

Wethersfield 

Windsor 



1 **- '• 

C a. 


1 




• 


\ b £ 


c-"r 


S 5 




jl'-i 


en *S 


1 ^J 


35* 


6901 





2877 


13 


1362 


17 


1360 


17 


' 1322 


17 


S&7$ 


4 


34«fl 


10 


2o65 


17 


3o4-2 


10 


3it4 


7 


m* 


18 


1254 


25 


63q 


>6 


1954 


13 


1S7 5 


19 


268| 


18 


3823 


- 5 


3008 


7 


47*6* 



zx 



35 

24 
29 
37 
43 
39 
45 
52 
30 
S5 
47 
52 
40 
40 
21 
53 
33 
42 



si 



15 
12 
6 
6 
6 

14 
14 
11 
14 
14 
12 
8 
5 
10 
l0 
12 
20 
14 



^H 



rO 



131-5 05 

45) 25 

189 64 

167 16 

165 So, 

495 7 8 

6 15 82 

320 11 

c;c H 

424 43 
S92 67 
14! 69 
128 15 
267 32 
313 5$ 
391 29 
470 41 
4fc3 4f 



44 



M&w-t-Uvaitf' 


8327 1 


35 


II ran ford 


2230 


40 


Cheshire 


2281 


26 


Derby 


2088 


45 


EasJ.-Haven 


1237 


40 


Gull fun! 


4:3! 


36 


Hamden 


1687 


33 


Me ride a 


1309 


18 


Milford 


2785 


45 


Middle bury 


833 


36 


North Haven 


1298 


£8 


Oxford 


1683 


42 


Southbury 


1662 


42 


Walliagford 


2237 


23 
30 


ty'aterbary 


2£fc2 


Wood bridge 


1S98 


40 


Wblsott 


943 
/S96i6 


26 


Sew-Lo^d'on 


33S0 


45 


Norwich 


1 36S4 


38 


Bozrah 


, 1083 


34 


Cole! tester 


2152 


25 


Franklin 


t Its 1 


36 


G i is wold 


1809 


53 


Grctoa 


4§64 


50 


Lisbon 


1159 


42 


Lyme 


4069 


45 


Mohtville 


1961 


.37 


N Stonirtgton 


2024 


05 


Preston 


im 


45 


Salem 


1053 


32 


Stonington 


3055 


57 


Water ford 


£239 
35943 


44 


*Fair field 


4.' 51 


}7 


jDnnbuiy 


3'' 73 


6 


Brook-field 


i 


i 00 i 





9 
14 
10 

5 
16 

6 
\% 
10 
23 

8 
15 
t() 

13 
22 

8 
24 



20 

20 

20 

12 

8 

20 



8 
8 
8 
l| 

20 

L* 

12 
3 



54 


u 


53 


f$ 


54 


6 


45 


15 


19 


8 


73 


8 


59 ' 


16 


75 


8 


43 


SO 


C« 


8 


71 


10 


I? 


10 


53 


5 


66 


12 


53 


6 


22 


13 


$6 


12 


;u 


i o 



45 





52 


17 


1 9 




llC6 


73 


38 


5 


172 0# 


3790 


83 


48 


10 


728 61. 


2805 


52 


«7 


9 


3*8 et 


1689 


73 


38 


8 


2*6 9.1 


188 


65 


37 


8 


lf>9 84 


28ft 


50 


25 


12 


445 2J 


30()4 


67 


32 


12 


3^9 22 


I678 


65 


34 


10 


2^4 99 


23()l 


75- 


40 


10 


S0i 74 


957 


60 


50 


5 


150 97 


32 8 i 


77 


42 


10 


44 j 05 


S4&8 


49 


14 


9 


443 87 


1232 


56 


20 


5 


18] 97 


'2767 


67 


32 


8 


396 66 


I8'l* 


73 


38 


6 


£57 58 


i#3y 










t2r>i 


44 


ps 


8 


247 4,7 


2778 


31 


06 


12 


S37 59 


1934 


40 


64 


12 


291 9j 


oa 


23 


46 


5 


123 815 


13 5 3 


38 


63 


8 


2H 80> 


2803 


47 


82 


S 


494 5f 


27 «) 


30 


54 


12 


428 8f) 


2991 


2/ 


62 


12 


300 71 


2007 


45 


68 ' 


12 


201 9® 


2(&2 


40 


75 


10 


3.<'6 2$ 


!2pQ 


49 


72 


7 


134 h% 


2928 


50 


K5 


7 


408 89 


i j in 


59 


79 


7 


117 9S 


2489 


30 


t 


12 


389 09 


30 { 7 


4* 


7t> 


3 


399 64 


;i08| 










4G!0 


30 


m 


14 


600 46 


1592 


24 , 


50 


7 


155 92 


932 1 


35 ( 


32 !! 


7 


1< 1 73 



* The Census was taken while Stratford and Bridgeport- 
■rarm eiJ a Town. 



46 



Canaan 

Colebiook 

Cornwall 

Goshen 

Harwinton 

Kent 

New -Hartford 

-New-Milfotd 

Norfolk 

Plymouth. 

Uoybury 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Torrington 

Warren 

Washington 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Woodbury 



MlDDlETOWN 

Chatham 
Durham 
Haddam 
East Haddam 
Killing-worth 
Sa j brook 



TOL! and 

"Rolton 

Coventry 

Ellington 

Hebron 

Somers 

Stafford 

Union 

Vernon 



WHlington 



23,32 
1274 
l662 
1586 
1500 
1956 
1685 
3830 
1422 
1753 
1124 
9695 
257.3 
1449 
875 
1487 
1439 
1601 
1885 




45 

31 
39 
32 
23 
49 
22 
48 
36 
23 
43 
54 
51 
28 
42 
43 
30 
30 
37 



56 
55 
48 
42 
38 
50 
43 
40 
55 
32 
29 
67 
60 
44 
44 
35 
30 
45 
25 



23 
27 
18 

28 
35 
25 
38 



54 
49 
56 
50 
46 
59 
8'* 

es 

42 
60 



14330 ti 



10 
7 

10 

10 
8 
6 
8 

12 
8 
7 
7 

10 

10 
8 
7 
8 
7 
7 

10 



28 
17 
12 
17 
20 
17 
20 



14 

8 

12 

10 

12 

12 

12 

8 

8 



£33914 65 



47 



of Persows wa t\\e State, 



Free white Males to 10 

from 10 to 15 

16 to 26 

26 to 45 

45 & upward?, 



!?i&e white females to 13 

from 10 to 16 
16 to 26 
' 26 to 45 " 
lo & upwards, 



Tree coloured persona 



males 
females 



SSS4& 
£0632 
25831 
25632 
21814 

13080? 

S5289 
19853 
27205 
29069 
2497a 

136374 



Total free white persons 267181 



386$ 
400T 



Slaves, males 37 
females 60 
Other persons except Indians not taxed* 



7S7G 



97 
lOfr 



Total number of persons in Conn< Bist, Ti^%^§ 



m 



TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS 
FOR 1321— 22. 



Towns 
Ash ford 
Bai khamsted. 
Berlin 
JJethtera 

Boltwn 

Bozrah 

Bradford 

£Vrisl«! 

Brook field 

BuWfcgtofi 

Brooklyn 

Canj/m 
Oh»fchf»m 
.Cheshire 

Cole brook 
Colchester 

Cornwall 
Coventry 
Dan bury 
J> rby 

lktrlmm 

Kasl-Haven 
Easv- Hartford 

K st-H.uM.^Tj 
Ems! -Windsor 
K ' : ; £ion . ,\ 
Loo eld- * 
Farmmgtoa 
Airfield 
; . r>^ 

i xiUvy 

Goshea 



Josias Byles 
^ohn Mernls 
William Wraith 
.Samuel Church 
Mm ton H amnion 
Gat-drier Avery 
Sstiutel Frisbie 
Trac\ Peck 
Daniel Hawle) 7 " 
Aaron Hitchcock 
fbstttfa;. Spoiling 
' Thomas Colt 
Bengali i>f n^hss 
J«'!'?s Humphrey 
Zcrbulon jPe^field 
llcfue Hitchcock 
Lancelot' Phelps 
Bauie! Watroos 
Samuel Little 
William, Keiiogg 
Nathan Howard 
rhilo Lyon 
J. L. Tomlinson 
W G. Chantseey 
JBeia fcarnum 
Famuei PiikUi 
Christ r. C Gates 
Aaron BUsel 
J; chert Hyde 
Rlam O.' Potter 
John Mix 
Snomet Jiowland 
FJi Hartshprn 
Jonathan Weils 
Ad in J Hale 



Collectors. 
Peter S Minard 
A !vin Squire 
ivd'vard Norton 
Adani C. Casson 
idDaniel Strong: 
Wm L Crocker 
Josiah Fowler jr. 
Charles G Ives 
Wait £. Northrop 
Seth W Sard jr. 
Bela P. Spalding 
Fesius Hyde 
Wm P Kussel 
Wm. H. Hallock 
Ebenezer Smith 
Be^uel Fiagg 
Arthur Howell 
John C. Bulk ley 
Aipheas Kingsley 
J as, Wadsworth j jr a 
Jeremiah InswortE * 
Levi Starr 
Samuel Bnsselt 
Joseph Chid sey 
Aner Pardee 
Oziai Koberrs 
Gzias Holmes 
Select Men 
John M. fcinstry 
Fph'm P. Pruddea 
Elijah Porter 
ITios F. Kcwtandl 
A ma? a Hyde 
Israel Goodrich. 
Collins Baldwin, 



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Towns 
Gran by 
Greenwich 
Griswohl 
Groton 
Guilford 
Humden 
Had dam 
Hamptoq 
Hartford 

Hartland 

Harwinton 

Htbron 

Huntington 

Kent 

KiMingworth 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Middletowu 

Milford 

Montville 

New -Canaan 

?iew-Faii field 

New-Hartford 

New -Haven 

New-London 

New-Milford 

Newtown 

North Haven 

Norfolk 

Xoi'vvalfc 

|£or¥/ich 



t Clerks. 
Daniel Hayes, jr. 
Hezekiah Tracy 
Wm. Cleft 
Nathan Daboll 
Jona. \V ilcox 
Uussel Pierpont 
John Brainard, 2d 
Wm. A. Brewster 

Elisha Colt 

Warham Williams 
Elijah C ay lord 
John S. Peters 
Samuel Wheeler 
Lewis Mills 
Elisha Kelsey, jr. 
Luther Warren 
Andrew Martin jr. 
Joseph Jewett 
Moses Seymour 
Charles Smith 
Luther Kingsley 
David B. Ripley 
Isaac Lewis 
L. Townsend 
John Fisk 
Samuel Higby 
Giles Turner 
Samuel St. John 
S. T. Barnuai 
Asa Goody/in 
j iibha Munson 
Ebenezer Way 
Elisha Bust wick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Aurin ftoys 
Ben}. Tsaacs 
Philip Huntington 



Collector^. 
Elizur Benjamia 
Seth Lyon 
Jonas He wit 
Rutus Allyn 
Henry Si* ran ton, 
Jesse Gilbert, jr. 
George Burr 
Thomas Clark 

J Wm. Johnson 

} Henry Mix 
Lane Augustine 
Zimri Skinner 
Elisha Perkins 
Ezra VVakelee 
David Judd 
Keuben K. Hinklay 
Stephen A Stone 
S. D. Tilden 
lehaHod Burnharn 
Charies Buell 
J oil Tubbs 
John Martin 
Enos H. Buelt 
Levi Yale 
David Porter jr. 
Samuel Eairchil4 
Beard Baldwin 
Joshua B;ik«r, jr, 
Edward Nash 
Darius FJoyt 
Norman Merrill 
John Scott 
J on a. Brooks 
Lyman Keeler 
Eli Bennett 
Nathan Marks 
Amos Pettibone 
Samuel Buiwell 
Thomas Thomas 



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Towns. 

N. Stonington 

Oxford 

P'ainfield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret' 

Preston 

Redding 

Ridgefiold 

R ox bury 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Soroers 

Soutbingtoii 

Soutfibury 

Stafford 

&amibrd 

&terlin|? 

Stoninftan 

Stratford 

SoMeld 

Simsbiny 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Tcrringlon 

Trumbuli 

"Union 

Verncn 

Vo'untown 

W&ltingiord 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Water ford 

Watertown 

Weston 

Wetheibfield 



Clerks, 

Stephen Avery 
Hosea Dutton 
Vincent Hiackley 
Calvin Butler 
T M Grosvenor 
Denison Palmer 
Jona. R. Sanford 
Samue! Stebbins 
Silaa Minor 
John Billings 
Thomas Stiles 
Clark Nott 
Geo, King, jr. 
David Northrop 
Jahez Collins 
Lucas Curti3 
John Mosely 
Samuel Blodget 
Seymour Jarviss 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Deane 
Salmon Hubbell 
Oliver Pease 
Jona. Pettibone, j 
John Nichols, jr. 
Joseph Howard 
John GiHett, jr. 
Lewis Burton 
Robert Law son 
L P. Tinker 
James Alexander 
Hunn Munson 
George Starr 
I). 8. Brinsmade 
Ashley , 5 coit 
Caleb Raymond 
Aner Bradley 
Simeon Fanfon 
Ezekiel P. Belde 



Collectors.. 

Jeremiah York 
Hiram Osborn 
Charles Harris 
Hall Dunbar 
John Williams 
George W. Morgan 
Lemuel Adams 
Win, Keeler 
Henry H Wheeler 
Mark Dodge 
Alexander Lamb 
Sam'l P. Canfield 
Joshua Lovel 
Lewis Starr 
Hiram Pomeroy 
Stephen Walkley 
Asa Johnson 
Joseph Sibley 
E. H. Weed 
John Thurston 
Z. Chesebrough, 2d 
Ezra Gregory 
Jona. Porneroy 

r. Vi.-gi! Pettibone 
Talcot Crosby 
Ariel Ladd 
Barzillai Hudson 
Gideon Mallett 
Benj. Corbfn 
Josiah Hammond 
Samuel Robbins 
Wm. Todd 
Augustus Coleman 
Charles V Judson 
Augustus Beebe 
Richard R. -Morgan 
Alanson Warren 
Jeremiah Burton 

in Wm. Goodrich jr, 



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Town*. 
tyillington 
Wilton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winchester 
Wood bridge 
Woodbury 
Woodstock 
Wolcott 



Clerks. 
Gideon N. Merick 
Samuel Belden, jr. 
Eiiphalet Kipley 
E'uha N. Sill 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preston 
John Fox 
Archibald Miner 



Cdllectors.' 
Hiram Rider 
Zalmon Dikemail 
Henry Webb 
E G. Allen 
Non is Coe 
Nathan Nettleto* 
Nathan Preston, jr. 
Lor in Brown 
Win. A. Allen 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment Lists for 
the State, are the Treasurer and Controller for the time 
tfeing. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



Georg 



County 
County 
County 

County 
County 
County 
County 



a GilLet, esq. Hebron, Tolland County, Saift 
veyor General. 
Deputy Surveyors, 
of Hartford -Daniel St. John, of Hartford. 
of yew Haven — Noyea Darling-, of Woodbi idge» 
bfJVeiv London — Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
of Fairfield— Joseph M. White of Danbury. 
of Windham— Lemuel Jngalls, of Pomfret. 
of Litchfield— -W m. M. Burrall, of Canaan 
of Middlesex— Dan Lane, of Killmgworth. 



MINISTERS AND CHURCHES, 

— Q^O— 
COUNTY OF HARTFORD, 



Ifrtrtfc-rt—Viev. Joel ttawea 
Abet FHnt, d d. 
Nathan Perkins, dd. 
Natbl. S. Wheaton E 

EUsha Cushjnan B- 



Merlin 
Benoni Upson, dd I 
Royal Robbing ) 

Newton Skinner 
Samuel Goodrich 
Plurality 
Enoch Green 






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Bristol— Jonathan Cone 

Orra Martin 
Burlington 

Jonathan Miller 
Van ton 

Jeremiah Hallock ) 

Jared Mills > 

Pierpont Brockett) 
East-Hartford 

Joy H Fairchild 

Elisha B. Cooke 

Isaac Dwinnell 
East-Windsor 

Thomas llohbins 

Shubael Bartiett 

V r acant 
Enfield ^ 

Francis L. Rcbbins 

Vacant 

Jeremiah F. Bridges 
Farming-ton 

NoalTPorter 

Vacant 

Ludovicus Robbing 

Bela Kellogg 
Gtuttenlwry— Caleb Barge 

A T athan B. Burgess 

Jeremiah Stocking 

Vacant 
Gr*m&*/— -Isaac Porter 



Eber L. Clarfe 

Vacant 

Vacant £ 

Vaeant ]g 

Hartland 

Ammi Linsley 

Nathaniel Gay lord 
Marlborough 

David B" Ripley 
Simsbury— A lien McLeaa 

Samuel Griswold % 

Soitthington — David Ogden 



Plurality 

David Wright 
Suffield-— Ebenezer Gay 

Joseph Mix 

A9ahel Morse 

Bennet Pepper 
Wethersfield 

Caleb J-Tenney 

Joab Brace 

Calvin Chapin od, 

Wra. Bentley 
Windsor 

Henry A. Rowland 

John'Barliett 

Vacant 

Augustus Belles 

Vacant 



% 



90#0e 



COUNTY OP NEW -HAVEN. 



J\"eiv Haven 

liev. Nathaniel W. Taylor 
8am lie! After-win 
Jeremiah Pay, ll d .) 
Eleazur T. FiuU S 
Stephen W. Stebbins 
fit. Re\ .Thomas C. Brow 

ill'W, DD. LL B. Ej 



Harry Croswell R 

Samuel H. Turner, dd. E 



Henry Lines 
William Thatcher 
Branford 
Timothy P. Gillelt 
Malihew Noyea 
Charles A (water 



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Origen G. I-Iolcomb 




Eras to 3 Scran ton 


Cheshire — Roger Hitchcock 


Vacant 


Samuel Rich 




North Hat en 


Reuben Ives 


B 


VVm. J. Board man 


Vacant 




Plurality 


JDc/%— Zephaniah Swift 




Oliver Wilson 


Ahner Smith 




Oxford — Vacant 


Vacant 


E 


Beardsley Northrop 


East Haven 




Vacant 


Stephen Dodd 




Soutkbury— Vacant 


Joseph Perry 


E 


Bennet Tyler 


Guilford— Aaron Dutton 




I'VallingJord 


John Elliott 




James Noyes 


Zabra Whitmore 




Vacant 


John K?y 




Vacant 


David Baldwin 


E 


Sedgwick Rice 


Plurality 


E 


PVaterbury—Dan'X Crane 


Samuel West 


B 


Vacant 


Hamden 




Alphetia Geer 


Eliphalet B. Coleman 




Jesse Frost ? 
Samuel Potter S 


Abraham Ailing 




Plurality 


E 


Wolc'Jtt— John Keyes 


JSleriden— Erastus Ripley 




fYoodbridge 


Plurality 


E 


Jason Allen 


Middle b ury — M ark M ear 




Nathaniel G. Huntington 


JMilford — Bafcaleel Pinneo 




Chauncey Prindle 


Jehu Clark 






COUNTY OF 


NEW -LONDON. 


New- London 




Jacob Scoles 


Kev. Alel McEwen 




Eliphalet Hilliard 


Bethel J udd 


E 


Frankli?i-~$i\mue\ Nott 


Vacant 


b 


Amaziah Fillmore* 
^ Elisha El ink $ 


V. R. Osborn 


m 


Bozrafi — David Austin 




Grisivuld 


ft. Palmer, jun. 




Horatio Wa'do 


Celchester 




Caleb Reed 


Salmon C#ne 




Grttm — Timothy TotUa 



i 

E 

E 
B 

R 



B 

B 



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"Vacant SC 

Jefon G. Wight man B 

Roswel! Burrows B 

Ralph Hurlbut M 

JLhbon — Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, d. d. 

Amos Reed B 

hyme— Lathrop Rockwell 

Josiah Hawes 

Beriah Green 

G. W. Apple ton B 

Vacant B 

Seth Lee 
,$1ontvilte—Abhh& Alden 

Vacant SC 

Reuben Palmer 
J\"orxvlch 

Joseph Strong, d D, 

Alfred AJUchell 



% 



John Tyler 7 

Peter Clark £ 

John Sterry "> -o 

Thomas Potter \ 

David N. Bently M 

North- StoJiinp-toti—V&c&vt 
Jona. Miner B 

Asher Miner B 

Prejston — John Hyde 
Vacant - 

Plurality R 

Vacant SC 

Charles Hudson U 

Levi Walker B 

Salem- Royal Tyler 
Robert Fargo " SC 

Stoningion— If* Hart 
E. Cheesebrough B 

Waterford 
Francis Harrow B 

Jonathan Ames B 

Lester Rogers. $fi 



-►»#S«« 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



Fairfield 
Rev. Nathaniel Hewitt 

Edward W. Hooker 

Vacant 

Vhiio Shelton E 

Daniel Wild man B 

Brco kfie Id — Vacant 

Abner B< undage 

1-ti'j Benham Y. 

Plurality E 

Banbury — Win, Andrews 

Vacant 

Josiah Ditch man I J 

Ambrose Toid Y. 

Ebenezer White Skind 



8 and 

B 
B 



I Ezra Peck ) 

Levi Osbo-n S 

Nathan Buckley 

Oliver Tuttie 
Darien — Vacant 
G**eemt /cA— Plutt Buffet 

Isaae Lewis, jr. 

Plurality E 

Nathaniel Finch, jr. B 

Drake Nelson B 

Huntington 

Thomas Punderson 

Chauncey G Lee 

Menzies Rayner E 



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Plurality 
Aew Canaan 

Wnn Bonney 

Plurality 
JVew Fairfield 

Medad Rogers 
JS r eivi'oivn— Vacant 

Daniel Burhans 

John Sherman 

Solomon Glover 
jSforwalh 

Sylvester Eaton 

lieuben Sherwood 
liedding — Daniel C rocker 

Jonathan Bartlet 

Ambrose Todd 
liidge field 

Samuel M. Phelps 

Vacant 



Plurality K 

Vacant B 

Sherman— Maltby Gelston 
Stamford — Daniel smith 

Puller 
louallian Judd K 

Henry Hart B 

Stratford 

M.tthew R. Dutton 
' A&hbel Baldwin E 

Trumbull — Ken ben Taylor 

Plurality E 

Weston — Vacant 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Vacant E 

Wilton— Sylvanus Haight 

Charles Smith E 

Levi Dikemun B 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



Brooklyn 

Josiah Whitney, d- d. 

Vacant 
Ashford — Philo Judson 

Keuben Torrey 

William Starrs 

Ezekiel Skinner 

Vacant 
Canterbury — Asa Maech 

Erastus Learned 

George S. White 
Columbia 

David Dickinson 
Hampton — Ludovicus Weld 

James Murnhani Ch 

John Payne l\ 



E 



Killinghi -Elisha Atkins 

Israel Day 

Roswel Whitmore 

Calvin Cooper 
Lebanon — Zebu ion F,!y 

William B. Kip ley 

Vacant 

F.sek Brown 
■Mansfield 

Anson S. Alwood 

Moses C. Welch, D. ®. 

Jared Andrews 

Jonathan Goodwin 
Ptobijieltfi** OHn Fow !e r 

Nathaniel Co e 
Pom/vet— Jumes Porter 



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Walter Lyon 




Jesse Fisher 




James Grow 


B 


Vacsnc 


£C 


Sterling — Vacant 




Vacant 


B 


Vacant 


B 


Woodstock 




Thompson— Daniel Bow 




Eliphalet Lyman 




John Nichols 


B 


Samuel Backus 




Arthur A. Ross 


B 


A !vin Underwood 




Votunioivn-*- Vacant 




John Nichols 


B 


Windham 




Vacant 


B 


Cornelius B. Everest 






COUNTY 


OF 


LITCHFIELn. 





Litchfield 
Hev. Lyman Beecherj D. D 

Amos Pettingali 

Joseph E. Camp 

Vacant 

Truman Marsh/ 

Jsnac Jones ) 

Vacant 
BarkhatnstedSmvA Clark 

I: lu ra lily 
jSe.'hiem — John Langdon 

Plurality 
Canaan— Charles Prentia3 

Pi Ik in Cowles 

Plurality E 

Vice man Hnpkins B 

Coh'orook — Chars ncey Lee 

Uufus BaUebck B 

Corn-wall — Timothy St©ne 

Walter Smith 

Vacant E 

Asa Tallmadge B 

Gas/tew— -Joseph Harvey 
Mavwinton 

Joshua Williams 

Vacant £ 

Kan-bun Blair 



Benjamin tfenhara 
Eleazer Beeciver 
Norfolk— Ralph Emerson 
Plymouth— Luther Hart 



Rodney llossiter 


E 


Plurality 


E 


Roxbury- Fosdick Harri 


son 


Plurality 


E 


Vacant 


B 


Sail si) ft ry — Lav! as Hyde 




Vacant 


E 


Sharon -David L Perry 




Frederick Gridley 




Plurality 


E 


Vaeoi-.t 


B 


Torrington—Ai.zx.. Gillett 




Samuel J. Mills 




Vacant 


B 


Warren — Peter Starr 




Anauj*? Dei thick 


B 


Washington 




Stephen Mason 




Charles A. Boardraan 




Plurality 


E 


Plurality 


Water teivn — Vacant 




Frederick lloleoibb 


1 



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V*e<*. R. Andrews 


E 


Winchester—Fred. Marsh 


New- Hartford ' 




James Beach 


Cyrus Yalo 




Vacant B 


Vacant 


B 


Woodbury 


JSeiv- Mil ford 




Samuel It. Andrews 


Andrew Elliott 




Grove L Bi-owii'ell 


Vacant 




Sturge9 Gilbert 1& 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



JUiddleiown 
ftev. John K. Crane 

Joshua L Williams 

Thomas Miner 

Stephen HaTS 

Vacant J 

Birdsey G. Noble 

Eli Ball 

Frederick Wigh'tman 
Chatham — Harvey Talcolt 

David Selden 

Joel tt'est 

Smith Miles 

Plurality 

William Welch 
J)urham~Dz\id Smith. 

Vacant 
Hast Haddim 

Elijah Parsons ) 

Isaac Parsons \ 



William Lyman, i>'.D« 

Joseph Vail 

Plurality E 

Simeon Dickinson B 

Ha ddam — J oh n M ars h 

Simon Shaler B 

Killing-worth 

Hart Talcott 

Asa King 

Plurality 15 

Henry Archbald B 

Say brook 

Frederick W. Hntchkiss 

Aaron B Wnvey 

Sylvester Beiden 

Nehemiah B. Beardsley 

Piurahlv R 

Samuel "West JJ 

Asa Wilcox B 



Tolland 
Bev. N. Williams, D-D. J 
Ansel Nash j 

Vacant 



COUNTY OP TOLLAND. 

Boldn— Philander ParmeIe«Sf 
Coventry— Chauncey Booths 
George A. Calhoun 
Augustus B. Goliins 



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igton, Diodafc Br ckwsy 
Hebron — Amos liassett, d.l> 

Nathan Gillet 

Plurality y 

Augustus B. Collins \ U 
Sowers— Wm; L. Strong 
Staff or d~\ a ca nt 

Joseph Knight B 



Jonathan Parks 
Vacant 

Union — Vacant 
Vernon — William Ely 
WiVington 
Eubbel Loom is 
Davsd Lillibridge 



List of Unsettled Ministers, in connexion with thfi 

General Association^ and of Licentiates 

from the several Associations* 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 

S&Ti Messrs. Jeremiah AtjK&ter, D D. New-Havea 
Jonathan Bartlett, Heckling 
William Iklden, Fati$clti 
Stephen YV. Bu. rilt, Kidgefield 
Aaron Church, llarttaud 
Thomas F. Dasies, New. Haven 
Nathaniel Dwi&ht, Colchester 
John H. Fowler, Lebanon 
Prince Hawes, Glastenbury 
Calvin Ingals, Stafford 
Amasa Jerome, New -Hartford 
Gurd >n Johnson, Kiilingly 
William Lockwood. Glastenbury 
Asaliel Neitleton, Killing worth. 
John Noyes, Weston 
William Robinson, Scuthington 
Samuel Stuiges, Fed. hold 
Daniel Waldo, Nuffield 
W'dii.m It Weeks. Cfintoo, N. Y. 
pumuel Whittlesey, Hartford 
JLuke Wood, Waterbury 
William WvodLnklg** 



LICENTIATES. 



Messrs. George Allen, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Edward Bull. Say brook 
Archibald burgess, Canterbury 
Nathan Buiton, Rnlgefield 
E'.eazer Churchill, M.jsikld 
Austin l^iekinsoi , AniK-rst, Mass. 
V* illiam Fowler* Gu'-Mord 
Ablibel Gaylord, I\mh«lk 
Josiah W. Qibbs, Salem, Mass, 
Thomas U. Gold, Cornwall 
Beriaii Greto, l*uuic) , Vt. 
Elijah Hartshorn, Franklin 
Horace Hooker, Berlin 
Anson Hubbard, G'.aster.bury 
Lhenezer Kellogg,. Vernon 
Peter Lock wood, Bridgeport 
David N. Lord, Franklin 
Kiihu Mitchell, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
William Mitchell, Say brook 
Robert C. Robbing, Colchester 
David A. Sherman, Knoxviite, Tenn« 
Jonathan Silliuaan, Say brook 
Levi Smith, New -Mi I ford 
Noah Smith, Hanover 
Charles Walker, Woodstock 
Joseph D VVjckham New York 
William C Woodbi idge, Hartford 
George A. Wood bridge, Norwich 



Episcopal Clergyman in Connecticut , not settled in 

any parish* 

Rev. Calvin White, Derby 

Jasper D Jones, Cheshire 
(Seorge S. White, CanieYbijr* 



m 

|)avid Belden, Wilton 
Nathaniel F. Bruce, liattfordL 

Associations and Consociations. 

^ There are in this State thirteen Associations and Conser- 
vations, viz. Hartford, North, consisting of 19 churches— 
Hartford, South, of 16— New Haven, West, of i9— New- 
Haven, East, of 13— New London, of 18— Fa'rfield, West, 
of 16— Fairfield, East, of 13— Windham, Original, of 25— 
Windham, East, of 3— Litchfield, North, of 19— LUchfield 
South, of 16— Middlesex of 15— and Tolland of 15. 

JVbte— Associations are composed of Ministers alone—* 
Consociations, of Ministers, with a delegate from their re- 
spective churches. 

General Association of Connecticut * 

This body meets annually on the third Tuesday of June', 
it is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association. There is also united with them, a represen- 
tation of three members of the General Assembly of the 
Presbyterian Church in the United Slates — of one mem = 
her from the General Convention of Congregational and 
Presbyterian Ministers in Vermont — of two members from 

the General Association of Massachusetts of two 

members from the General Association of N T ew. Hampshire, 
and of two members from the Evangelical Consociation of 
Jthode-Island. 

To these several Bodies, the General Association of Cca* 
necticut sends annually the same number of Representa- 
tives. 

Treasurer »f the General Association— —Rev. Abel 
Flint, d d. 

Auditor— Rev. Calvin Chapin, DO. 

The am annua! meeting of the §tittefft) Association ll 



61 

to be at the house of the Rev. Ame\ Nn«b, in To!Ja*& 
on the third Tuesday of Jane, 1822, at 11 o'clock A. ML. ' 



Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, to convene m Philadelphia, on the third Tu$s« 
day of May, 1822. 

Rev Matthew Noyes, John Hyde, Isaac Lewis. 

Relegates to the Genera! Convention of Vermont, to mee{ 
at Poultney, the second Tuesday of September next. 

Rev. Joshua L. Williams, Zephaniah Swift. 

Delegates to the General Association of Massachusetts, te» 
convene the 4th Tuesday of Juue, 1822, 

Rev, Luther Hart, Isaac ParBons. 



Delegates to the General Association of New-Hampshire, 
to convene at New-Ipswich, the third Tuesday of Sep- 
tember next. 

Rev. Hubbel Loom is, Shubael Bartlett. 



Pelegates to the Evangelical Consociation of Rhode-Island, 
to meet at. Newport, on the Tuesday preceding the first 
Wednesday of May, 182& 

Rev. Alvan Underwood, David L. Perry. 

Committee chosen by the Genei-ai Association, to certify 
the regular standing of Preachers, travelling from this 
state, to other parts of the United Slates 



Rev. Nathan Perkins, dd. 
Calvin Chapin, dd. 
Jeremiah Day, ll D, 
Matthew Noyes 
Joseph Strong, dd. 
Isaac Lewis 



Hev. Elijah Waterman 
Moses C. Welch, D». 
David L. Perry 
Lyman Beecher, dd. 
Fred'k \V ftotctik'iw 
Nathan Williams, ujf. 



m 

The Delegates to <he several ecclesiastical bodies, «ti 
connexion with the Genera' Association of Connecticut, to 
be chosen in June, 1822, are to be nominated by the seve- 
ral associations, as follows : 

Two delegates to the General Assembly, for May 1823, 
by Fairfield East Association, and one by'Windham Asso- 
ciation 

The delegates to the General Association of Massachu- 
setts, for 1823, by Litchfield North and Litchfield South 
Associations. 

The Delegates to the General Association of New -Hamp- 
shire, for 1822, by Middlesex and Tolland Associations. 

The delegates to the Genera! Convention of Vermont,for 
1822, by Hartford North and Hartford South Associations. 
The delegates to the Evangelical Consociation of Rhode- 
Island, for 1823, by New-Haven West and New Haven East 
Associations. 

The following persons are receivers of money in their se- 
veral associations for the Treasury of the General Asso- 
ciations. 

Rev. Messrs. Henry A. Rowland, Toab Brace, Frastus 
Scranton, Timothy P. Giliett, Salmon Cone, Nathaniel 
Hewitt, Elijah Waterman, James Porter, Char'es Prentis, 
Amos Pettingill* David Se'den, Chauncey Booth. 



Trustees of the Bishop's Fund. 
jlev. Philo Shelton, Rev. Ashbel Baldwin » Rev. Harry 
Croswell, His Honor Jona. Ingerso'.l, Etias Shipman, esq. 
Jon a c tarr, esq. John Morgan, esq. Evan Malbone, esq* 
Nathan Snvth, esq. Charles Sigourney. esq. 

His Honor Jona. lngerscll, President. 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 

Charles Sigourney esq. Treasurer, 



Standing Committee of the Episcopal Convention 

of Connecticut. 

JUv> Mess**'- Till'Uon Bronson, dd. Harry Croswell, 

Truman Marsh, Birdsey G, Noble, 

Asa Cornwall. 



G3 

Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Association, 
flartJord—Kev. Elisha Oushman, 
JVew-Londm— Kev Jonathan Goodwin, 
StoningtonUtiion—llev. Koswell Burrows 



Missionary Society of Connecticut, 

(Incorporated October, 1812 ) 

The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut. 

Officers of the Society for the year commencing on 
the first Wednesday of August, 1821. 



TRUSTEES- 



Hon. Jonathan Braoe 
John Caldwell, esq. 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
Samuel Pitkin, esq. 
Mr Thomas Hubbard, 
Wm.\V. Ellsworth, esq. 



!lev. Nathan Perkins, b,d. 
Rev Samuel Nott, 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, dd. 
Rev. Moses C. Welch, dd, 
Rev. Samuel Goodrich, 
Kev. Henry A. Rowland, 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer* 

liev. Abel Flint, d. d. Auditor. 

Hon Jonathan Brace, Chu } r?nan, and 

Rev. Abel Fl nt, d d. Secretary of the Board of Trustees, 

Hon Jonathan Brace, i 

Enoch Perkins, esq. > Committee of Accounts. 
W. W. Ellswortn, esq. ) 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins, esq. 
Rev. Nathan Perkins, q.~l 

Kev. Samuel N T ott, ^ Committee oj Missions 

Rev Mnses C Welch, d d. 
Rev. Abel Flint, d. d. 
Re?* Calvin Chapia, d. ». 



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Ministers' Annuity Society, 

(Incorporated May 1814.') 

The object of this Suciely is to provide Annuities for the 
widows and children oi deceased Ministers. The Society 
is to meet annually in Hurtfcid, the second Thursday of 
|>Iay, at 4 o'clock P.M. J 

Officers of the Society, 

"Rev. Abel Flint, «d Presidejjt- 
Rev. Elijah Waterman Vice President. 
Iter. Thomas liobbins, Secretary. 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 
Rev. Shubael Bartletl, \ 

Rev. William Ji Strong f f)- rprfnr9 
Rev. Joshua t] Williann ' "irecto- 



Rev. Hubbii Loomis 

Rev. Abel Flint, dd. Auditor, 



\ Di 



The American Asylum at Hertford, 

For the education and 'instruction of Deaf and 
Dumb Persons. 



(Incorporated May 1816 ) 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 

Vice-Presidents for life, by subscription of $200 
and upwards* 

Hon. William Phillips. Hon. William Gray, Hon. Israel 
ThonuDke, William Parsons, esq. Samuel' Applelon. esq. 
Daniel Wadsworih, esq Hon Step. Van Uansselaer, Rob- 
ert Oliver, esq. John Caldweli, esq* Chauncey Deraing;, 
e&q. Charles ^oumey, esq. 



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Pice -Presidents elected at the annual meeting, 
May 12, 1821. 

Dr Mason F. Cogswell, Nathaniel Terry, es«. David 
Porter, Joseph Battel, esq. Ward Wood bridge, Henry 
Hudson > liev. Benoni Upson, D. D. Thomas Day, esq. 

Directors for life, by subscription of glQO anSL 
upwards, 

Joseph Battel, P. C. Brook6, Daniel Hick, Mason P. 
•Cogswell, John B. Coles. Joseph Coolidge, Simeon Forres- 
ter, Henry Hudson, William H. Imlay, ,bmes Kane, 
Kliphalet Kimbal, David M'Kinney, Israel Munson, H. 
Overing, Samuel Parkman, Daniel P. Parker, James Per- 
kins, Joseph Peabody,B. Pickman, Jun. David Porter, P. 
Remse*?, Andrew liitehie, Samuel Salisbury, David Seafts, 
John Cotton Smith, Nathaniel Terry, Ward Woodbridge, 
S. V. S. Wilder, John Jacob Astor, Christopher Colt, 
Henry W T . Delavan, Samuel Elliot, jr. Daniel D. Rogers, 
Luther Scarborough, EliphaSet Terry, Rev. Benoni Upson, 
D.D. Stephen Whitney, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Eliphalet 
Averill. 

Directors chosen at the annual meeting, May 12, 
1821. 

Samuel Tudor, John Russ, Esq. William Ely, David 
Watkinson, James Ward, Michael Olcott, William Wat- 
son, Anstarchus Champion, Thomas C. Perkins, m Joseph 
Trumbull- 

Seth Terry, Esq, Secretary 

James H. Wells, Treasurer* 

Instructors. 

Thomas H. Gallaudet, Principal, 

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6Q 

Laurent Clerc, \ 

William C Woodbridge, / 

Isaac Orr, \ Assistants, 

Lewis Weld. C 

William \v. Turner, ; 
Rev. Samuel Whittlesey, Superintendent* 



The Domestic Missionary Society, for 
Connecticut and vicinity. 

DIRECTORS. 

Timothy Dw«ght, Timothy Stiliman, Matthew Marvia 
Richard Hubbard, John Ha'hesq. Rev Messrs .Joel Hawes, 
Caleb J. Termey, Samuel Merwin, Aaron Dutton, Abel 
M'fciUen, Isaac Lewis, jr. Matlhew Li Dutton, Daniel 
Dow, Joseph Harvey Lyman Beaeher,D. d. Aaron Hovey, 
William L. Strong, Zephawiah Swift. 

Samuel J Hitchcock, esq. Treasurer. 

Roger 5. Skinner, esq. Auditor 
Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 

The Constitution of this Society provides that there be 
twenty-two directors, seven laymen and fifteen clergy* 
men, including the professor of divinity in Yale College, 
ittid the Secretary, Treasurer*, and Auditor of the Society, 
who shall ex officio be Directors— and one clerical direc- 
tor at least, to be chosen from each district Association. 



Connecticut Medical Society. 

OFFICERS 
Cjf the Connecticut Medical Society, chosen at the 



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Annual Convention held at Hartford, on the 
9lhand 10//i of May, A.D. 182K 

Mason V Cogswell, M. d President. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Vice-President, 

John S. Peters, M. d Treasurer. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Ltcrctary, 

Fellows from the several Counties. 

Hartford— Drs. Solomon Everest, Samuel B. Wood- 
ward, John Bestor, Eli Todd, George Sumner. 

New Haven— Drs. Eli Ives, Jonathan Knight, Isaac 
Goodsel, Edward Field, "Timothy P. Beers 

New London— Drs. John O. Miner, Elisha North, Wra. 
P. Eaton, Aver j Downer, Lucius Tyier- 

Fairfield— Drs- Gideon Beardsley, Nathan Tisdale, John 
Tomlinson, John Judson, Elijah Middlebrook?. 

Windham — Drs. Jonah Fuller, Andrew Harris, Earl 
Swift, Joseph Palmer, jr. Elijah Baldwin. 

Litchfield.— Drs. Samuel Rockwell, William Buell, 
John Calhoun, Erastus L. Hart, Warren R. Fowler. 

Middlesex — Drs Thomas Miner, Wm. Tuily, Samuel 
Carter. 

Tolland— Drs. John S. Peters, Eleafcer Hunt. Jabe2. L. 
White. 



Clerks in the several Counties. 

Hartford County — George Sumner. 
New- Haven County— W m. L. Lay. 
Went- London County — Archibald \lef*cer. 
Fairfield County — Elijah Middlebrooks* 
Windham County — Waldo Hutchius. 
JAich field County— Roswe! Abernethy. 
Middlesex County — Jesse Bigelow. 
Tolland County -John Grant. 



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Drs. T. Hubbard, T. Miner, and W. R. Fowler, were 
sppointed a Committee of examination for the ensuing 
year. 



Protestant Episcopal Society for the 
Promotion of Christian Knowledge. 

Xt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, x>. d. * l. d. f ex officio J 
President,. 

Hon. Jonathan Ingersoll, 1st. Vice-President* 
Rev. Tiliotson Bronson, d. d. 2d Vice-President, 
John Beach, Esq. Recording Secretary. 
Re?. Harry Croswell, Corresponding Secretary, 

Directors, 



Her. Philo Shelten, 
Rev. Ashbet Baldwin, 
Rev. Daniel Burhans, 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, 
Rev. Nathaniel S, Wheaton, 
Rev. Birdsey-G* Noble, 
Hon. Samuel W. Johnson, 
Barrage 15 each, esq. 
John L Lewis, esq. 
Samuel Tudor, esq. 
Seth P. Beers, esq* 



Gen. Jirah Isham, 
Hon. John S Peters, 
Col Daniel Putnam, 
William Moseley, 
Nathan Smith, esq, 
Andrew Kids ton, 
Joel Walter, 
Richard Adams, 
Jeremy Hoadley, 
Calvin Butler, esq. 
Lyman Bronson. 



Messrs Charles Sigourney, Samuel Tudor, of Hartford, 
and WtH. McCfackan, of New-Haven, are the Trustees of 
the Fund, of which board, Mr. McOrackan is Tieasurer. 

Delegates to represent this Diocess in the next 
General Convention. 

Rev, Harry Croswell, Rev, Daniel Burhans ; Rev. Ashbef 



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Saldwin, Rev. Birdsey G.Noble, Hon. Samnel W. John- 
son, Nathan Smith, Burrage Beach and Richard Adams, 
Esquires. 

■ < a#OHu 

Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal 

Church in the U. States. 

The Right Rev. William White, d. d. of Pennsylvania, 

The Right Rev. John Henry Hobart, d. d of New-York. 

The Right Rev. Alexander \iets Griswold, d. d. of the 
eastern diocess. 

The Right Rev. Rickard Channing Moere, d. d. of Vir- 
ginia. 

The Right Rev. James Kemp, d. d. of Maryland. 

The Uight Rev. John Croes, d. d. of New- Jersey. 

The RigUt Rev. Nathaniel Bowen, d d of South Carolina. 

The Right Rev. Thomas G. Brownell, d.d. ll. d. of 
Connecticut. 

The Right Rev, Philander Chase, d.d. Ohio. 

Connecticut Bible Society. 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President* 

Vice-Presidents. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, Franklin, 

Rev. Lyman Beechei, d. d. Litchfield; 

Rev. Samuel Merwin, New Haven, 

John Hall, esq. Ellington. 
Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary, 
Joseph Rogers, Hartford, Treasurer* 

Directing Committee, 

Samuel Pitkin, esq, Bast-Hartford 
Rev. Abel Flint, d.d. Hartford 



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"Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Windsor 
Rev Calvin Chap in, d d Wethersfield 
Jiev Samuel Goodrich, Berlin 
l?ev Noah Porter, Farmington 
Rev Toab Brace, Wethersfield 
Daniel Wadswortfa, esq Hartford. 
Rev Joel Hawes, Hartford 

Rev. Abel Flint, d d general agent for purchasing an$ 
-distributing Bibles, to whom applications for Bibles are to 
be made. 

Julius Deming, esq Litchm 'd Guy Richards, esq New- 
London, ChaHes Sherman, esq New-Haven, Jabez 
Huntington, esq Norwich, agents of Deposit,, who will be 
furnished with Bibles, to supply all who may apply to 
them for their annual dues, as members of the Society, 
and also for gratuitous distribution. 

Annual Meeting at Hartford, the second Thursday of 
May, at 8 o'clock, A M. 

New- London Country Bible Society. 

Hon. E!ias Perkins, President 

Vice Presidents— Rev. J oseph Strong, Rev. Bethel Judd 
Rev. Levi Nelson, V* illiam Woodbridge, esq. Rev. Lath- 
rop Rockwell, Rev Abel MtaEweh, Gen. David Deming- 
Nfcthan Shipman, esq Rev Samuel Nott, Flev Timothy 
Tuttle. 

Richard Adams, erq. Treasurer 
Robert Ccit, Secretary 

D wight Ripley esq Agr.nt for Norwich, North-Stoning- 
ton, Preston, GriswoicJ, Lisbon, Franklin and Colchester. 

Ebenczer Learned, esq Agent for New London, Water- 
ford, Lyme, Montville, JSale'in, Croton. and Stonington. — 
with whom Bibles are left foi' distributioa. 



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Fairfield County Bible Society- 

Hon Roger M. Sherman, President 

Vice Pretidenta—Vtev Isaac Lewis, d ». Matthew Mar- 
tin, e^.q. Hon Samuel R. Sherwsod, Eliphalet St. John 
esq Capt James W. Alien 

Rev ftlijah Waterman, Cor. Secretary 
Rev William Andrews, Record Secretary 
Directors — Samuel Rowland, esq VVlliiam Peet, o?q 
Alanson Hamlin, esq Lemuel rani' <H, esq Lambert Lock- 
wood, esq D; . David Hull, Rev Nathaniel Hewitt 
David Judaon, esq. Treasurer 
Hon. Gideon To mJ in son, Auditor 
Rev Di- Lewis, and Rev Matthew R Dutton, were ap- 
pointed the Delegates from this Society, to attend the 
next Anniversary of the American Bible Society. 

{j^T'The depository of Bibles is at the Store of De- 
Forest, & Co. 



General Grand Encampment of the li- 
nked S tales. 



M. W. Sir DeWitt Clinton, of Albany, N Y G. G. Master 

Sir Han y Fuwier, of Boston, Ms. D G G. Mas- 
ter 

Sir John Snow, of vVorthington, Ohio, C. G Gen- 
eralissimo 

Sir Ezra Ames, of Albany, N.Y.G. G. Captain 
General 



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Rev. Sir Paul Dean, of Boston, Ms. G. G. Prelate 
Sir Martin Hoffman, of New- York, G. G. Senior 

YVarder 
Sir John Carlisle, of Providence, R. I. G. G. Jun- 
ior Warder 
Sir Peter GrinneH, of Providence, It. I. G. G. Y, 
Sir J.J. Loring, of Boston, Ms G. G. Recorder 
Sir Thomas Lownes, of New-York, G. G. Warder 1 
Sir Jonathan SchiefTelin, of New-York, G. G. 

Standard Bearer 
Sir Ebenezer Wadsworth, of Nassau, N. Y. G. G» 
Sword Bearer. 



Washington Encampment of Knights Templar s> 
held at New-London and Colchester* 

Sir Elizur Goodrich, jun. G. Commander 
Lyman Law, Generalissimo 
John S. Peters, Captain Genera! 
James Cushman, Prelate 
Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 
David Deming, Recorder 
John French, Senior Warder 
Andrew Harris, Junior Warder 
Avery Morgan, Standard Bearer 
Guy Bigelow, Warder 
Charles Butler, Great Sword Bearer, 



Grand Council of Select Masters in tbtf 
State of Connecticut. 

M E. Thomas I*. Cashing G. P, 
K Laban Smith. I). G. P. 
R. fy'Om Goodrich, jr. G T. L 
E. Jeremy L, Cross, Q P. C 



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E. Andrew L. Harris, G.C. Cn 

E. Andrew Kidston, G. T. 

K. Samuel G. Chaffer, G. K. 

E. and Rev. iYJenzies Rayner, G. C. 

E. Darius Hig«ins, G. S. S3 T. 



General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch 
Masons in the United States. 

M. B k Hon. DcWitt Clinton, G. G. H. Priest 
K. Henry Fowler, D. G G. H. Priest 
E. John Snow, G. G. King 
E. Philip P. Eckel, G. G. Scribe 
K. John Abbot, G. G. Secretary 
E. Peter Grinne!!, G. G Treasurer 
E. & Rev. Jonathan Nye* G. G. Chaplain 
E. David G. Cowaa, G. G. Marshal. 



Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons 
in Connecticut. 

M. E. Lyman Law, G (I V. 

E. Laban Smith, D. G. II. P. 
E. Thomas rf. Cashfofj, G. K. 

Eiizur Goodrich, jr. G S. 

Henry Champion, G. Treasurer 

John Mix, G. S. 

Asa Meech, G. Chapfatti 

Jeremy L. Cross, G M» 

Wm.'G. Belts, G. C. 
• / 

ThefMvtoifig Camp's, rvere appointed Grand Vh m 

ilors for (he Stare. 

Jeremy L. Cross, James Cusfesnao, Andrew Harm. 



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The next Grand Convocation will be held at New-Ha* 
ven, on Thursday the 10th of May, 1822. 



Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 

M W Lyman Law, G M. 

K W Thomas H Gushing, D. G. M. 

\V Ralph I. Ingersol!,S. G W. 

W Fdizor Goodrich, Jan. J.-G. W. 

W Henry Champion G. Treas. 

W Wm H. Jones, G. Sec. 

W Jeremy L Cross, G. L. 

XV Thomas K Brace, S G. D. 

W James Ca'rrirgton, J. G. W. 

W k Rev. Menzies Rayner, G C. 

W Darius Higgins, G. Tyler, 



CHAPTERS. 

Tlie Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Royal Arch Chapter, are as follows— viz. 

Hiram Chapter, No. 1 Newtown 
Fraht^ii* Chapter. No. 2. Mew-Haven 
Solomon Chapter, No. 3. fiferby 
Franklin Chapter, No, 4, Norwich 
'Var.derbrook Chapter, No 5, Colchester 
Washing' on Chapter, No 6, Middletown 
Ujjnn Chapter, No. 7 . New London 
Lynch Chapter, No. 8, Redding and Weston 
Trinity Chapter, No, g, Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, No. 10, Woodbury 
Kitfcnhouse Chapter . No. 1 1, Stamford 
Warren Chapter, No. 12, Pomfret 
Jerusalem Chapter, No. 13, Stratford 
Hamilton Chapter, No 14, Kent 
Meridian Chapter, No. 15, Ganaan 



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Danas Chapter, No. 16, Litchfield 
Pythagoras Chapter, No. 17, Hartford 



Master Lodges in Connecticut, 



No. i Hiram, New-Haven 28 

2 St. John's, Middletown 

3 St. John's, Bridgeport 29 

4 St. John's HanYord 39 

5 Union, Greenwich 31 

6 Sr. John's. Norwalk 32 

7 King Solomon's, Wood- 53 

bury 34 

8 St. John's, Stratford 35 

9 Compass, Wnllingford 36 

10 Wooster, Colchester 37 

11 St. Paul's, Litchfield 33 

12 King Hiram, Derby 39 

13 M o n < go me ry , S a] i s bu ry 40 

14 Frederick, Farniington -II 
1 3 M o r i a h , C a n te r b u ry 42 

16 Temple. Chef hi re i-3 

1 7 Fe d e r a I . W a l c it o w n 44 
13 Hiram, Newtown 

19 Washington, Hunting- 45 

ton 46 

20 Harmony, Berlin 47 

21 St. Peter's, N. MilforjJ in 

22 Hart's, Wood bridge 4o 
2S St. James 5 . Preston 50 
£4 Uriel, Mansfield 51 
25 Columbia, Stepney 52 
go Columbia, E. Haddam 53 
ST Rising Sun, Washington 



Morning Star,E. Wind- 
sor 
Village, New-Hartford 
Day-Spring, Hamden 
Union, New-London 
Meridian Sun, Warren 
Friendship, Soulhington 
Somerset, Norwich 
Aurora, Harwinton 
St. Mark's, Granby 
Western Star, Norfolk 
St. Albans, Guilford 
Ark, Western 
Union, Danhury 
Federal, Brookfiehl 
Harmony, Waterbury 
T r i n i '. y , K i] ling wort h 
Eastern S ar, Lebanon 

& Wind ham 
Pythigoi-ns. Lyme 
Putnam, Pomfrei 
Morning S<ar, Oxford 
St. Luke, Kent 
Jerusalem, Ridgefield 
Warren, Andover 
Warren, Chatham 
Mount Olive, Saybrook 
Widow's Son, Norin^ 

Sioniugtoa 



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54 Hamilton, Sharon 

55 Seneca, Torrington 

56 Franklin, Bristol 

57 Asylum, Stonington 



58 Northern Sf a r, Bark* 

bamsted 

59 Apollo, Suffield 

60 Wclcott, Stafford 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD, 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Mayor," 
*2ldermen. 
Thomas Day, I Jeremy Hoadtey, 

Henry Seymour | Talcott Wolcou, 

Jeremiah Brown, esq. city clerk. 

William Whitman, etq clerk of city court. 

Waller Mitchell, esq. city attorney. 

Horace Wadsworth, Benjamin Hastings, sheriffs. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, treasurer. 

Elisha Dodd, auditor of city accounts. 



xvuuuuni, jJiuuei vv inallip, tiuiiii u nnaujs, uwigc uuii t 

John Wing, Oliver Woodford, John M. Niles, Isaac Tou- 
sey. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual meeting, last Mouday in March. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. Elizvr Goodrich, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
William Bristol, I William Mosely, 

Abraham Bishop, | Benjamin Gran n is, esquires 

Elisha Mnnson, esq. city clerk 
Andrew Kidston, esq. treasurer 



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Ralph L*eVvr->r»d, esq clerk of cify rourt 
John ^cott, Elihu Mttoson, sheiiSFs. 
Common Council JMcn 
Qbadlah Ifotehfciss, John Miles, Joseph N\ CLa^k, Eh 
Mix, Samuel Wadsworth, Seth Barnes, Henry Monsnn, 
David Kimberly, Eldad Gilbert, Philip Saunders, Leman 
Hall, T^li Osborne. 

0Uy Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Annual meeting first Tuesday in June. 



new-lo:;don. 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Mkaikaud, Mayor-. 
Jildermen, 
Hon, Elias Perkins I William Stockman, 

Isaac Thompson | David Frink, esquires. 

John A. Fulton, esq. treasurer 
William F. Brainard esq- clerk ©f the city court. 
Ebenezer Way* e9q. city clerk 
Henry Jepson, Nathaniel Hempstead, sheriff. 
Common Conncil Men, 
John Way, Nathaniel Sal ton stall, Charles Butler, Pardon 
Lewis, Guy Turner, John A. Fulton,, esquires. 

City Court held on the first Monday in eachfnonth, 
Annual meeting, second Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 
Hon. Calvin Goddakd, Mayor. 
Jlldermen. 
Eiisha Tracy, | Erastus Huntington, 

Simeon Thomas, | Richard Adams. 

Hon. James Lanman, esq. City Attorney 

James Stedman, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 

Court. 

Charles Thomas, Shuhael- Breed, Sheriffs. 

Common Council Men. 

Nathan Towmeud, itiehard P. Tracy, Asa I?oath. 

City Court he'd on the second Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting the third Monday in April 



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MIDDLETOWN. 

Hon. Asher Miller, Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Samuel W . Dana, | Kenry Carrington, 

Thomas Maedonough, j Seth Paddock 

John Fisk, esq City Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of 
City Court, 
George W. Bull, Harvey Tread way, Sheriffs. 
Common Council Men. 
John K. Watkinson, VVm. Van Deursen, John Hinsdale, 
Henry Li. Dekoven, Samuel Mather, Charles Brewer, Sam- 
uel Cooper, Joseph Hubbard, Ephraim Bound, Robert 
Johnson, Nathan Starr, 

George W. Stanley, esq. City Attorney 

City Court held on the second Tuesday in each montfa* 

Annual Meeting, third Monday in January. 



STGN1NGTON BOROUGH. 

Samuel F. Denison, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses 
Joseph Smith, Elisha Faxon, Gurdon Trumbull, Wil- 
liam W Rodman, William Lord, Giles R, Hallam, Alex- 
ander G. Smith, John Smith. 

Nathan Smith, Clerk 

Francis Amy, Treasurer 

David C. Smith, Bailiff 

BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

Daniel Sterling, esq. Warden 

Burgesses 

Eeuben Tweedy, Daniel Burritts, Jesse Sterling, Snmu-i 

el C. "Rutland, Thomas C. Warden, Epenetus Curtiss. 

Charles De- Forest, Clerk 

Benjum'm S. Smith, Bailiff 



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GUILFORD BOROUGH. 

Nathaniel Grilling, esq Warden 
Burgesses 
Jonathan Bishop, Thomas Burgess, Jedcdlah Lath.rop 9 
Joel Tuttle, ji\ Friend Collins, Sara lie I Robinson; 
Samuel Fowler, Clerk 
Joel Tuttle, jr Treasurer 
Sam'l Robinson, jr. Bailiff 



KILLINGW0RT1I BOROUGH. 

Austin Olcott, esq. Warden 
Ihirgesses 
George Carter, Isaac Redfield, Samuel Buell, J-w:n Ros- 
setter, Abie I A. Loom is, Leet Hurd. 

Jared Carter, Clerk 

Thomas C. Ward, Treasurer 

David Redfield, Bailift*. 



BANKS IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq President 
Horace Burr, Cashier 
Directors— Nathaniel Terry, Andrew Kingsbury, 
Chauncey Deming, David VVatkinson, lames H. Weils, 
James Ward, Eli'phalet Terry, Henry Hudson, Speneer 
Whiting. Joseph Trumbull, Gad Cowles, Martin Ells- 
worth, Henry deymour, on the part of the State : Hen- 
ry W. Ellsworth, esq Attorney for rhe Bank. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, 2d Thursday of June. 
D» count D.^vs, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.— 
' Notes for discount to he lodged before VZ o'clock oa those 
days. 



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"PHffiNIX BANK, 



PRINCIPAL BANK AT HARTFORD.' 

'Charles Signnrney, esq. President. 
George Beach, esq. Cashier, 
Directors —Charles Sigourney, David Porter, Ward 
Woodbrid^e, Thomsis Day, Sylvester Welles, Wra. Ely, 
Cyprian Nichols, Daniel Buck, John T. Peters, Eliphaiet 
Avet ill, Jesse Savage. Walter Mitchell, esq. Attornev for 
tbe Uank 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD, 

Benjamin Tallmadge, esq President 
Austin Kilbourn, Cashier 

Directors --Benjamin Tallmadge, Charles L. Webb, 
Setli P. Peers, Jabez W. Huntington, Wm. Buell, David 

Jjk Board man, Erastus Lyman 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in Sep= 

(ember 



UNION BANK NEW-LONDON 

George Hallam, esq. President. 
Robert Hal lam, esq. Cashier. 

Directors — George Hallam, Jonathan Starr, Daniel La- 
fhrop, Joseph Perkins, John Hallam, Jtrali Isham, liobert 
Coit, Peter Richards, Wm. Williams, jr. Ezra Chapuell, 
Joseph Huntington. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in June. 

Day* of Discount, Tuesdays ar.d Fridays, Hours of bu- 
siness' from 10 lo 12 o'clock "A. M. and from 2 lo 4 o'clock 
P". M, 






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NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Elisha Denison, esq President.' 

Anthony Thatcher, Cashier. 

Directors-'- Elisha Denison, F.li«s Perkms, Edward 

Chap-pell, Isaac Thompson, Jacob B- Gurley, Wra, P. 

Cleaveland, Thos. W. Williams, Abraham Shepard, 

Noyes Barber. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of Ju!y. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 o'clock A- M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. 



EAGLE BANK AT NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. Prescient 
William S. Rosstter, Cashier 
Directors — George Hoadley, Eli Whitney, James Good- 
rich, Charles Denison, William Bristol, Nathan Peck, Je- 
hiel Fobes, Abraham Bish>p, William McCrackan. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, the third Tuesday in. 
July. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hours of 
business, from 10 o'clock A M. to 3 o'clock P.M. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, esq. President. 
Timothy Southmayd, Cashier. 
Directors — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, John 
R. Watkinson, Joseph VV Alsop, Samuel Gill, Joseph 
Hubbard, Samuel Southmayd, Epaphroditus Champion, 
Samuel Colt, Joseph Hill— Thomas Mather, on the part of 
ike State. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

John S. Cannon, esq. President 
George Hay t. Cashier* 

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directors — John S. Cannon, Isaac Bron3on, Jessuj* 
Wakeman, Roger M. Sherman, Ebenezer Jessup, Salmon 
Hubbeil, David Minot. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday of 
Juiy. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE 
UNITED STATES' BANK. 

(Located at Middletown.) 

Enoch Parsons, esq. President. 

Joshua P, Burnham, Cashier. 

directors— Enoch Parsons, Jacob Sebor, Jeremiah Brown, 

Daniel Hand, Elijah Board man, Justin Lyman, Henry L. 

Dekoven, Samuel Mather, Henry Carrington. 



HARTFORD SAVING SOCIETY. 

Daniel Wadsworth, esq. President. 



H. 




Trustees— Cyprian Nichols, Mason F Cogswell, Henry- 
Hudson, Samuel Tudor, jun Russel Bonce, James 8. Hos~ 
mer, Charles Hosmer, Thomas Day, George Goodwin, jr. 
Lorenzo Bull, James R. Woodbridge, James M. Goodwin^ 
Joseph B. Gilbert, John Butler, Henry Ivilbourn, Christo- 
pher Colt, BaizJIJai Hudson, jr. Roderick Terry, Horace 
Burr, George Beach, Normand Smith, Thomas K. Brace, 
Jesse Savage, Seth Terry. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Elisha Colt, Treasurer. 

The office of the Saving Society is open at the dwel« 
ring house of the treasurer, church street, every Wednes- 
day, trora 2 to 5 o'clock, P. M. 






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MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES- 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, esq President. 
William W Ellsworth, esq. Secretary. 
Directors— John Caldwell Elisha Colt, Michael Olcott, 
Christopher Colt, Jesse Savage, Olmsted Bulkley, Henry 
Kilbourn, Nathan Morgan, David Porter. 

NEW-HAVEN. 

Elias Shipman, esq. President. 
John Shipman, esq. Secretary. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Joseph W. Alsop, esq. President- 
Samuel B Redfield, esq- Secretary- 

NEW-LONDON. 

Elisha Denison, esq President. 
David Coit, esq. Secretary. 

OCEAN, NEW-HAVEN. 
Roger Sherman, esq. President. 
Truman Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 
HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 

Walter Mitchell, esq Secretary. 
Directors — Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel Patten, James 
I. Wells, Henry Hudson, Edward Watkinson, Roswell 
lartholomew, Eliphalet Terry, Thomas Day, Spencer 
Vfeiting. 



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JETXA, HARTFORD 



Thomas K. Brace, esq. President. 

Isaac Perkins, esq, Secretary. 

Directors— Thomas K. Brace, Henry L. Ellsworth* 
Thomas Belden, Samuel Tudor, jr. flenry Kilbourn, Heiij 
ry Sevmour, Griffin Stedman, Gams Lyman, Joseph Mop 
gan, £lisha Dodd, Charles Babcock, Christopher Saunders' 
Issac Perkins, Jesse Savage, Nathan Morgan, Joseph Pratt- 
and George Beach. 



Treasurers, Assessors, and Boards of 
Relief. 

(As far as obtained.) 

Q^j^The names of the Treasurers are in italic ; a, standi 
for Assessors, and b. r for Boards of Relief • 

Hartford — Isaac Spencer, a John Wa'tson, Elish 
Wells, James Colt, ftinses Goodwin, Theron Demiug, b 
flenry Seymour, Jeremiah Brown, Joseph Pratt, Josepl] 
Elmer. 

BurJington — Waite Loiory, a Elias Wooding, Cale 
Matthews, Norman Humphrey, b r Bliss Hart, Theopfc 
ilus Pettihone, James Andrus. 

East-Hartfcrd— Samuel Pitkin a John Pitkin, Georg 
Cheney b r Shubael Griswold, Aaron Buckland, Timcih 
Hall. 

East Windsor— Aaron Bissell a John Watson jr Era 
tu9 STronp* &>**» Ladd br John Sioughton, jr. Dani 
Haydon, William Foster, 



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"Enfield— Warn Potter, a Elam O. Potter, br Etam 
*0. I'otter, Win. Dixon, Lemuel Kingsbury. 

Farmington — Martin Bull, a George Cowles, Noadiah 
Woodruft", Geo. Norton, br John Mix, Elias Lewis, Amos 
Wheeler. 

Glastenbury— Samuel Welles a Samuel Welles, Ezra 
'Dayton, Sylvester Blish, br Marvin Dayton, Geo. Wrifle, 
i£ben<?zer Halh 

Granby — Daniel Hays jr. a Ferdinand Clements, Tho- 
>mas Spring, Jacob Edgerton, Horace Clark, Hezekiah 
'Griswold, br Daniel Benjamin, Sedose Wilcox, Samuel 
'Clark. 

Marlborough— Mosely Talcott a Oliver Phelps, br Is- 
rael Foote, Joel Foote, Isaac Bigelovv 

Simsbury — Haynes VVoodbvidge a James Cornish, Abe! 
Adams jr. Shubael S. Hoskins, br Ambrose Case, Amos 
Tuller, Samuel Holcomb. 

Soulhinglon— Roger WhittUney, Lucas Curtis, Jude 
Hart, Chester Grannis, br Timothy Hart, Jchabod Cul- 
pepper, Frisbie, Giles 'Langdon. 

Sufiield — Oliver Pease, a Erastus Sheldon, Ebenezer 
Pomeroy, Samuel Nurris, br Richard, Warner, Joseph 
Pease, ApolJos Fuller 

Wetheisfield— Timothy Stillman a Samuel Ga!pin,Abra« 
-ham Crane, Asaph Whittlesey, VVhi. Ilobbins, .£> Leon- 
ard Wells, Rosweil Riley, Jacob Did, Levi iteming, Levi 
Rebbias. 

Windsor— Eli Wilson, a Giles ElUworth, Horace Pal- 
mer, Wm v Alford, Eli Brown, Or Levi llavden, Jostah 
tFhelps, Oiiver Thrall. 

Nkw41avxn— Andrew KUhton, a Joseph N T . Clark, I- 
taac Dickerman, Eliska Munson, Henry Ward, E!i Mix, 
i* r Qbadtah Hotchkiss, Abraham Bishop, Seth Barnes, 
William Pcekhatn, Frederick II. I^e Forge. 

Branford — James Marker, a Edward Baldwin, Cafvia 
Frisbie, David Rose, EMzur f Jar .Lou 6 r Elij; h LindSey 
Jacob Frisbie, Jonathan Rose, jr. 

Cheshire— #/t/V* Hitchcock, a Reuhfn W .Roys, Joseph 
1 DoolUtle, Isaac J. Boolhe,6 r Rufns ijitchcock, Andrew 
Mull, Barrage Bearh, Joshua Ives, Jareti Burr 

iJerbj -— £ther$ Jtih?iee } a ShdUoa Curtiss, Jeremiah 



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French b r J. Humphrey* Peter Tomlinson, J.Riggp. 

East-Haven- -Jiela Farnham, a Bela Farnhara, Phile- 
mon Holt, b r Levi Potter, Amos Bradley. 

Guilford — Samuel Fowler, a Samuel Fowler, Comfort 
Starr, Ebenezer Dudley, David Chittenden, Joel Munger, 
v r Nathaniel G tiffing, Reuben Elliott, Phineas Meigs, 
Nathan Chidsey, Ber-jamin Field. 

Hamden — /fasseZ Pierpont, a Jason Dickerman, Roger 
Dorman, Allen Potter, b r Russel Pierpont, Hezekiah J. 
Warner, Jesse Mansfield. 

Meriden — Levi Yale, a Samuel Paddock, jr Isaac 
Lewis, Ashbel Griswold, b r Asaph Merriam. Walter 
Booth, William Yale. 

Middiebury- Larmon Toiv?isend, a David Abbot, br 
Ezekiel Stone, James D W coster, Ephraim Tuttle, Eli 
Hire, Eli Thompson 

MWihrd—Elnathan Baldwin, a William Strong, Na- 
than Clark, Nathan Clark, 2d, b r Samuel Dueand, jr. 
Michael Peck, jr. Richard Treat, Benjamin L Lambert, 
Jirah Bull. 

North -Haven — Daniel Pierpont, a Jesse Andrews, 
Daniel Pierpont, b r Jacob Bassett, Joshua Barnes, Isaac 
C. Stiles, James rfeaton, Giles Pierpont, jr. 

Southbury — William Hinman, a John Moseley, Ebene- 
zer Johnson, b r JoeJ Pierce, Daniel Clark, Obadiah 
Wheeler", William Burr, Ephraim E Stiles. 

Waliingford — William Todd, a Amos Dutton b r Aa-, 
ron Hall, William Todd, Billious Cook. 

Waterbury — James Scovel, a Aaron Benedict, Joseph 
Warner, Samuel J iiickox, b r Moses Hal!, Obadiah 
\V arner, Elias Ford. 

Woleott— Ambrose Ives, a Heman Hail, Luther Ans 
drews, b r Ambrose Ives, Erastus Welten, Archibald Mi« 
nor. 

Woodbridge — Justus Thomas, a John Darling, Charles 
Spen \, Daniel Tolles, Eliakim Smith, b r Isaac Sperry, 
William Beecher, Adonijah French. 

New-London— a Lodowick Fosdick b r Henry Ma- 
son, Christopher Munwarring, Isaac Thompson 

Norw'cli — Charles P. Huntington, a John Hyde, 
Benjamin Snow, b r Charles P. Huntington,DwigUt Rip- 
ley, Charles Rock w ell. 



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Bozrah — Gardner Avery, "a Simeon Abel, Dyer M'Call 
Elijah Abel, b r Zepher Stark. 

Colchester— John R. Watrous, a Zelotes Clark, b r 
Samuel Kellogg, 2d. Erastus Chester, Elias \V. Newton, 
Asa Day, William Brainard' 

Franklin — Oliver Johnson, a Eli Hartshorn, b r Josh- 
ua Tracy, Simeon llazen, Henry Hazen. 

Oris wold— William Clift a William Clift b r Joseph 
Wiiburn, -Gilbert Billings, John B. Tyler. 

Groton — Nathan Duboll a Youngs Avery, Roswel 
Fish, Erastus Williams, Asa Lester b r James Mitchell, 
Nichols Chester, Ebenezer Avery, Rodman Niles, Pal- 
mer Hewitt. 

Lisbon - Joseph Jewett a Freeman Tracy, Tyler 
Brown, Joseph L Lyon b r Joseph Jewett, Charles Per- 
kins, Roswel i Adams 

Lyme- Samuel J5. Mather a Daniel Anderson, John 
Moore, 2d, Ebenezer Brock way b r William M. Smith, 
Peter Comstoek. Richard E. Selden 

Montville — Azel Rogers a William Raymond Nich- 
olas Bishop, Jared Turner, John Congdon, George Ray- 
mond b r William Wick ware, Elisba Holmes, Hazard 
Browning, John Filch, Nathaniel Bradford. 

Salem — John Billings a Daniel Patten, Abel Gates, 
Thomas Bradford, Seth Tiffany, Russel Williams br 
Henry Perkins, Seth Lathrop, Mum ford Dolbear. 

N Stoninglon— Dudley R. Wheeler a Chester Smith b r 
Elias Hewitt, Daniel Parker. Latham Hull, John Lang- 
worthy, jr Thomas Pi entice. 

Sioningion --l<?sse /Jean a Reuben Cl.esebrough h r 
G R Hailam : Elias Chesebr* ugh, Stephen Bahcoek 

Waterford — Caleb Raymmd a Joshua B. Chapel. \\ n- 
jamin Brown, Richard R Morgan b r Charles Avery, 
-l^'ibert Doug-lass, John Watrous. 

Fairfield — David JhU a Tims Brothude, John 
1 1 nil, Thos. J. Rowland, Gershom Wakeman b r Samu- 
mel O Seeley, Jesup Wakeman, Seymour Taylor, Abra- 
ham D. Baldwin. 

Danbury — Auuison Hamlin a Samuel Tweedy, jr Ben- 
jamin Hoyt 6 r Stephen Ht>y t, EH Tavlor, James Kimn, 
Moss White, FJeazer Hiekock. 
Uiidgi>iion— Smith Tweedy a Noah PiUiab, Thus. C- 



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Word In £> r James B. Beach, Reuben Tweedy, Philia 
Walker. 

\iiookfte\d— Samuel Sherman a Benjamin Lake, Ste- 
phen Gregory, Lyman Smith b r Robert B. Ruggles, 
Michael Dunning, Wait Northrop. 

G rtenwreh— Peter Alead a Hezekiah Tracy, .Tames 
Smithy Alexander Heudrick b r Isaac How, Joshua Fer- 
ris, Abraham Close. 

Huntington — Hezekiah Marks a Nathan G. Birdsey, 
Joel Bard, William Wbeeier, Eli L. Hawley - br Abner 
Hyde, David B. Newton, David B. HubLeii, Wm. Clark, 

New Canaan — Samuel St. Joan a Joseph Fitch, Enos 
Weed, b r Nathan Seely, Stephen Hoyt, Isaac Richards. 

New-Fairneld — Samuel T, JJurnum a Samuel V. Bar- 
»»m br David Lane, Jabez Treadwell, Isaac Turney, Le- 
vi Stevens, Tbaddeus Penneld, 

Newtown— Cyra Glozer a Jonathan S. Fairchild, An- 
son A- Nettletou b r Abijah B. Curtis, James Nichols, 
Philo Booth. 

Nor walk— Benjamin Isaacs a Benjamin Isaacs, Seth 
Taylor, .Barnab.-U Marvin b r Henry Belden, Moses 
Gregory, James Seymour, James Quintard, jr. John Gray 

Itedding — 3onatha?i 11. Sanford a Gershorn Sherwood, 
Hezekiah Head, jr. Edmund Fanton b r Billy Comstock, 
Burr Perry, John Meeker. 

Rklgzfmh] -Richard Randall a Bradley Hull b r 
Samuel Stebbins, Aaron Lee, Elijah Hawley, Benjamin 
Ly nes, James Sears. 

Sherman — David Northrop a Levi Northrop b r 
JobH Arton, Isaac Ingersol, David Leach. 

Stimtofd*- Seym our Sarvis n Isaac HoHy, James F. 
Paimer, Luther Weed, Henry Waring:, Isaac Ay res b v 
Isaac Lock wood, Joseph Gray, Solomon Clason. 

aJif-atford — David Brooks a Jobn E. Coe, Nathaniel 
L. Wheeler, Stephen Booth b r Jabez H. Toiuliuson, 
E'laS Weils. Samuel Curtis, jr. 

TrumbuM — Robert Middlebrooks a Frederick Hurd, 
Eli Plum b r Abet Summers, Lewis Fairchild, Abel S, 
iJ»ach. 

H talon— Stephen Whsekr a Isaac Earner, Bradford 



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Winion, Jeremiah Rowland, Stephen Summers, Daviti 
Patch en b r Stephen Wheeler, Oliver C. Suntord. 

Wilton — Samuel Belden, jr. a Daniel Church, jr. Be- 
la St. John, Erastus Slurges b r Matthew Marvin, Jem- 
my James, Noah Olmsted. 

Brooklyn — Zach. Spalding a Vine Robinson, Bela 
P- Spalding b r John Parish, Denison Cady, SamuehScar- 
borough. 

Ashford— Josias Byles a Amos Bugbee, David Holies, 
John Warner b r Edward Keyes, Thos. Dow, Elijah 
Whiton. 

Canterbury — Thomas Coit a Jedediah Johnson, Jacob 
Bacon, James Cary b r Asahel Bacon, Eleazer Smith, A- 
sa Butts. 

Columbia— Samuel Little a Gershom Dorrance, Daniel 
Holbrook, Alpheus Kingsley, jr. b r Asahel Allen, Samu- 
el West, jr. Win. Carver. 

Hampton — Wm. A, Brewster a Amasa Clark, Asahel 
Hammond, Eben. Burnam b r £olo. Tain lor, Daniel 
Searles, Charles Moulton, Adonijah Burnam, John C. 
Howard. 

Killingly — Luther Warren a Joseph Adams, Philip 
Dexter, Cyrus Day, Dyer Warren, Samuel Kelley b r 
Luther Warren, Penuel Hutchins, Ezra Hutchins, Antho- 
ny Brown, David Chase. 

Lebanon — Anderson Martin, jr. a Eiihu Waterman^ 
Samuel Buckingham, Amos Fowler b r Samuel Bailey, 
jr. James F. Marvin, Elias Williams. 

Mansfield — -Luther Kingsley a Eliphalet Bennet, 
Thomas Aspenwall, Seth bunham, David Cooant, Ora 
Beunet b r Zaimoii Storrs, Artemas Gurley, Skiff Free- 
man. 

Fi&in&eld— Vincent Hinkley a John Dunlap b r Lem- 
uel Woodward, Isaac Knight, Philip Kenyon, Nathan 
Burgess, Vincent Hinkley. 

Porofret— i 'homas M. Grosvenor a Catein Day, John 
Williams, Ralph James br Nathan Dresser, Squire Ses- 
sions, Willard Hubbard. 

Sterling- -Pierce Smith a William Fenner, Asa Dow 
b r James Henry, Joseph Gallup, Azei Cole, 



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Thompson— John Nichols, jr. a Theodore Dwight, < 
\Y T y man Carroll, Stephen Holmes br Stephen Crosby j 
^Osiah Com ins, Elijah Nichols, jr. 

Vo!untown---Jawes Alexander a Miner Robbins. 

Windham-?- Eliphalet Bip'iey a Alfred Young, Abncr 
Robinson £ r Zephaniah Swift, Jesse Spafford, Benjamin \ 
Sni ' h. 

Woodstock — Jdhn Fox a Pearly Lyon, Wra, Bowen 
Thomas Chandler h r William May, William Lyon, 2d.. 
Thomas Coi bin. 

Li tch field — Samuel Bull, a Samuel Seymour, Eph- 
raim S Hall, Hhilo Moss, James Bige, or David Marsh, ; 
Morris Woodruff, John Welch, Jonathan Bull 

Barkhamsied — Joseph Wilder, a Samuel Munson, E!i-l 
jah Jones, Felatiah Allen, br Humphrey Case, Daniel I 
Kichardson, Harmon Munson. 

Bethlem— Samuel Church, a Samuel Bloss, Samuel 
Jackson, br Nehemiah Lambert, Geo. D. Kasson, S. C. 
Leavitt. 

Canaan — Benajah Douglass, a Samuel Robbins, Bena- 
jp.h Doug' <?, b r Ezekiel Hoskins, Benj. Benedict, Jabez 
Brewster, Silas Franklin. 

Colfcbrook — Ira Whiting, a Nathan Bass, Samuel E. 
Mills br Rufus Holmes, Theron Rockwell, Elijah Grant. 

Cornwall- Vacant a Samuel Hopkins, Oliver Burnixtin 
br William Kellogg, Noah Rogers, Peter Birne. 

Goshen— Adhio Bale a William .Stanley, Truman 
Starr, Leman Uviatt br Moses Lyman. Thomas Griswold, 
Noah Humphrey, Philo Haw, David Woosler. 

Harwinton — Roswel Aherfietliy a Noah Wilton br Fla- 
vel Beck with, James A. Perkins, Abijah Webster. 

Kent— "-Philo JYlills a Joseph Skin' Nathan Slosson 
b r Ah 1 Eeach. Bh \ se\e Peardsley. Lewis Mills. 

New-Hai tford— Asu Goodwill a Norman Mcrrelh John 
Speucejr. b r Roger Mills, James Henderson, Asa Good- 
win. 

New-Milford — Wm. Taylor a Daniel A Picket br Ho- 
mer Boardman, Jeremiah Baldwin, John Worster. 

Norfolk — Nuihaidel S'evcns a Joseph Kiggs b r Law* 
■i-auo'j Mills, Thomas Curtis. 



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Plymouth— Calvin Butler a Chauncey Warner, Asa 
Wilton b r Daniel Potter,Thomas Mitchell, Apollos War- 
ner. 

Salisbury — tlbijah C. Peet a Thomas N. Smith, Dan- 
iel Brewster, Thomas Siiles b r ^amuel Church, Silas 
Heed, John Holmes, Robert Rail, Martin Strong. 

Sharon— Samuel Rock-well a Samuel Roberts, Henoni 
Peck b r Abraham Pratt, Benjamin Lines, Asa Hitch- 
cock. Crastus Deming, Trent Camp 

Torrington — John Gillett jr. a Samuei Woodward, Le- 
vi Mansiil, Uaais H Dibble, Elihu Cook b r Matthew 
Grant, John Gillett jr. Mussel C. Abernethy, Norman Grig- 
wold. 

Warren— Joseph Bennett a Benjamin Carter, br Ju- 
dab Eldred, Thomas Sackefc, Rue! Carter. 

Washington —Samue Leuvitt a Matthew Logan, Samue 
Baker, Stephen Cogswell br Elijah Meeker 

Watertown — Wm //. JMerriman a Johnson F Welton, 
Asa Woodward, jr. b r Ebenezer Bates, H. Curtiss,Sam- 
uel Elton, Samuel Hickcox. 

Winchester — ,)ames Boyd a Matthew Adams, Jonathan 
Coejr. b r Roger Coe, James Becbe, John Nash, Giles 
Russell. 

Washington — Samuel Leavitt a Matthew Logan, Sam- 
uel Baker, Stephen Cogswell b r Benjamin Morehouse 
Elijah Meeker. 

Woodbury — heman Sherman rcjohn Strong jr b r 
Peter F. Peck. Jesse Minor, Reuben Martin. 

Middlei own-77w;h«« Mather a Ephraim Bound, 
Elisha Treat, Jacob Atkins, Daniel J. Griswold, Elijah 
Paddock b r Thomas Mather, Zenas Edwards, Seth Birds° 
ey, Hosea Goodrich, James Hart 

Haddam — Ceo S. Brainard a Daniel Brainard, Rus- 
sell Shaler, Henry Smith b r David Spencer, Frederick 
Brainard, Smith Shaler 

Chatham — Zebulon Penfield a Daniel Shepard, Na- 
thaniel Markham jr. Joseph Dart b r Benjamin riurd,Jes« 
se Hall, David Bueii. 

Durham — Ue?mis Camp a Dennis Camp, John Hail, 
Guernsey Bates b r Wed worth Wadsworth, Abner New* 
ton, Manoah Camp, Joseph P. Camp, Stephen Uobiusua. 



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tSast-I-laddani — Christopher C. Gates a fcephanlah, 
Pratt, Joseph W Cone, Ozias Holmes b r Epaphroditus 
Champion, Josiah Griffin, Eliphalet Holmes 

Killingworth— Dan Lane a George Elliott, David Dib- 
bell, David Kelsey, Oren liedfield bv Edward Wilcox, 
David Griswold 

Say brook — Clark J\ott a Augustus Chalker,Wm. Bull, 
Wm. A Hill, Joel Can-field b r Ambrose Whittlesey, Eb- 
enezer Hayden, Jonathan Warner, Michael Hill. 

B olton- JWanl on Hammond a John Uuggles Br Joseph 
Carver jr. Sylvester Skinner, 2d, Daniel Strong 

Coventry — Nathan Howard a Shubael Brewster, James 
White, Daniel White b r Elisha Edgerton, Nathan Rose, 
Daniel Burnap. 

Hebron— J ana. Page a Judah Porter, Andrew Welles, 
Eleazur Sweetland b r Esekiel Brown, -Zachariah Cone, 
John Graves. 

Somers- Horatio A Hamilton a Alpheus Billing, D&« 
vid Fish, David Cady b r Job Hubbard jr. Calvin Pitkin* 
Richard Pease jr 

Stafford— Samuel Blodget a Samuel Rockwell, Eph- 
raim Dimick, Benning Mann bv Elijah Alden, David 
day, John Baker. 

Union— Robert Lawson a David Coge b v Williara 
Poster, Ebenezer Lawson, Luther Crawford. 

Vernon -Lebbeus P. Tinker a Phineas Talcott, b r 
h-ad Fuller, Francis M'Lean, Oliver H. King, Thorn- 
fts W. Kellogg, Delano — — 



INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS. 

Luther Savage, esq. Inspector General. 

Deputy Inspectors of Beef and Pork. 

Jeremiah Brown, for Hartford County 
loho Hunt, 2d, for New-Haven Couaty 
Jojiathan Sizer, for New -London County 



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Asa Benjamin, Tor Fairfield County 
David Keyes, for Windham County 
Hermanus Mat shall, fop Litchfield County 
Simon House, for Tolland County 
Ephraim Bound, for Middlesex County 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 



Snd Posl-AIasterSi in 

Post- Offices 

Ash ford 

Barkhamsted 

Berlin 

Bethel (Danbury> 

Bethlem 

Bolton 

Bradleysville (Litchfield 

Bran lord 

Bridgeport 

Bristol 

Brook field 

Brooklyn 

Burlington. 

Bozravilie 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Canton, or West S.imsbury 

Chelsea Landing 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Colcheter 

CoSehrook Meeting House 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Chatham 

Basbury 



the State oj Connecticut* 

Post ^Masters 

Dyer CIsrk 
Judali H, Roberts 
Jesse Hart 
Oliver Shepard 
8. Church f 
Saul A (void 
Henry Wads worth, 
Jonathan Bat kec 
Jes3e Sterling: 
Lot Newell 
Robert li. Rubles 
Adams White, ji\ 
IV. Lowry 
C. Wood worth < 

UFra. Dojgtass 

iWm. M BurrilJ 
Gad Bulkley 

John DeWitt 
Amasa Hitchcock* jc 
Bani Dentsoa 
K. Isham 
Fbenezer Jenk* 
George Wheatou 
Daniel Loom is 
John Stewart 
K&i'mca Wiidroaa 



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-Bethel 



Derby 
Durham 
East-Haddam 
East-Hartford 

Orford Parish 

East Granby 

East- Windsor 

Enfield 

Ellsworth (Sharon) 

Ellington 

Essex 

East Guilford 

Fairfield 

Farmifigton 

Frankiin 

Glastenb ury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Guilford 

Groton 

Had dam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

do. Andover 
Huntington 
Humphreys/die 
Jewett's City, (Griswold) 
Kent 
Killingly 
Killingworth 
Lebanon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 

do. River Head 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 



Oliver Shepherd 
Plussel Hitchoock 
Jared P. Kirtland 
Timothy Green 
Joseph Goodwin 
Wells Woodbridge 
Horace Clark 
Aaron Bissel 
L. T. Pease 
Treat Camp 
Wm. Morgan 
A. Pratt 
Curtis Wilcox 
James Knapp 
Samuel Richards 
Amasa Hyde 
Joseph Wells 
Theron Towner 
Hezekiah Goodrich 
1 saac Weed 
Reuben Elliott 
Elijah Bailey 
Charles Arnold 
Dan Bulkley 
Jonathan Law 
Joel Bradley 
A, Hendee 
Simon House 
Hall Beard sley 
JohnT- Wheeler 
John Johnson 
D. Swift 
Joseph Adams 
Samuel Crane 
Roger Bailey 
Moses Seymour, jr. 
G. T. Smith 
J it. Warren 
Samuel A Spalding 
Enos II. Buell 



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Meridcn 

Middlebury 

Middletown 

do. Upper Houses 
■Uford 
Mistic 

Middle-Haddam 
Montville 
New Canaan 
New- Hartford 
New-Haven 
New- London 
New-Milford 
Newtown 
Norfolk 
North ford 
North ington 
North Killingworth 
Nortb-Stonington 
Nor walk 
Norwich 
Oxford 
PlainfielcT 
Plymouth 
Pomfret 
Preston 
Redding 

Redding Town H. 
Ridgefieid 

Ripton Parish (Huntington) 
Rocky Hill (Wethersfteld) 
Salem 
Salisbury 
Saugatuck 
Say brook 
Scotland 
Sharon 
Sherman 
Sims bury 



Isaac Lewis 
Eli Thompson; 

Josiah Sage 
Jirah Bull 
John Hyde 
John Stewart 
John Chapman 
Samuel St John* 
L Cowles 
William H. Jones 
Ebenezer Way 
Phtlo Noble 
Czar Keeler 
Joseph Jones 
Augustus Tyler 
A. Wheeler 
Aaron Wilcox 
Thos. T. Wells 
William M. Belts 
John Hyde 
David Candee 
Ebenezei Eaton 
Apollos Earner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Samuel M, Downer 
Billy Couistock 
Wltti. San ford 
William Keeler 
A. Judson 
W m . Robbins 
John Whittlesey 
A. C. Peet 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt 
John Li I lie 
George King, jr, 
Lewis Starr 
Jeffrey O. Phelps 



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goraers 

Sou thing ton 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterling 

South bury 

Stonington 

Stratford 

S*neld 

Thompson ' 

Tolland 

Torringford 

Trumbull 

Torrington 

Vernon * 

Wallir.gford 

Warehouse Point (E W.) 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Watertown 

Weston 

West Chester 

West-J/artfrrd 

Wethersfteid 

Wilton 

Wiilington 

Winchester 

Windham 

W into 1 1 bury 

Warren 

Windsor 

IT on d bury 

Woodstock 



Walter R. Kibbee 

Chester Whittlesey 

Ben ning Mann 

Abraham Davenport 

Henjamin Tuckermaa 

Sh. Osborn 

Gurdon Trumbull 

David Crooks 

William Gay 

Simon Davis 

Calvin JFilley 

Kat. Smith 

Kliakim Reach 

Harvey Palmer 
Lebbeus P 1 . Tinker 

Jame.« Carrington 

Charles B. Phelps 

She! ton Camp 

F. Leavenworth 

Ben ja main D. Forest 

Jesse Hake man 

Franklin G Comstoak 
Aaron Goodman 
Jaraes L. Belden 



John fFeston,jr, 
Horace Higtey 5 
Charles Taintor 
J. Burn stead 
John Tallmad^e 
JVm. Howard 
Jim. Perry 
George Bowea 



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HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Col. Jabez W. Huntington, 7 q-,u ,i /v,„w, 
Col. Oliver S. Wolcott, \ Alds ' de - tam ^ 

HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERPOLL, 

Lieutenant General. 

Major Roger S. B»M»!n, i Mds ^.Camp. 
Major Charles A. Ingersoll,) ^ 

Major General Ebenezer Huntihgfont Adjutant-General* 
Major Henry Hudson. I a- 7 ?„ n,.~.** 

Major Wolcott Huntington,* ^*-*-0«"*- 
Col. Michael OJcott, Quarter-Master General. 
Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General. 



GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

AT HARTFORD. 

House. Barzillai O. Buck, Major Commmndantf. 
tst Company John B Hart, 1st Lieutenant. 
Moses Cook, 2d Lieutenant. 
John Tnomas, Cornet. 

foot. James M. Goodwin, Major Commandant, 
l&t Company George Reach, Capt. and 1st Lieutenant. 
Lynle Olmsted, 2d Lieutenant. 

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Nathan Morgan, Sd Lieutenant 
Thomas D% Gordon, 4th Lieutenant* 
Samuel Gray 2d, Ensign. 



AT NEW-HAVEN. 

horse. Henry Muggins, Major Commandant? 
3d Company William J. Forbes, jst Lieutenant, 
Thomas Cook. 2d Lieutenant. 
Joshua Barnes, jr. Cornet. 

foot. Bela T. Peck, Major Commandant. 
%d Company.loel Mattoon, 1st Lieutenant. 

Charles B Grannis. <2d Lieutenant. 
James Augur, 3d Lieuienanf. 
William W. Boat dman, 4th Lieutenant. 
Eli W Biake, Ensign. 



INFANTRY. 

FIBS? DIVISION". 

Consisting of the first and second Brigades* 

Martin Kellogg, Jr Esq. Major General. 

Major Kutzii'ai Hudson, jr. \ j 7 . » n ,. *, 
•»»•'• j_r T . J i AiiU'de Vamp* 

iM.yor Henry Upson, S r 

Lt. Col Joseph Wright, Division Inspector,, 

Major Josiah Atwood, Division Quarter-Master. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprl.ing the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth 

regiments- 

George Cowles, esq Brigadier General. 

James K Camp, Brigade Minor and Inspector. 

Samuel Demit. g Brigade Quarter Master. 

George ftobinson, Ahi-de-Cam£. 



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First Regiment, 
Formed from Hartford, (exccpti;.** the society of Wes€- 
Hartford) Windsor, (excepting: such part thereof as lies 
within the society of Tut key Hills) East-Hartford, East- 
It indsor, that part of FarminRton, and that part of Sim&. 
bury which lies within the society '»f Wiwtoubury, 
t John F Waters* Colonel. 
Irenus Brown, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charle»S. Pheips, Major 
Charles Munn, Adjutant. 
Thomas llohbins, Chaplain. 
James Bidwel , Quarter-Master. 
Henry Haisey, Paymaster. 
William Everett, Surgeon. 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate, 



Captains* 
Henry Francis 
Chaunccy Porter 
Martin Ro*kweH 

E!i Olmsted 
Pierponi Hol'ister 
Joab Loom is 
Daniel French 
Kichard Niles 

Clark Mcintosh 
WilHara Hay-den 

•Lu slier Parsons 
Vacant 



Lieutenants. 
Joseph Combs 
Cyrus Missel! 
Daniel S tough ton 
Luman Hubbard 
Hannan Cooley 
Justus CI let 
Henry Osborn 
Jnsiah Phelps 
Flu n k Co in pan ies. 
John Watson, 3d 
Vat ant 

Rifle Companies. 
'Oliver Wells 
Vacant 



Ev. rigns. 
James Church, «Fr» 
Luther Barber 
Curtis Skinner 
Henry AmidoTl 
Heraan Bunce 
Jona. Epo, Jr. 
Anson Bisseil 
Philip Barnes 

Alvey Blodget 
William Taylor 

Levi W T eils 
Vacant 



Sixth Regiment. 

Formed from Miridietown, VVetherstleld, Giastenburf, 

■tmd the society of Worthiogton. in Bethlehem. 

James Seifew*, Colonel. 

.Edmund Bulkley, Lieutenant Co!ene£» 

Joseph Camp, Major. 

Jared G. Taleott. Adjutant 

Vacant, Ctaidain. 



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Ceorge Moseley, Quarter-masfe?. 

Roderick Grimes, Paymaster. 

William Tully, Surgeon. 

Giles M. Boardman, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains 
James Sandish 
Selah North 
Archibald Pebbles 
Austin Robbins 
Joseph Williams 
Jacob Harris 
George Co?ell 
Chauncey Shipman 
Beiia Coe 

George W. Bull 
Daniel Willard 

"Luke C Lyman 
Jedediah Port 
Erastus Strong 
David S: Strong 
Parsons Coe 



Lieutenants 
Elijah Keach 
Horace Clark 
Oliver Brainerd 
Wra. Butler 
Joseph Wicox 
E. G. Hubbard 
Asahel Holister 
Seth Standley, jr. 
Eliha Coe 



Ensigns 
Thomas Beiden 
John O. Hayden 
Henry Dayton 
Thomas Banfortk 
William Bailey 
Spieer Leonards 
Sylvester Blish 
Daniel Rice 
Levi Coe 



Flank Companies, 
John Stillman Samuel Babcock 

Samuel Qalpiu Josiah Goodrich 

Hijle Companies. 
John C. Pratt John D. Johnson 



Elisha Andrus 
Edward Lewis 
Morns Bailey 
Ozias Camp, 2d 



Warren Warner 
Russet Penfield 
Hirfcm Woodruff 
Wrn. Smith 



Fourteenth Regiment, 

Formed from Farmington, (excepting such part thereo 
as lies within the society of Wintonbury) Burlington, Bris 
to!, Soutbington, the society of West -Hartford, and Berlin 
excepting the society of Worlhington. 

Abraham Pettibone, jr. Colonel. 

Isaac Botaford', Lt. Colonel. 

Samuel Dickinson, Major* 

Francis Hart, Adjutant. 

Orin Pearle, Quarter Master. 

Barnes D. Huribut, Paymaster, 

Jonathan Cone, Chaplain. 

Titus Meniman, Surgeon- 

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Vaptaini Lieutenants E?is\t*ni 

Edward Whitman Joseph Dutton Edward Tillotsoa 
Norman Winchell Albert Norton Cyprian Goodrich 

Joseph Wright Benjamin Slater Francis Hart 
L. Carrington Rollin Adkins TitnsJM. Roberts 

Cromwell Newell Levi Upson Joel Neal 

George Flagg Hesekiah Selden Sylvester Goodmin 

Sidney Potter Francis Woodruff Francis Woodford 

Joseph 3. Peck Ira Bronson Ambrose Hart 

Flank Companies. 
Chester Grannis Root Gridley Rensellaer Carter 

Richard Cowles Nathaniel Oimsted Sylvester Hills 



Seventeenth Regiment. 



Formed from Nuffield, Granby, Sirasbury, (excepting sa 
much thereof as lies within the society of Wintonbury) 
that part of Windsor wnioh lies within the society of Tur- 
key Hills, and Canton, excepting such part thereof as for« 
merly belonged to New-Hartford. 

Ezra Adams, jr. Colonel. 

Samuel N r orris, Lieutenant Colonel." 

Isaac Phelps, Major. 

Nathaniel Pratt, Adjutant. 

Allen McLean, Chaplain. 

Erastus Ho I comb, Quarter Master. 

Joseph Cornish, jr. Paymaster. 

Jsmes O. Pond, Surgeon. 

Joseph F. Jewett, Surgeoa's Mate. 

Captains Lieutenants Emigm 

James Cornish Asa Cornish Nathan Case 

Alfred Sikes Alfred Austin Warren Lewis 

Linus Moses IB. S. Hoskins Arunn C. Moore 

Orson P* Phelps G«!3rge W. Munn Charles T, Hillyet 

Vacant Vacant Laniet Foot 

Chandler Owien Julius C. Sheldon Vacant 

OriJ Wilcox Julius Spring Samuel Weed 

Baa. B. Kg! comb Vacant Hiram Weed 



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Flanh Companies. 

Beth King, JFi I. Remington, jr. Wm. FuHep- 

Vacant Gift W. Adams Roland Hayes 



Annexed to the first Brgade of Infantry. 
First Regiment of Cavalry 

Epaphras L. Phelps, Goloneh 

John Collins, Major. 

George Smith, Adjutant. 

Shubael Bartlett, Chaplain. 

Elisha M. Jenks, Quarter Master. 

Oliver E. Williams, Pa) master. 

John W. Hanchet, Surgeon. 
Eliel D. Smith, Sargeon's Mate. 

First Troop, Third Troop-. 

Miles Foot, Captain John Lvon, Captaia 

Vacant, 1st lieut. Orrin Holt, 1st lieut. 

Joel A. Fuller, 2d lieut. John Heath, 2d lieut. 

Harlow Case, Cornet- Lyman Colburn, cornet 

Second Troop. Fourth Troop*. 

Samuel Belcher, captain Vacant, captain 

Vacant, 1st lieut. Jeremy Bliss, 1st lieut* 

Benoni Stiles, 2d lieut. Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Gorbam Fuller, cornet Jonathan- Clark, cornet 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry 
Annexed to the first Brigade of Infantry. 

Vacant, Colonel. 

Alpheus Shumway, Major. 

Norris Wilcox. Adjutant. 

Noah W, Stanley, Q.nuT-r Mattel*. 

Joshua L. Williams, Chaplain. 

James Cowles, Paymaster. 

JZephaniah Swift, Surgeon, 

Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. 



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First Troop. f Third Troop. 

Vacant, captain Sidney Wadsworth, captaiia 

Daniel Bacon, !st lieut. Vacant, Isr. lieut. 

Noahdiah Rockwell, 2d It. Vacant, fed lieut. 

Vacant, cornet. Vacant, cornet 

Second Troop* Fourth Troop. 

,?ohn A. Hart, captain Richard Wilcox, captain 

Dennis Rich, 1st lieut. Vacant, 1st lieut. 

.lulius Bristol, 2d lieut. Vacant, 2d lieut. 

Vacant, cornet Vacant, cornet. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth, and twenty-second 
regiments. 

Jeremiah Parmele, esq. Brigadier General, 

Samuel C. Johnson, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Frederick R. Giifling, Aid-de-Carop. 

Joel Tuttle, jr. Brigade Quarter Master, 



Second Regiment. 

Votmcj] from N"ew-Kaven, Kast-IIiven, Milford, Derby, 
Oxford, and the society of Amkvyia Wood^ritfge. 
Dennis Kimheriy, Colonel. 
Andrew Beard, jr. Lt Colonel. 

Eli Gilbeit, Major. 

William S. Hotchkis9, Adjutant. 

John J, Bernard, Quarter Mastei\ 

" Erastus Scrartton, Chaplain. 

John Lewis, Paymaster. 

Samuel Pundersdn, Surgeon. 

Isaac Jennings, burgeon's Mate. 

Nathaniel A. Bacon, Sergeant Majoi% 

Ailing Brown, Quarter Master Sergeant. 



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Captains. 
Isaac Mix 
Joseph Wilson 
Gtindly Harrison 
Joseph H Riggs 
Asael Smith 
T. L. Osborne 
Ezekiel Gilbert 
Andrew Clarke 

Nathan Smith 
George I. Whiting 

Alpheus Clark 



Lieutenants. 
Eber K. Potter 
Cornelius Peck 
Z dote s Day- 
Isaac White 
Willet Hemingway 
William Osborne 
Lyman Smith 
Hansom Russell 
Flank Companies. 
Nathan Piatt 
Philip J5L Galpin 

Rifle Company. 
Samuel Potter 



Ensigns 
Leman Chatfieid 
Nathan Gunn 
Merrett Parker 
Vacan t 

Wyllis Hemingway 
Lewis Hukbett 
Reuben Sumner 
Seymour Sperry 

William Piatt 
C S. Tcmlinsoa 

Almon Clarke 



Seventh Regiment, 

Formed from Durham, Killingworlh, Saybrooksnd Had- 
tit tii, excepting that part thereof which lies on the east 
side of Connecticut river. 

Obadiah Platts, Colonel. 

William Ingram, 2d, Lieutenant Cotonelt 

George J3uel, Major. 

Hraekiah L. Platts, Adjutant. 

Aaron Harvy, Chaplain. 

Curtis Pratt, Quarter Master. 

Joseph . H. Hay den, Paymaster. 

Raynold Webb, jun. Surgeon. 

Daniel Platts, 3d, Surgeon's Mate. 

Ebcwezer Pratt, Sergeant Major. 

Richard H. Pratt, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Leete Hard Sttas Carter ^Charles Stephens 

Seltlon Huntington Chauncey Chiids Gurdon Waikly 

Richard Chalker John Bash n el I $ % L. Whittlesey 

Daniel Ventress George 11. Bailey Smith Clarke 

D M. Griawold David P. Kelsy Robert Hurd 

Ichaboii Camp Timothy Cce Ashe? Rcberson 

George Hee.4 Fenner p.nsh Henry Williams 

Aaron BushneU Aianson Redfiekl William H. Lay 






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Uobert C. Peters 
Eiisha Clarke 

Vacant 



Richard L. Parker Vacant 
Thomas C Smith Stephen JohnflOft 

ftifle Company, 
Josiah Jones Ziua Jones 



Tenth Regiment. 
Formed from Guilford, Btauibrd, North Haven and 
Waliingtbrd. 

Ira Andrews, Colonel. 
William Hart, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jason Page, M?jor. 
Henry W. Chittenden, Adjutaut. 

Aaron Dutton, Chaplain. 

Frederick Lewis, Quarter Master. 

Amos Seaward, Paymaster. 

Lyman Parker, Surgeon. 

Willoughby L. Lay, Surgeon's Mate. 

Timothy W. Bah! win, Sergeant Major. 

Henry Scranton, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Captains 

George A. Foote 



William Mix 
Wra, R. Johnson 
Eleazer Warner 
Achilles Willard 
Vacant 
Cyrus Benton 
Anson Field 

Vacant 
Asaph Hall 
Walter Boothe 



Lieutenants Ensigns* 

Nath'l. R Landon John Hotchkiss 



Abner Hall 
James Biackston 
Edward Tuttle 
John Graves 
Malichi S. Tyler 
Erastus Dudley 
James H Benton 
Flank Companies* 
Joel Parmelee 
Joel Rice 
Matthew Foster 



Martin Jones 
Joseph Goodrich, 
Harvy Smith 
I. L. Scranton 
Anson Bal&viii 
Richard Fowler 
William Field 

George Hart 
Eli Austin 
Levi Yale 



Twenty -second Regiment. 

Formed from Water bury, Wolcott, Che&ire, Meriffcit; 

amden, and the society of Bethany in Woodbridge. 

Thaddeus Street, Colonel. 

Be!a Welton, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Etheibert Benham, Msgor. 



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Captains 
Ransom Schofield 
William Peck 
Stephen Seymour 
Archibald Minor 
Levi Wooster 
CI. M Hotchkiss 
Nathan Nettleton 
A. Diqkeman, 2d 

Anson Sherry 
Stephen Tuttie 



William R. Hitchcock, Adjutant. 

John Keyes, Chaplain. 

Josfah C. Ftugg, Quartet! Master, 

Edward I). Cornwall, Surgeon. 

John A. Cornwall, Paymaster. 

William S. Foote, Surgeon's Mate. 

Caleb Bradley, Sergeant Major. 

Henry Street, Quarier Master Sergeant. 



Lieutenants 
Edward Schovitt 
John Poster 
John Couch 
Moses Pond 
Ashbe! Stephens 
Orren Hotchkiss 
Allen Thomas 
Aaron Chatterton 
Flank Companies 
En os P. Hoot 
Jacob Ilobinsoa 



Ensigns 
Isaac Brown 
Vacan t 

Asahel Curtis 
Mach Upson 
John Newton 
I> M. Hotchkiss 
Alvin Sperry 
Austin Munson 

Chauncey (loot 

Lawson PrestOii 






SECOND DIVISION, 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades. 

Jirah Isham, esq. Major General. 

Major Edward E Law, 9 Aidsde . Cam ^ 
Major Augustus Isham, S 

Lt. Col. George L Perkins, Division Inspector. 
Major William P, Cleaveland, jr. Division Qr. Master* 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the third, eighth, eteMesath, and twentieth 

regiments. 

Stephen B. Alhn, esq. Brigadier General. 

Itussell Wheeler, Brigade Major and Inspector- 



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. i — , Aid de Camp. 

lifter Latimer, Brigade Quarter Master. 



Third Regiment. 
Formed from New London, U'aterford, Lyme, Mont* 
tillc, the society of Mdliugion, in EasL-Uuddam, and Sa* 
Jem. 

John O. Ely, Colonel. 

Sylvester Champion, Lieutenant ColoncL 

Elisha Caulkins, Major. 

Richard E. Selden, jun. Adjutant. 

Lathrop Rack well, Chaplain. 

William M. Slat are. Quarter Master* 

Joseph Noyes, Paymaster. 

Dyer T. Bra'uiard, S'Kgeon. 

Bartholomew C. Baxter, Surgeon's Mate. 

Richard L. Lord, Bergeaftt Major. 

Isaac Shepard, Quarter Master Sergeant, 

Captain* Lieutenants Ensigns 

John Preruis Ezra W". Mii'cr Vacant 

Charles M Wait Sylvester Rowland Reuben Charapioft 

J W. Haughtou J. Baker, juu. John B. Rogers 

John Moore, 2d Calvin Spencer Daniel Watrous 

Daniel Byrne Richard Chapel Manassa Leech 

Zebulon Brockway John G. Jewitt C. Fosdick 

Horace Milier Asa Swan Seth C. Laihrop 

Griawold Avery, jr. G T . Chappell John Bush 

Flank Companies, 

Ehenezer P entis Erastus Smith Chas. Huntington 

Nathan Griffiug Reed Anderson Lemuel Dickinson 



Eighth Regiment. 
Formed from Groton, Stoniugton, North-Stoninglon ar*$ 
Voluntown. 

Nathan Pendleton, Colonel. 

Stephen Billing!, Lieutenant ColoneU 

John W. Hull, Major. 

Nathan Smith, Adjutant* 

Ira Hart, Chaplain*- 



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Sarfuiel Chapman, Quarter Master." 
John 'J, Miner, jun. Paymaster. 

Thomas T. Wells, Surgeon. 

William Hyde, Surgeon's Mate. 

Ralph R. Miner, Sergeant Major. 

Luke Wheeler, 2d, Quarter Master Sergeants 



Captains 
€. H. Smith 
Henry Harding 
Cyrus Swan 
Caleb Potter 
Roswel Aliyn. 
Vacant 
Ezra Hewitt 
Joseph D. Mason 

Avery Gallup 
Benj. Peabody, jr. 

€teorge Ay re 



Lieutenants 
Wm. W. Rodman 
Roswel I Packer 
Ansel Coats 
George Bassett 
Abel Altyn 
Vacant 

D. H. Wheeler 
Daniel Mason 

Flank Companies 
Elisha Morgan 
A. B Holmes 

Miffe Company. 
Ruius Williams 



Einigns 
Pel eg Han cox 
Joseph Packer 
Luke Wheeler 
Parly Philiip3 
John Morgan 
Samuel Breed 
Vacant 
Isaac Denison, 

Russel Gallup 
David Coats, jua. 

Prentis P. Smith 



Eighteenth Regiment. 
Formed from Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Griswold* 
Lisbon, Lebanon, and Preston 

James Clark, jun. Colonel. 
Paul Harvey, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Asa koath, Major. 
Nathaniel Gilbert, Adjutant- 
Peter G Clarke, Chaplain. 
William L'Mommedieu, Quarter Masted 
Si'as Champion, Paymaster, 
• W T m. P Eaton, ourg-eon, 
Horace Waldo, Surgeon's Mate.^ 
Bucklin Matthewspn, Sergeant Major. 
Thomas Hutrhins, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Captaaus Lieutenant* Ensigns 

B. L'Hommedteu Samuel 'logons John D^hara 

Samuel Button J. A. Yerringtoa IT K. Hewitt 

Cheater Lamb B. H, Bueil Henry Fowler 



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Uriah Ladd 
H. C. Boardman 
Alan son Fuller 
Fark Avery 
Henry Bailey 

Ephraira Pitcher 
Joseph Tildeu 

Elisha Tyler 



Oliver Johnson 
Septimeus Lathrop 
Eliaha Warren 
Cyrus Palmer 
Wm. Kelly 
Flank Companies, 
James Roath 
Timothy Loorais 
Rifle Company. 
Brahms Tucker Bwight R. Tyler 



Wm. Ladd 
John Boardm&a 
Joseph B. Htbbard 
Jabez Gates 
Wm. L Crocker 



Simeon Lester 
Wm. Huntington 



Twentieth Regiment. 

Formed from Chatham, Colchester, East^Haddara. (ex- 
cepting the society of Mjllingtofl') Hebron, Marlborough, 
and that part of Haddum which lies on the east side e|' 
Connecticut River. 

Guy Bigelow, Colonel. 

Pierce Harrow, Lieutenant Colonel* 

Olmsted Gates, Major. 

Noah ■ W. Bridges, Adjutant 

David B, Uip'ey, Chaplain. 

Henry E. Sage, Quarter Master* 

Gilbert Burrows, Paymaster. 

Ezekie! W. Parsons, Surgeon. 

Guy E. Forte, Surgeon's Mate. 

Robert Patten, Sergeant Major, 

David Russell, Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains 
Azariah Smith 
Charles Kellogg 
Samuel Hurd 
Ralph Lord 
Elijah A. Bingham 
Otit Staples 
Vacant 
Oliver Wilcox 
piisha Covill 



iXeutenants. 
Jehiel Annable 
Sylvester 3V{unger 
Asaph Hail 
John Bigelow 
Nathl Chapmnn 
Reuben Watrous 
ISiathl. Green 
J. B. Hutchinson 
David Crooiwell 



Ensigns 
Amasa CUrk 
Henry J. Strong 
Justin Saxton 
Cyns Phelps 
Thos C. Fuller 
Caleb Loou,is 
Kellogg Strong 
John H Post 
Oliver Peane 



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Flank Companies. 
Ebenexer Smith W. \V Campbell Levi Bonce 
I saac Latham Henry J Pheipa Nathan Smitk 

R(fle Company 
John J. Peters James Sparrow VVm. T. Turner 



F'FTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteenth, and twenty- 
third regiments. 

Amariah Kibbee, jan. ogq. Brigadier General. 

John W. Salter, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Ebenezer Clark, Aid-de Camp. 

^Thomas Gray, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Fifth Regiment. 

Formed from Windham, 'Hampton, Canterbury, Brook- 
lyn, Pia'infield, Sterling, and the south society in Killingly. 
Andrew T Judson, Colonel. 
Asahel Hammond, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Erastus Lester, jMajor. 
Benjamin E Palmer, Adjutant. 
George S. White, Chaplain* 
Timothy Tiugley, Quarter Matter. 
Uric! Fuller, Paymaster. 
William A. Brewster, Surgeon. 
Avery Burgess, Surgeon's Mate. 



Ca&aim 

W. C. Clark 
Chyiineey Bacon 
David Pierce 
Daniel Tracy 
Benjamin Delop 
lyman Foster 
Isaac i'nckerman 
Henry Wood 



lieutenants 
Justin Swift 
Daniel Spalding 
Ebenezer Baker 
Eiihu P. f mUh 
Jonas Herrick 
Jesse -Burnham 
Samuel Gordon 
Harris Arnold 



Ensigns 
Benjamin Perry 
VVi Ham Shepard 
Vacant 

■Jlez M Baker 
John Kingsley 
Samuei Fuller 
John G Mup, 2d 
E. H. Hutctas 



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Flank Company. 
Festtts Hyde Ebenezer Sanger Stephen Cloit 

Rifle Company, 
Joseph (1-uichins He*. FreuBh £. M. Johnson 

Grenadier Company. 
Sam'l. S. Moseley David Speucer Daniel Dennisoa 



Eleventh Regiment. 

-Formed from P.mifVet. Woodstock, Union, Thompson* 
and Killingly, excepting the south society. 

Solomon Sikes, Colonel. 

William Alexander, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Calvin Day, Major. 

Asa May, Adjutant 

Roswcll Whi! more, Chaplain. 

Roswell Goodell, Quarter Mastef. 

\biel May, Paymaster. 

Daniel Lyman, Surgeon, 

Benjamin Hubbard, Surgeon's Mate. 

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Captains Lieutenant* Enrigni 

Peter Hall G. Trowbridge G H. Perrin 

dames Lyon George Kowen A«w L) man 

G. S. Ingalls Robert D. Sharpe John B. Adams 

SSebedee Mitchell Edward Chase Artemus Warren 

Luther Rawson NathM Jone3 Nathaniel Child 

Si'a ; i Joslin .1 cob Tourtelott Joseph Benson 

Chanes Buck Ash Alexander Daniel Cutler 

Lab:'in Underwood Benj Ch mberlin Stephen Child 

Samuel Corbin Ll'ja!i Kinney Cnarles '& awford 

Grenadier Companies. 
Wm. Chamberliu Nehemiah F-x John Underwood 
David Day W.ilhrti Bissell Right Porter 

KJl' Company. 
Joseph L« Barritt Ka'na James John Richmond 



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Annexed to the fifth Brigade of Infantry 1 , 
^Second Regiment of Cavalry; 

Andrew Wells, Colonel. 

Jacob Dresser, Major. 

Jacob H. C. Loomis, Adjutant. 

George P. Gardner, Paymaster. 

Philo Jutlson, Chaplain. 

Luther Manning, Surgeon. 

Samuel Simons, Surgeon's Mate* 

Jabez Fitch, Sergeant Major. 

Jeremiah Mason, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Henry Perkins, Trumpet Major. 



First Troop* 
John C. Howard, captain 
Jonathan Gurley, 1st lieut 
Joe\ Sears, <2cl lieut, 
Stephen Buruham, cornet 

Second Troop, 
Walter Williams, captain 
John Carver, 1st lieut. 
John Kendall, jun. 2d lieut. 
Jona. Hammet, jun. cornet 



Third Troop. 
Austin Tattle, captain 
Jacob M. C Loomis, 1st lieut* 
Gordon Bailey, 2d lieut. 
Erastus Post,' cornet 

Fourth Troop. 
Nathan Williams, captain 
Ah'tel Fox, 1st lieut. 
Wo, Williams, 2d lieut, 
Lorin Brown, cornet 



Twenty 'third Regiment. 
Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coventry^ 
polton and Willington. 

Daniel F, Hibbard, Colonel. 

James White, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Chester Daggett, Major. 

Roval Storrs, jun, Adjutant. 

Moses C. Welch, chaplain. 

Alanson Little, Quarter Master* 

Charles Lincoln, Paymaster, 

Silas Fuller, Surgeon. 
Orpin JEIuut, Sur£eori!$ Mate, 



Captains 
S. Allyn, jun. 
J J. I. Robertson 
Asa Loomis 
Sylvester Skinner 
John Albray 
Josiali 13 row n 
A I miti Holies 
Abijah Brooks 

Charles Thompson 

Amos Bugbee 

John Ellsworth 



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Lieutenants 
S. Barron, 
John Hose 
Roger Loomis 
Joel White 
Joshua 1L Niles 
Eteazer Loomis 
Isaac Pratt 
Eleazer Whiton 

Flank Company. 
Alva Hovey 
Grenadier Company. 
Nathan' Preston Samuel Collins 

Rifle Company. 
Lyman Talcott Henry Kingsbury 



Ensigns 
Erastus liough 
Chan, cey Cells 
A. Kingtley, jun» 
William Hunt 
Otis Dimiok 
G. M. P>rter 
Henry Work, jr, 
David P. White 

Jesse Sp afford 



Nineteenth Regiment, 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Ellington, Stafford, So> 
mers and Vernon. 



John Kingsbury, Colonel. 

Oliver Collins, Lieutenant Cojonel. 

Horace Me trait", Major. 

Peter Reynolds, Adjutant. 

William L. Strong, Chaplain. 

John Abby. Quarter Master. 

Seth King, Pay ma ter. 

Horatio A. Hamilton, Surgeon. 

John Grant, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains 
Vacant 

Ashbel Ch^pmaii 
Horatio Kibbee 
Eli Hyde 
Calvin Kibbee f 
Eben«zer Si njth 
Oliver M. King 
Nathan Hartlett 



Lieutenants 

Harvey Terry 
Augustus Fitch 
Pi ie hard pease, jr 
Sjlva Converse 
Silas Kibbee 
Oli ye? W. Steel 
Oiiver flont 
C: Wood worth 



Ensigns 
J. A. Bush 
Carlo; Chapman 
Walter Pease 
Alfred Thinner 
Le-.i P\el r >* 
John McKinstry 
Phinea- Talcott, jr, 
&na Wintsr 



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Flank Companies. 
&oh.n'&ing Robert M. Abbee Francis Pease 

Rufcis Leonard Seth Washburn Daniel Blodgefc 
Sliakim Faulk Ichabod Griggs Setlv D. Steele. 



THIRD DIVISION- 

Consisting of ^he fourth and sixth Brigades. 

Russet C. Abernathy, esq. Major General, 
Major Nathaniel B. Smith, ) ? . , , ^ 
Major George S. r Boardman,{ Md * deC(im P- 
Colonel William C Sterling, Division Inspector. 
Major John M. Sterling, Division Quarter Master/ 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth^ sixth, fifteenth, and iwenty-fourt] 
regiments. 

<3ershom Burr. Brigadier General. 

Henry Burr, Brigade Major and Inspector 

Sylvanus Sterling, Aid-de-Camp. 

Henry Sherwood, Brigade Quarter Masted, 



Fourth Regiment, 

Fomed from Fairfield, Stratford, 'Trumbull, and $Ju?> 
ington. 

Eli L> Hawley, Colonel. 

Daniel Gould, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Robert Knapp, Major. 

Roswell Lewis, Adjutant. 

Ashbel Baldwin, Chaplain. 

Aianson F Lewis, Quarter Master 

A«a B Beardslee, Paymaster. 

William B, Nash, Surgeon. 



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Jesup Alvord, Surgeon's Mate. 

John M. Thompson, Sergeant Major. 

William Mills, Quarter Master Sergeant* 



' Captains 

'"Rufus Hoyt 
• Samuel C. Peck 
Burr Meeker 
Iiobert Wilson. 
Peter Wintou 
Jiimes Wheeler 
Samuel Thompson 
William Ricfcards 

; P. Brimsmade 

. Albert Edwards 



Lieutenants 

E H. Burr 
David Gorham 
S T. Morehouse 
Samuel Stratum 
Elbert Banks 
Solomon Curtiss 
Roswell Hyde 
Lin son Bo6twick 

Flank Company. 
David Way land 

Biffe Company* 
James Barr 



Ensigns 
Samuel Perry 
Elicam Hough 
Burr Jennings 
Wra H. Peet 
Vacant 

Stephen Wells 
Lockwood Shelton 
Kufus Wells 

Anson Wakely 

David Corney \ 



Ninth Regiment. 

[no return.] 

Fifteenth Regiment, 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof aa 

«s included in the society of Rkigebury) Newtown, New- 

• MiSford, (excepting such part thereof as lies within the so* 

ciety of New-Preston) Brookfietd, New-Pah field, and 

Sherman. 



Noah S. Barnum, Colonel. 

* John L. Andrews, Lieutenant Colonel* 

Vacant, Major. 

Seth Andrews, Adjutant. 

Daniel Burhans, Chaplain. 

Thomas Blackraan, Quarter Master, 

Edwasd Pajlor, Paymaster. 

Kussel B. tfotsiwd, Surgeon. 



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Captains 

Oliver Andrews 
Jefardus Roberts 
Oliver Northrop 
Lemuel Beebe 
Bar in s Hoy t 
Dai ins Bristol 
Ezra G. Northrop 
Castle BettS 

Reuben 13 lack man 
Anacn H. Stewart 



Lieutenants 



JZnsigns 



Ira Ambler David Ambler 

Genian Hine Vacant 

Philo Baldwin Beman Fail-child 

T. A. Benedict Asahel Beebe 
Nathan Tread well Am. Rodgers 
Ammon Dibble Asher Babbitt 
Vaean t S. C . ' H un gerford 

Almon Smith Almon Treat 

Flank Companies. 
James T. Wheeler Squire Dabble 
William Northrop David Northrop, jr* 



Twenty -fourth Reg intent . 

Formed from Redding, Ridgefield, including the whole 

society of Ridgebury, Weston, Wilton, and New Canaan. 

Joseph Hawley,jun. Colonel. 

Pbineas Chilean, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Nehemiah Keeler, Major. 

Aarcn Ha* ley, Adjutant. 

Vacant, chaplain. 

^ared Olmsted, Quarter Master. 

Abijah Ressequie, Paymaster. 

Vacant, Surgeon. 

Captains Lieutenants Emignt 

Walter Dauchy Hezckirh Scott Henry Smith 

Joseph Belden Aaron Glmntead Vacant 

William Meeker EdvarsJ Couch Narhi B. Hill 

Samuel Seileek Stephen Rusca Vacart 

Isaac Downs John Adams Eliphalet T. Smith 

Clark Benedict G N. Ber>ed<et John Abbot 

Bradford Winion Alfred! Beer Edward To4j|} 

Lemuel Adams Stur^es Fan ton Piatt Earnum 

f Ian k CV mpa n ies. 

Czar Jones Eben. HawJey Vacaut 

Samuel He yt Kyfu St. John Henry Chambers 

$ii.Adftnw Kathh^illiniin Vacant 



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Fifth Regiment of Cavalry, 
Annexed to the fourth Brigade of Infantry, 

Samuel Canheld, Colonel. 

Vacant, Lieutenant Colonel. 

liawley Morehouse, Major. 

Eli Mygatt, Adjuant. 

Andrew Elliott, chaplain. 

William C. Cogssvell, Quarter Master. 

Samuel Brown, Paymaster. 

Warren U. Fowler, Surgeon. 

Jehiel Williams, burgeon's Mate. 



First Troop. 

John Pierce, captain 
Preston Downs, 1st lieut. 
.Gideon Martin, 2d lieut. 
Nathan Beardslee, cornet. 

Second Troop. 

Elias S. Sanford, captain 
Frederick Secty, 1st lieut. 
William B. Hoyt, 2d lieut. 
Czar Starr, juu. cornet. 



Third Troop. 

Tirtius D. Potter, captain 
Tola Webster, 1st lieui. 
Abel Inuadale, 2d lieut. 
John C. Camp cornet. 

Fourth Troop. 

Vacant, captain 
Orrin Bennet, 1st lieut. 
Shubael R. Cushman, 2d It. 
John G. Noble, cornet- 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth, and tweatj 
first regiments. 

Morris Woodruff, esq. Brigadier General. 

William Uurlbut, Aid-de-Carap. 

Boyal Hinman, Brigade Major and inspector. 

Garrit P. Welch, Brigade Quarter Master. 



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Twelfth Regiment. 

Formed from Southbury, Middlebury, Watertow»» ;. 
Woodbury, Bethlem, Uoxbury, Washington, and so *mch 
of the town oi New-Milford and Kent, as lie within the 
sqoietv of New Preston. 



Seymour Knapp, Colonel. 

Chaunc«y Craft, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Birds!y Beardsley, Major. 

Samuel Jackson. Jr Adjutant. 

Renuet Tyier s Chaplain. 

Alanson Warner, Paymaster,/ 

Connnt Catlin, Surgeon. 

Henry Downs, Sergeant Major. 



Captains 
Thomas Root 
Vacant 

K or man Monson 
John Parlree 
PMto Clark 
Erastus Reynolds 
Vacant 
Vacant 

J ud son ft lack man 
Titus Pierce 



Lieutenants 
Samuel Sherman 
Vacant 
Chas, A Bliss 
Isaac B. Castle 
Gid. Hloiister 
Christo. Allen 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Flank Companies. 

R. H HotchkisB 
Sheldon Pierce 



Ensigns 
B. H. Andrews 
Vacant 
James Allen 
E. S, Woodruff 
Jason Gibson 
Nathan Kingsly 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Stoddard Strong 
Simeon Piatts 



Thirteenth Regiment. 

Formed from Canaan, Salisbury. Sharon, Cornwall, and 
Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the socie- 
ty of New-Preston. 

Amos Bunt, Colonel. 

Stephen Bonney, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Walter Johnson, Major, 

Charles T. Sedgwick, Adjutant. 

Pitkin Cowles, Chr*phiin. 

Vacant, Quarter Master. 



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Augustas B Smith, Paymaster. 
Vacant, Surgeon. 



Vacant, surgeon. 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. 



Captains 
Vacant 

Barnabas Hatch 
Wm. Taylor 
John Russell, jun. 
Blisha B. Mallory 
Stephen Yale 
Vacant 
Benj. Goff 

William Pierce 
Jas. Wads worth 



Lieutenants 
Vacanl 

John It- Fuller 
Anson Bolaud 
Daniel Brewster 
Benjamin Citlin 
Chs Hollabird 
JarcJ Harrison 
Gamaliel Everist 



Ensigns 
Vacant 

Hiram Converse 
Simeon L Lyman 
Andrew Chapin 
William Hindmaa 
Vacant 

Amasa Grenold 

Vacant 



Flank Companies 
John Isham Howel Witherell 

Seth Pierce, jun. Phineas Baldwin 



Sixteenth Regiment* 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, Harwin* 

ton, Plymouth and- -.Warren. 

Uriel" Tuttle, Colonel 

Daniel Carter, Lieutenant Colonel 

David Marsh, Major 

Guy H Sanford, Adjutant 

Lyman Beach er, Chaplain 

Homer Collins. Quarter Master 

Charles Woodward Paymaster 

Samuel Buell, Surgeon 
EJrastus L. Hurt, burgeon's Mate 



Captains 
David Win ship, 
Andrew Norton 
A.N Barber 
JLumau Hinraan 
J.. Wright, 2d 
Burr Goodwin 
G. Woodward 
Augustus Coleman 
Gray Mr.: sh 



Lieutenants 
Benj Dooliule 
John H. Collins 
Vacant 
Rodney Brace 
Horace Smith 
Simeon Parker 
Harvey E Gog 
Joseph A. Tanner 
Noah B. Smith 



Ensigm 
Vacant 
— Collins 
J Cleaveland 
Hiram Loo mis 
Charles Wright 
Erastus Benton 
Fitch L Bissell 
Hussel Carter 
Lucius Mansfield 



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Eb. W. Bolles 7 
A. Wadham,jun 
Miles Smith 

£acob Hubbard 



Flank Companies 
John P. Brace 
San;tiel Palmer 
Leavitt Da r row 

Rifle Company 
James Win ship 



Frederick Buett 
Hiram Norton 
Levi Marsh j 

George Marsh 



Twenty first Regiment. 

Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Jlarkhamsted, Hart- 

land, Winchester, New Hartford, together with that part 

of Canton which formerly belonged to New-Hartford. 

Jasper Bid well, Colonel 

tVUiam Goodwin, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Drayton Jones, Major 

Vacant, Adjutant 

James Beach, Chaplain 

-■•• ' ' G tiffin, Quarter Master, 

Horace J. Humphrey, Paymaster 

Luman Wakefield, Surgeon 

Vacant, Surgeon's Mate 



Captains 
Gordon Henderson 
A. L.Humphrey 

Nathan Tibbais 

Vara iit 

A. P. Pease 

Jra Beach 

-Era rrtUH Seymour 

Etisha Smith 

Henry Porter 
Elisha Case 



Lieutenants 

Absabm Welta 
E cast us Demon 

James ' Humphry 
Abiel Case 
Hiram Gay lord 
Abiel Reach 
S Osborne 
John Westlake 
Flank Companies 
H Wakefield 
Pitts Goodwin 



Emigns 

Harvey Watson 
Lester Loom is 
Benjamin Phelps 
Freeman Merit 
Miron Ives 
Isaac J, Newton 
Timothy Rockwell 
Amasa Mai lory 

Joel Loomis 
A Spencer. 



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Third Regiment of Cavalry , 

Annexed to the sixth Brigade oflnfantry 

[No retnms were made to the Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Office, in time for inserting the officers of 
this Regiment, in their place ] 

BRIGADE OI? ARTILLERY. 

Consists of two regiments of Light Artillery, each regi- 
ment of three battaliions. and each battallion of four com* 
panies ; and three regiments of Horse Artillery each re- 
giment consisting of two battaliions, and each battallion of 
two companies. 

Nathan Johnson, Esq. Brigadier General. 
John Olmsted, Aid-de-Camp. 
Amherst D Scovill, Brigade Quarter Master. 
Daniel Colt, Brigade Major and Inspector. 



HO BSE ARTILLERY: 

First Regiment. 



Russell Hall, Colonel 

David R. Baldwin, Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Graves, Majer. 

Julius Maltby, Adjutant. Alexander Harrison, quarter 
master. George Kirtland. Paymaster. Jonathan Knight, 
Surgeon. Constant K'rthmrl, Sergeant Major. El^zur 
Harrison, Quarter Master Sergeant. 



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First Company , 
Hiilo Harrison, captain 
David Leek, 1st Lieut. 
Noah Fowler, Jim. 2d do. 
T Bartholomew, jr. 3d do. 
Eliakim Linsley. 4th do. 
Miner Fowler, jr. Cornet. 

•Second Company. 
Thomas Hubbard, captain 
Charles A. Stanley, 1st lieut 
Thaddeus Cook, 2d do. 
John Fields, 3d do 
Watrous Ives, 4th do. 
Sylvester Hull, CGrnet. 



Third Company > . 
Enoch W. Piatt, captain 
Leveret Treat, 1st lieut. 
Newton Baldwin, 2d do. 
Leveret Carrington, 3d do, 
Zina Hotchkiss, 4th do. 
Enoch Woodruff, Cornet 

Fourth Company. 
Vacant, captain 
George Clark, 1st lieut 
8, J Meigs. 2d<io. 
Vacant, 3(1 do* 
Vacant, 4th do. 
John Harris, cornet. 



Second Regimen f. 
George Kinney. Colonel. 
Henry Hazeo, Lieutenant Colonel. 
S nton Hewitt, Major. 
Oliver Hewitt, Adjutant. Charles Kinney, quarter mas- 
ter, David Austin, chaplain, Nathaniel S, Perkins, sur- 
geon- Thomas Huntington, surgeon's mate. John Kin- 
ney, paymaster. Charles Oyer Sergeant major. Russel 



Williams, quarter master sei 

First Company. 
Vacant captain 
Bela Robbing, 1st lieut. 
Charles Atwood 2d do. 
Oliver Warren jr. 3d do. 
Clark Ransom 4th do. 
Joseph Otis, cornet. 

Second Company* 
Thomas Thomas, captain 
James Fitch, 1st lieut. 
Dan'l G. Edgerton, 2d do. 



geant 

Elisha M. Kingsley, 3d do. 
Guidon Gifford, Jr. 4th d@, 
Aaron Abel, cornet. 

Third Company. 
Vacant, captain 
Warren Williams,, ls( lieut; 
Daniel Wheeler, 2d do, 
1) B Williams, 3d do, 
Elias Brown, 4th do. 
Vacant, cornet. 



Third Regiment 

Abel Hall, Colonel. 
Joseph Wv.Gorham, Lieutenant Coionel, 



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Garritl H. Newkirk, Major. 
Robert Middlebrook, Adjutant. Stephen Summer? 4 
quarter master. Samuel Reed, paymaster. Elijah Mid- 
dlebrook, surgeon. Burr Perry, sergeant major. Charta* 
G. Hawley, quarter master sergeant Stephen Middle- 
brook, surgeon's mate. 



Third Company, 
David Hill, jr. captain 
Lewis Burr, 1st lieut 
James It. \\ ilson 2d d«^ 
Vacant, 3d do, 
Vacant 4th do. 
Vacant cornet. 

Fourth Company, 
Conklin Husted, captain 
>ha's Hendric, 1st lieut. 
Israel K Wood, 2d do. 
Earl Smith, 3d do. 
John C. Saufoid, 4th d«^ 



Ftr&t Company. 
Joseph Wheeler, captain 
George Shdton, 1st lieut, 
Joseph Sherman, 2d do. 
SanVl C. Cu» tiss, 3d do. 
Youngs Nichols, 4th do. 
Isaac Cummmgs. cornet. 

Second Company, 
E. L. Silliman, captain 
James Scott, 1st lieut. 
Charles Seymour, 2d do. 
Joseph Silliman jr Sd do. 
SamM W. Knap, 4th do. 
C. 0. H, Middlebrook,corneL >mith Scott, cornet. 

LIGHT AKTILLERY. 

Formed from New-London, Norwich, Lyme, Danburjr 
Stratford, Norwalk. New-Haven, Saybrook, Haddam, Gri<-- 
wold, KUHngworth, and Derby. 

William Bull, Colonel. 
John L Tomlinson* Lieutenant Colonel. 
Phi los HlaUe, 1st Major. 
Charlet Coit,2d do. 
Giles Blague, jr. Adjutant. Wm. H. Lynde, quarter mas- 
ter. Hart Talcott, chaplain. Thomas C. Ward, paymas- 
ter, Sylvester Buckley, surgeon. 



First Company. 
Wm. H Clark, captain. 
Elijah F Dutton. 1st lieut 
Joseph Jackson, 2d do. 
Second Company. 
Abijah Thatcher, captain 
Natli'l Reriick, 1st lieut. 
EleazerL. Lathrop, 2d do. 



Third Company. 
Vacant, captain 
Geo H. Chadwick, 1st lieut. 
Asahel Rowland, 2d do. 

Fourth Company. 
!jos j Ambler, captain. 
Era Gregory. 1st lieut* 
Lewis S. Hoyt, 2d 'M* 



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Fifth Company. 
Stepheu Haw ley, captain 
Charles Foot, 1st lieut. 
A. E. Sherwood, 2d do. 

Sixth Company. 
Joseph Keeler. captain 
Horace A Gibbs, 1st lieut. 
Sam'l B Skidmore,2d , Uieut. 

Seventh Company, 
Vacant, captain 
Charles Hequembonrg, 1st It, 
Caleb Mix, 2d do. 
Egbert D. Peck, 3d do. 
A. H. Ma'tby 4tb do. 

Eighth Company, 
Alfred Worthington, capt, 
Sylvester Chalker, 1st It. 
Jabez. South worth, 2d do. 



JSlthtk Company* 

IDud ley Clark, captain, 
ftoswell Brainard, 1st It. 
David B Ventris, 2d do. 
I Tenth Company. 

Vacant, captain 
Hezekiah Prentis, 1st lieut. 
Moses F. Geer, 2d do. 
I Eleventh Company. 
[Eli A.Elliott, captain. 
Nath'i Wright, 1st lieut. 
Philip Hill, 2d do. 

Twelfth Company. 
Silas Newcomb, captain 
William Lum, 1st lieut. 
Josiah S. Washburn 2d da. 



Second Regiment. 
Formed from Brooklyn, Tolland, East-Martford, Pom- 
fret, Killingly, Sharon, Windham, Hebron, Bristol, Hart- 
ford, Washington, Simsbury, Canton, Winchester, and 
Barkhampsted. 

Deems Humphrey, Colonel. 
Aaron F. Olmsted Lieutenant Colonel, 
Daniel Woodruff 1st Major. 
Josiah D^an, 2d do. 
"Benjamin C. Burdett, Adjutant. Joy H. Fairchild, chap- 
lain. George C Skinner, Paymaster Henry Webb 2d,' 
quarter master. Chester Hunt, surgeon Vacant sur- 
geon's mate. Wm- Mather, jr« sergeant mpjor. 



E/rxi Company, 
Samuel Cady, captain. 
Vscar.t 1st lieut 
Vacant 2d do. 

Second Company. 
Hazard Hull, «af>tarn. 
Silas Brown, !s r . !»eut. 
Cordial iffewcomb, 2d do, 



Third Company, 
Solomon Oimsted, sap lain 
Ban'! Marsh, 2d lieut. 
G.P Harrington, 3d do. 
Fou>*h Company, 
Vacant captain 

H^raton Wi itniore, 1st lieut. 
1 Vacant 2d do, 



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Fifth tympany. 
Geo. 5 pallor J, captain 
J aim 8 Smith, 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d do. 

Sixth Company. 
John Porter, capt. 
Harry Kimball, 1st lieut. 
Henry Gay, 2d do. 

Seventh Company. 
Richard Peek, captam. 
CUauncey Ives 1st l;eut. 
George Bnlkley, 2d do. 

Eigh th Co mp any. 
Horace Goodwin, captain. 
Samuel Uodri, 1st lieut. 
Joseph Church, iid do. 



Ninth Company* 
Amasa L ithrop, captain 
Win. Odel!, 1st lieut. 
Welcome Geer, 2d do. 
Tenth Company* 
Aurora Case, captain 
Vacant, 1st !ieut. 
Eliaha Sugden, 2d do. 

Eleventh Company* 
Alvin Squires, captain 
tiichard l^ee, 1st lieut. 
Vacant 2d do. 

TivelfXh Company. 
Ira Sherman, captain 
tienry Cnatne'd, 1st lieut. 
(Samuel Worcester 2d do. 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 



Isaac Tousey, esq. for Hartford County . 
Ralph Lockwood, esq. for New-Haven County. 
Henry Strong, esq. for New-London County. 
Ebenezsr Seeley, jr. esq. for Fairfield County. 
Simon Davis, jr. esq. for Windham County. 
Jabez W. Huntington, esq. for Litchfield County. 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. esq. for Middlesex County. 
Eiislia Stearnes, esq for Tolland County. 



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tttt7 ?T- ~ -j~~]~ L-—~n ■ ~ ■ ,„ . ; ass 
TURNPIKE ROAUS. 

Names of Turnpike Roads and Commissioners 

* Boston— incorporated Oct. 1797. 
David Keyes, Hemati Storrs 
■ Bridgeport & Newtown — Oct. 1801 
Bennet Perry, Noah A Lacy 
Canaan > tj Salisbury— Oct t 801* 
Thomas N Smith, Benajah Douglass 
• Chatham. & Marlborough — Oct. 18&9 
Timothy Wondbrklge, Far ff fell Coit 
Clteshire— Oct 1799 & May 1800 
! Lemuel Whitman, Charies H. Poritl 
Chester & North Killing-worth 
Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway 
Colchester t$ Chatham— Oct. 1808 
Danie! Burrows, Abner Beudee 
Colchester & JVorwich-Oat. 1805 
Timothy Woodbridge," Levi Waldo 
Columbia— Oct. 1808 
Daniel Burrow3, David Nurtoa 
Connecticut— Oat 1805 
Simeon H Miner, Jeremiah Sturgess 
Connecticut & Rhode- Island— May 18Q6 
Heman Storrs, Luther Warren 
Cornwall &f Warren. 
Thomas N Smith, Joshua Love II 
Cornwall tf Washington— Oct. 1805 
John Tallmadge. Timothy Collins 
J)anbury & Ridgejield—Mzy 180 1 
William Cook, Samuel H, Phillips 
Durham & taut- Guilford— -May 1811 
Joshua Slow, Bezekiah Rice 
Easl'Hadduw & Colchester 
Benjamin Goii, Johutte W*U 



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Farming ton River— May 1800 
James Humphreys, Michael P. Milli 
Fairfield, Redding, &f Weston 
£hiuehaa Taylor, John Hull 
Goshen & Sharon — May 180.? 
Samuel Roberts, Joshua LovelL 

Grunby— Oct. 1800 

John Hempsted, John Caldwell 

Greenwoods— Oil. 1798 

Benajah Douglass, Michael F. Mills 

Groton & Stonington. 

Henry Channine, Benjamin Coit. 

Had dam & Durham 

Joshua Slow, Henry Lyiaan 

'Hartford and Mew-Haven— Oct. 1798. 

Gh's H. Pond, John Hempsted 

Hartford & lVe~v-London—Qcl. 1800 

John Lathrop, James Mitchell 

MQVt fords Tolland, Windham, and New London Citm* 

lies— Oct. 1798 

Elias Brown, Elijah House 

Hartford & Tolland- Oct. 1801 

Elijah House, Ashbel Chapman. 

Hartland— May 1 800 
Aaron Austin, Horace Higlev 
Hebron & Middle Uaddam— -May 1803 
David Norton, Daniel Burrows. 

Housatonnic — May 179$ 
Aaron Hitchcock, Ch's H. Pond 
J^illingtvorth & ffaddam— Oct. 1813 
Jedidiah Harris. Jared Elliott 
Canaan & Litchfield. — May 1799 
Benajah Douglass, Michael F* Mills. 
Litchfield & Cornwall. 
Sam'l Seymour, John Phelps 
-Litchfield & Ilarwi?iton—Ozt. 1798 

Calvin Butler, Stephen Dewing 

Litchfield & JYeivMilford-Oct 1797 

John Phelps. VW ren R, Fowler 

Middle— Oct. 1803 
Aaroa UKchcock, Nathan Preston 



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Middlesex — May 1802 
Justin Lyman, John Hempstead 
Middle town & Berlin— May 1 808 
John Caldwell s John Hempstead 
Middletown & Durham— Oci. 1813 
Charles H- Pond, Joshua Stow 
Middle town £i? Meriden— Oct. 1809 
Isaac Hough, Hezekiah itice 
Mohegan. 
George Williams, Ch'r Manwarring 
New Haven & Derby— M^y 1798 
Charles H Fond, Edwin E. Lewis 
New-Raven & Mil/or d— May, 1802 
Charles H. Pond, Edwin E. Lewis „ 
J\ew- London c*f Lyme — May ]80r 

James Mitchell, Ch'r Griffing 
New London and Windham counties 
Farwelt Colt, Alexander Stewart, jr. 
New-Miff or d & Sherman, 
Daniel A, Picket, Israel Camp 
^ew'PrSstpn^ May 1802 
Warren R. Fowler, John Phelps 
JSorwalh & U anbury— Qtt. 1795 
Billy Com stock, Zalmon Wildman 
Norwich and W bodstock — May 1801 
David Hyde, Joshua Smith 
Oxford 
Gideon Jud on, Charles H. Pond 
Pettipaug and Guilford 
Moses Warren, Erastus Selden 

Rimmon Falls— May 180® 
J'ohn Closely, Charles H. Pond 
Sharon and Cornwall—May 1803 
Oliver Kellogg, Michael F Mills 
Stafford Mineral Spring—Out. 1^03 
Lemuel White, Ashbel Chapman 
Still River 
Aaron Austin, Samuel Roberts 
Southinglon and Waterbvry --Oct I SI 3 
Jehu Kingabury, John Mix 



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Straits— Oi <• 17-37 

diaries II. Pond, Mom is Woodruff 

Tukott Mountain-may lFl'8 

John Caldwell, John. Hempstead 

Thompson— Oct. 1805 

Wyman Carroll, Isaae Divis 

Tolland County— -May 1809 

Kliphalct Young, .labez L. White 

7 V> rrtngton - M ay l &oo 

Samuel Woodward, Samuel Seymour 

Washington—Oct. 1803 

Warren K. Fowler, Nathan l'<csloa 

IVindJiam and Coventry 

John N Sutnner, Klijah Hoa^e 

Windham and J lavs field— M*y iZQQ 

Henry Wehb, John HaUlwin 

Woodstock and Sowers—Out. 18GS 

Khphnlct Young, Jahez L. White 

IVoorhtocic fl'wa? Thompson— Oct. l&Oi 

Jasoa Woodward, Tbeophilus li. Chandler, 



FERRIES. 

J\lida!etoiv>i Ferry 

"Ebenezer Sage, Henry L~Dekove* 

Saybrook Ferry 

Simeon Smitli, James Mitchell, Noyes Barber 

BRIDGES. 

JViantic Bridge 

Christopher M&nwatrmgs Loclpwlfik Fosdick 

Bridgeport Bridge 

Robert Fairch'ds*, Samuel Rowland, John Hull 

Hartford Bridge 
fienry Seymour, John Hempsied, Lemuel White 

Union Company 

Epaph- Champion, Koger Whittlesey, Lalan Smith 

Overseers oj Newgate Prison 

&artin Sheldee, Jonathan Pcttibone, jr. Jeremiah Crow* 



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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 



Hartford County 

Andrew Kingsbury, President 
Henry Seymour, Vice-President 
Timothy Pitkin, 2d Vice-Pi esident 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Corresponding Secretary 
Joseph K. Scarborough, Recording Secretary- 
James B. Hosmer, /Treasurer 
David Porter, Auditor 
Ethan A. Andrews, Chair, of View. Com. 
Pliny Hillyer, Chair, of Com. of Produce 
Samuel Woodruff, Chair. Com. of Inspection 

New Haven County. 

Eli Whitney, President 

Andrew Hall, jr Samuel Cook, Nathan Peck, Frederick 

Lee, Isaac Goodsel!. Viep-Presidents 

Burrage Beech, Henry C Flagg, Secretaries 

Abraham Bradley, Treasurer 

Leeraan Stone, Seedsman 



New -London County. 

Ettas Perkins, President f 

'B wight Ripley, Ralph Hurihut Wm. Williams, John R. 
VVatrous, Matthew Griswold, Viee Presidents 
Thomas S, Perkins, Cer. Secretary 
Hezekuth Goddard, Jtecoj:. Secretary- 
Joseph Williams, Treasurer 
Epaphras Porter, Auditor 
Christopher Man warring, Joseph Williams, Noyes Barber, 

Com. of Publications 
Samuel Chany, of New-London, and Epaphras Porter, of 
Norwich, Seedsmen 



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Fairfield County* 

William Edmond, President 

Gideon Tomlinson, Matthew B Whittlesey, V. Presidents 

Zalmon Wildman, Cor. Secretary 

Jiussel Hoj t, Reoor- Secretary 

Stephen Wheeler, Treasurer 

John Q Wesson, Auditor 

Azor Belden, Seedsman. 



Windham County. 

v Darius Matlhew?on, President 

Roger Taintor, Wm. Kinne, Vice-Presidents 

James M'Clellan, Secretary and Librarian 

Elisha B. Perkins/, Treasurer 

Fhos. Hubbard, Elian. Thompson, ELeazar Mather, Geo. 

Learned, John M'Clellan, Com. of Correspondence 

Asa Copeland. Collector of Taxes 



Litchfield Courtly. 

Frederick Wolcott, President 

Lagustus Pettibone, Samuel Lyman, Thaddeus Griswold, 

Orange Merwin, Calvin Butler, Vice-Presidents. 

Sheldon C. LeaVilt, Ccr. Secretary 

David C Sanford, Recor. Secretary 

Joseph Adams, Treasurer 

William Buel, Auditor. 



Middlesex County. 

Nehem'ah H ibbard, President 

^ed worth Wadsworth, William Lynde, Y*ice- President? 

John AUop, Cor. Secretary 

John Lawrence Lewis, Recor. Secretary 

Henry Lyman, Treasurer 

John Fisk, Auditor 

Horace Sonthmayd, Seedsman. 



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YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN, 

[founded 1700,] 

CORPORATION. 

Rct. Jeremiah Day, S.T.D. LLP: 
Kev. Andrew Lee, S.T.D. 
Ilev, Joseph Strong, S I'D. 
Kev. iienoni Upson, S I'D. 
liev. Amos Rassett, S.T.D, 
Kev. John Elliott 
ifclis Ex> Oliver Wolcott, LL. D. 
His Honor Jonathan Ingersoli, L.L.l^ 
Hon- Frederick WoScott 
liev Wififrrn B. Kiplcy 
Hon. Ellas Peikina 
Hon- David Ttmlin&oa 
Kev. Daniel Smith 
Kev. Andrew Eliot 
Hen Sylvester Wells, M.D. 
Kev. Cajvin Chopin, S.T D. 
Hon. Jcjn S. iViers, MD, 
lion. Enoch F.mrcws 
Kev. David Smith. 

Hon. James Hillhouse, Treasure? 
Stephen TWuifhgi £sq. S&wiffly 



FACULTY. 
Her. Jucmurh Day, s.t v tu p 1 s v«U!ent. 
#*he* 8 Benson, m d. Professor of tie Institutes oi Mei 



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frathan Smith, M. d. cs.m s. Lond. Professor of the Theo- 
ry and Practice of Physic* Surgery and Obstetrieks. 
Jenjamin Silliman, m.d. Professor of Chemistry, Phai£ 

macy, Mineralogy and Geology. 
ames L. Kingsley, a m. Processor of the Hebrew, Greek 

and Latin Languages. 
Hi Ives, m.d. Professor of Materia Mullen, and Botany, 

and Lecturer on the Diseases or Children. 

onathan Knight, m.d. Professor of Anatomy, Physiology, 

and Lecturer on Olisletricks. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, A m Prtofoflidf 1 of Divbtity 

lev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, a.m. Professor of Uhcioricfc 

and Oratory. 

Alexander >I. Fisher, a.m. Professor of Mut'ieroatics and 

Natural Philosophy. 

MEDICAL EXAM I NERS. 

|t£fco.h V. Cogswell, m d. I Thomas Minor, m p. 
Lhomas Hubbard, m.d. | Warren ft. Fowler, M,xr. 



IUTOR?. 

lorace Kooker, a m. [Edward FluW, a.m. 

turns Woodward, a m. Lvman Cotetnim, a. 

m. C. Fowler, a. m. I Henry Uulton, a. a. 



J, Auirews, A a, Assistant to the Professor of QIi 

isity. 



Vomm$nQfimevt-~Z(\ Wednesday of September. 
Vacation s-~\?row commencement, s<x weeks -from the 
Wednesday of January, two weeks — and from the first 
ednesday in May, four weeks 

Resident Graduates 4— Medical Students 78 — Academic 
uieuts 315.—— iVtal '10*. 



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EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

> 

"Rey. Tillot9oa B iron son, d. d. Principal, 

Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Languages 

Burrage Beach, esq. Treasurer and Secretary. 

Anniversary — First Wednesday of September. 

Vacations— From the first Wednesday in September 
three weeks ; from the tf4th of December, two weeks— 
from the third Wednesday in April, five weeks. 



BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Eiizur Goodrich, jr. A. m, Preceptor. 

Vacations — From the first Wednesday in September*,; 
three weeks — from the first Wednesday in January— two 
weeks— and from the first Wednesday in May, two week, 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, (MASS.) 

[Founded 1636] 

■Rev. John Thornton Kirtland, d. d ll d. President. 

Commencement — Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations- From Commencement, four weeks — Ron 
the fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks—am 
from the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 



WILLIAMS COLLEGE, (MASS.) 
(Incorporated June 22, 1793.) 

Rev. Edward D. Grimng, d d Ptesfdefit. 
Rev. Alvin Hyde, d. d Vice President. 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations— First, three weeks from Commencement- 



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Second, seven weeks from ihe fourth Wednesday la Do* 
cember — Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday m 

May. 



BOWDOIN COLLEGE, 

AT BRUNSWICK, [.MK. ] 

[Incorporated June 21, 17 91 J 

Ilev. William Allen, President. 

Commencement— First Wednesday in .September. 

Vacations— First, four weeks from Coinmcnceraent- 
Second, six weeks from the first Wednesday in January 
Third, three weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY. (R. I.) 

[Incorporated 17G4.J 

Rev. Asa, Messer, d l>. Lr>. d President* 

Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 

Vacations — First, three weeks from Commenc. menl — 

Second, eight weeks from the last Wednesday in Decern 

her. Third, two weeks from the third Wednesday in 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, [if, II] 

(Founded in 17G0 ) 
Vacant President. 
Commencement— -Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations'— First, four and a half weeks from Com- 
mencement, Second, eight and a half weeks from the fir&t 
Monday in January. 



M1DDLEBURY COLLEGE, 

(Incorporated Nov. 1300 ) 
Itev. Jcahaa Bates, d. d. President, 



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Crmmencemeiit—ThWd Wednesday in August! 

Vacations— First, four week3 from Commencement. 
Second, seven weeks from the first Wednesday in January, 
and third, two weeks from the third Wednesday in May. 

UNION' COLLEGE, AT SCHENECTADY, 

N. Y. 

Rev. E'iphalet Nott, d. D. President, 
Commerce,: ent — Fourth Wednesday of July. 
Vacations — First, from Commencement, seven weeks. 

Second, in December, thiee wteks. Third, in April, 

tLree weeks. 



HAMILTON COLLEGE, 

IN ONEIDA COUNTY, N. Y. 

(Incorporated in IS 1 2,) 

Rev. Henry Davi«, d. d. President. 

Commencement — Fourth Wednesday in August 1 . 

Vtu :atj ; on s— First, from Commencement, six weeks.—* 

f*condj from ti-e Second Wednesday in January, three 

we^ks. ftriird, from the second Wednesday in May, 



four wee 



OFFICERS 
r J tfk Mpka ofCimnecHcut 

Professor C &. Goodrich, Fjesident 
i^onard B VVsle", rsq. Vice IVetident 

Woodward; Corresponding Secretary 



Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sci 
traces* 

(Incorporated Ovtofaer, 1729 ) 



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Rev. Jeremiah Day, ll.d. I'resiilcuC 




'esiiicntj 



CounciUors'-HoTi. John Trumbull, ll.d. Hon. Simeon 
Baldwin, Rev. Tillotson Brcn&on, d. d. lion. David Dag- 
gelt, Hon. Roger M. Sherman- 

Corresponding Secretaries —Enoch Perkins, esq. Na» 
than Smith, m d litv. i£. I . j a i 1 Waiern-.au. 

Recording Secretary— Pi c feuar Fiiher 

Treasurer— Stephen Twining, es'j 

Committee of Publication— President Day, Piofessc* 
Silliman, Professor Kh.gsley. 

Aimuai meeting, 4th Tuesday of October. 



OFFICERS 

Of the Charitable SoCltft}, for the ccJucthon of 
indigent vicus young mcn % for the Ministry 

cf the C 

Kon,'T; pp'r.g; Kcevr, President 
T?tv. Samuel Merwln, V'ict« President 

Kt v. Kathanitl W. i'ayl- i # , Sectary 
Roger 3. Skinner, es^. Auditor 

Committee of *fppri { ',ria;:0n— 1 'di.v . ,M"6ttv ah Day* Mr- 
Benjamin SiJIimtm, Mr. Jarats lu Kingjky, Rev, $. W» 
YayroTjifewSufnuel M. Mer*'in f Rev. Kleszer T. F'.t- V .> 
Mr. Samuel J. Hiichccck, lit v. 0. A. Goodrich, lies* 
Thomas IT. Duvles. 

C&mmiitee f :f Supples— llcv. Messrs. Thomas Robl 
Joel Hi;we9 3 Nui ii Porter^ Caleb Tetuiey^ Lj m^H Be 
er, Jonathan. Cctje^ Isaac Lei is. 



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Standing Secretaries in the Baptist Association; 

Hartford— Kev Elisha Cushman. 
New-London— Rev. Jonathan Goodwin. 
Stonington Union— itev. Koswel Burrows, 



NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

JEneas Monson, jr. esq President. 
II. Jl. Pynchon, Cashier. 

Directors— JEneas Monson jr. William LeffingweH, 
Titus Street, David Daggett, Henry Denison, Stephen 
Muggins, Isaac Townsend, Abraham Bradley, jun.— Chas, 
Atwater, John H. Jacocks on the part of the State. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of Ju- 
ly. 

Days ef Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 o'clock A M. to 3 o'clock P. M* 

SAVING BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. Prsident. 
Chs. Denison, Esq. Secretary, 

By arrangement, the Cashier of the Eagle Bank acts as 
Treasurer lor the Saving Bank, and receives all deposits. 
The Eagle Bank uses the funds as is thought proper^ 
and guarantees the principal with five per cent interest, 
iree of charge. 

It is now only about fifteen months since this Bank, 
went into operation, and the deposits already exceed forty 
thousand dollars. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Simeon Breed, esq. President 
tftsekhh PetkUi?, Cashier. 



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Directors — Simeon Breed, Jahez Huntington, John hi 
Buswell, Zachariah Huntington, Dwight liipfey, Charles t\ 
Huntington, Benjamin Coit, Jonathan G. W. Trumh.i'.l, Jo- 
seph Williams, Nathaniel Shinman, Joseph Huntington, 
Jacob \V. Kinney, Asa Fitch. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, third M#nd >y of June, 

Days of Discount, Tucsdiys and Fridays Hours of bu« 

$iness from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 to 4 P. M« 




SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

JUJVE At Hartford, second Tues* 

Lichfield, third do. 

Fail field, fourth do. 

N Haven, Tuea. fol. 4th 
JULY At Haddani, second do. 

Norwich (a) third do. 

Brooklyn, fourth do. 

Tolland, Tues. following 4th 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

JANUARY. At. Brooklyn, first Tuesday. 

N.' Haven, third do. 

N London, fourth do. 

FEBRUARY. At Hartford, second do. 

Litchfield, third do, 

Middletown, fourth ilo. 

APRIL. Tolland, third do. 

AUGUST. At N. Haven, second do. 

Litchfield, third do, 

SEPTEMBER. At Harttmd, first do, 

thooklyn, secoad do» 



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Danhury, third dfr 

teCTOBEti At Norwich, first do. 

Haddam, fourth do. 

j)EC£M£ER. At Fairfield, iast do. 

Tolland, fourth do* 



COUNTY COURTS. 



FEBRUARY, 


At Fairfield, ?ast 


d>. 


MARCH 


At V. London, (ajfirst 


do. 




ToiSaud, seccrul 


do. 




N. Havea, third 


do. 




Brooklyn, third 


do. 




Hartford, fourth 


do. 


APRIL. 


At Litchfield, first 


do % 




Hadd. Tues. after 1st 


Mon 




Friir field, third 


do. 


JUJYE. 


At N, London j second Tl 


ttsday 




N. ilaven, fourth 


do. 


AUGUST. 


At Hartford, second 


do. 




Brooklyn, third 


do. 


SEPTEMBER, 


At Tolland, setor d 


>do, 




Litchfield, fourth 


do. 




Mid d ' e to w ',) , fe u »• t h 


do.' 


NOVEMBER* 


At Litchfield, first 


do. 




Hartford, second 


do. 




Norwich, thud 


do. 




Bar, bury, third 


do. 




New- Haven, fourth 


do. 


DECEMBER 


At Bro< kiyn, secflfffj 


do. 




UlohfieMi third 


(1$. 



UMTEDSTJTKS COURTS, 

FEBRUARY District— New-Haven, 4th Tuesday 

APRIL Ciccuil— New Haven, 19th d*y 

MAY District- Hartford, 4)h Tuesday 

AUGUST Z}iV.:.ki-~ Ncm Invert, ith do- 



1 41 

SEPTEMBER CTircnlt^lUrtford, 17tL 
&OVRMBE& District-Hart Ibnl, 4th 'lussur 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

SINGLE fcETTERS. 

For any d'i6 f erice not e^c^ey r.g- 30 miles 

Over 30 and not exceeding 'An miles 10 

150 4to0 18 1- '2 

40C 25 

Double letters src flcutite, triple letters fijuatf. 

rilple letters with quadiTp'c these rates, profided they 
weigh l ounce; otheiwise with triple postage. 

Single letters, if earned in j< vessel et the United States, 
6 cents ; hi a private vessel, 6 cents. 

No master of a vessel csn report, before his letters aie 
delivered at the pest office. 

Newspapers, on^ o&Xi ; trot ?f r ". 10 miles one 

&fti a half cents. Not earned out of the state where prin- 
ted, one cent. 

Magazines ami P:rnph!cts *re rated by the she^l — Car* 
vied not over 50 ruiles. per sheet. 1 cent. — Over 50 and 
mot over 100 miles, 1J cents* Any- gteatcr djctan.ee, 2 
cents. 



GOVERNORS 

0F THE SEVERAL, STATES. 

Mai no Alb'on K Panic 

New-Hampshire Samuel Hell 

Vermont Richard Skinner 

lihode-Isiand Wm C- Gibbs 



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Massachusetts 


John Brooks 


Connecticut 


Oliver Wolcott 


New-York 


DeWitt Clinton 


New-Jersey 


Isaac H. Williamson 


Pennsylvania 


Joseph Heister 


Delaware 


John Collins 


Maryland 


Samuel Sprigg 


Virginia 


Thomas Mann Randolph 


North Carolina 


Jesse Franklin 


South Carolina 


Thomas Bennet 


Georgia 


John Clarke 


Kentucky 


John Adair 


Tennessee 


Vm. Carroll 


Ohio 


Ethan A. Brown 


Louisiana 


Thomas B. Robertson. 


Mississippi 


Walter Leake 


Indiana 


Jonathan Jennings 


Illinois 


Shadrach Bond 


Alabama 


Israel Pickens 


Missouri 


Alexander MjeNair 




. **s£$@$G»~ 


^territorial Governments. 


Michigan 


Lewis Cass 


Aikansas 


James Miller 


Florida 







GOVERNMENT OF THE 

HKITED STATES. 



JAMES MONROE, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 
Salary 2 £,000 dollars per annum. 



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PANIEL D. TOMPKINS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Salary 50()0 dollars. 



List of Members of the Senate, and House of 

Representatives of the U. States in the 1 7th 

Congress. 

FIRST SE5SIOX. 



SENATORS. 



Jilaine, 
John Chandler 
John Holmes 

New Hampshire* 
David L. Morrill 
J. F. rarrott 

Massachusetts, 
flarrison G Otis, 
Elijah H Mills 

Jihode Inland. 
Nehemiah K. Knight 
James D* Wolf 

Connecticut, 
Etijah B >ardman 
James Lanman 

Vertftoni 
William A. Palmer 
Henry Seymour 

JVew York. 
Rufus King 
Martin Van Beuren 
New Jersey. 
Mahlon Dickerson 
. Samuel L. Southard 
Pennsylvania, 
Walter Lowrie 
Vacant 



Dehnvarc. 
Nicholas Vandyke 
Vacant 

Maryland* 
lEdward Lloyd 
I William Pinkney 

Virginia, 
\ James Pleasants 
'ames Harbour 

J\ orth> Carolina, 
Nathaniel Macon 
Mont ford Stokes 

South Carolina. 
John Gaillard 
.Vii'iam Smith 

'*• Georgia. 
jfohn Elliot 
i Nicholas Ware 

Kentucky 
iiichard M. Johnson. 
Ism\m Talbot 

Tennessee, 
John Williams 
li;hn H. Eaton 

Ohio, 
Benjamin Rugbies 
William A Trimble 



Louisiana, 
Henry Johnson 
J a rata Brown 

Indiana, 
James Noble ^ 
Waller Taylor 

Mississippi 
David Holmes 
Tjiomas H. Williams 



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fosse B. Thomas j 
Ninian Edwards 

Alabama, 
John W. Walker 
vViiliam R King 

•Missouri, 
Davi<l Barton 
L'hos. H. Benson 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Maine — 7. 
Joshua Giishtdan. Joseph Dane, Ebenezer Herriok 
>.iark L. Hill, Enoch Lincoln, Ezekict Whitman* William 
|J. Williamson. 

Massachusetts — ) 3. 
Samue' (D. Alien, Gideon jBarstow, Francis Baylies, Lew- 
is Bigelow, Henry W. Dw'ght, William Eustis, Timothy 
Fuller, Benjamin Gnrham, Aaron ilobari, Snmupl LatK" 
i op, Jeremiah Nelson.. John Reed, Jonathan Russell. 
Vermont — 6 
Pamufj C. Cr?f,5, rJins Keys, Pt<Htin C. Maliory, Job* 

Mattocks, Chaties TIiOa, White. 

/»VV; rie - .Zs/a mJ — 2. 
John Durfee., Slnuel Eddy. 

Con n ec r ic ? it — 7 , 
Noyes Barber, Daniel Burrows, Henry W. Edwards, 
John R*?*?, Ansel Sterling, Ebenezer Stoddard, Gideoa 
Tom'insott. 

.• ftra.Y'jrk— 27, \ 
Charles Borland, \v. Churchill C. Cambreljng, ?amnel 
Campbell, Cadq&alja&er D UoSden Alfred Conkling, jiibft 
I). Dickinson, John Geb bard, John -Hawks, Fhonpaa IT. 
Hubbard, .losepl* KSnOaad", Elijali Litchfield, Uichani 
^icCaityJ Jclvi h :^o^n f Waiter Patterson, Jcrtfmiali 



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M. Pierson, Nathaniel Pitcher, William T>. IZochesfer, 
Charles II, Uuggtes, Rlijah Spencer. Mioah Sltnrting, John 
W.Taylor, Albert Si. Tracy, Solomon Vnn llciivl'r;:-, 
William W. Van Wyck, Koubeu li, Walworth, Sdas 
Wood, David Woodcock. 

New -Jersey — 0. 

Kphraim bateman, George Caiaedy, T/wis C)mlit, 
GtQrge liolcombc, James Matlack, Samuel swan. 

Pennsyhpnio — 23. 

Henry Baldwin, Johu Brown, James Buchanan, Wil- 
liam Darlington, George Dennison, Samuel fcWward*, I*. 
trick Farra!iy, Samuel GrVfes!, Joseph Hemphill, Thomas 
G. McC alio eh, James Mc-Sherry, William Mil nor, Janus 
8. Mitchell, Samuel Moore, Thomas Mirr;iv, Til 
Patterson, John Philips, Gaopge Plumer, Thomas J. fto« 
gers, John Sergeant, Andrew Stewart, Joim i'mld, LuiI- 
Wig- Worm an. 

Delaware — 2. 

Lewis .McLane, Caesar A. !I>dney. 
Alary 'and — 9. 

Thomas FJayly, Jeremuh Causden, Joseph Kent, Pe- 
ter Little, Kaphael Neafe, John Nelson, Samuel Smith, 
Jleury tt. Warfiehl, Kobert Wright, 
pTirginia — 2.5. 

Marfe; Vexander, William S. Archer, Wiil'am T,ce fia*?, 
Philip P. Barbour, lturweil R.ssett, John Ki >vd, Rob* » t 
S. Garnett, rMw.u\! B. Jackson, James Jone a , J a he? 
Leftweh, William MsCoj, Charles F.Mercer, Thomas L. 
Moore, hlujjh Nelson, Thomas D4ew|ph, John Randolph, 
Arthur 8nfhh; William Smith, Alexander Pmyt'i, Andrew' 
fjteyensoq, I'homai V. Swearmgea., G*org« backer, Ja- 
red Williams. 

North Carolina — 1 3 . 

William S." ftlackledge, EJutahlns G. Burton, fle-»ry 
Conner, Josiah Crudup, W$yp.n N. Edwards, Th<>mn H. 
Ha*i, Charles Hooks, 'John Lon$, Archibald M ip\W t 
Po mains binders, Lemuel .Saijeks Felix Walker, Uw. 
is vVilll&ms. 

10 



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South Carolina— 9. 

.lames Blair, Joseph Gist, William Lowndes, Georgte 
McDuffee, Thomas It. Mitchell, James Overstrcet, Joei 
K. Poinsett, Sterling Tucker, John Wilson. 
Georgia— >§ 

Joel Abbot, Alfred Cuthbtrt, Georpe R Gilmer, Robeit 
R. Reid, Edward F. Tatnai), Wiley Thompson. 
Kentucky — 10. 

Uenjamin Hardin, Francis Johnson, John T. Johnson, 
Themas Metcalfe. Thomas Montgomery, Anthony New, 
John Speed Smith, David Trimble, Samuel H. VYcodson, 
J. C. Breckenridge 

Tennessee — 6. , 

Robert Allen, Henry H. Bryan, Newton Gannon, John 
Cocke, Francis Jones, John Rhea. 
Ohio — 6. 

Levi Barber, John W.Campbell, David Chambers, 
Thomas R. Ross, John Sloan, Joseph Vance. 

Louisiana — losiah Stoddard Johnson. 

Indiana— William Hendricks. 

^Mississippi — Christopher Rankin. 

Illinois— Dnnie! P. Cook. 

Jilabuma— Gabriel Moor. 

iWisxouri- John Scott. 

Ahclngan Territory — Solomon Sibley, Delegate. 

+Irka?isu8—J&mes Woodson Bates, Delegate. 

Pinup P. Barbour, Speaker. 

Thomas Duoghei tv, Clerk. 
Thomas Dunn, Sergeant at Arm?, 



NEW ARMY LIST. 



Jacob Brown, major general 
Rdmund P. Gaines, brigadier genera! 
W infield Scctt, brigadier general 



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Thomas S Jesstip, brig. gen. qr. m. gen. 
Henry Atkinson, brigadier general £ adj. gen- 
John B. Wool, Insp, gun 
James Gadsden, Insp. general 
William Linnard, deputy quarter master. 
Henry Stanton, deputy quarter master. 
Col. George Gibson, Com. Gen. Sub. 
Calender Irvine, Com. of Purcha-.es. 
T>. Parker Paymaster General. 
Major S 15. Archer, Insp. Gen. rank oi Ccl. 
Judge Advocates. * 
Samuel a Storrow, Stock ley D. Hays* 
Colonels of Artillery, 
Moses Porter. 
N. Towson. 
Walker K. Armisfcad. 
John 1{. Fen wick. 
Injantry. 
Colonels T. Chambers, Hugh Brady, N. Pinkne}', R. 
Butler, Josiah Snelling, Duncan L. Clinch, Matthew Ai- 
buckle. 

Lieutenant Calcnels, 
Z. Taylor, W. Lawrence, John M'Neal,jr. G. M. 
Brooke, II. Leavenworth, W. Morgan, W. Lintkey. 
Mvjurs. 
R Whartenby, E. Cui'ei •; P. Baker, J.D Murn.y, J. E, 
Diek'ns, Alex.Cuiumings, A. K. Wooiky. 
Force of the Army. 
The four Jleglmenis oV Ariitleif — * 
Thirty-doc companies of fifty -five 
notr commissioned officers, ar- 
tificers, musicians, and privates, J,9S0 
Enlisted men for ordnance duties, 55 

The seven Regiments of Infantry—* 
Seventy companies, of fifty. one 
non-commissioned officers, mu- 
sicians, and privates, 3,570 
And the noncommissioned j>tafT, 35 



Making a total of 5,640 



148 

DEPARTMENTS OF THE 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State. 
John Q:»incy Adams, (Mass ) Secretary Salary gSCOQ 
Daniel Brent, Chief Clerk 

1 reasuru Dspartmen t. 

William H" Crawford, (Va ) Secretary COCO 

Edward Jones, Chief Clerk 

Joseph Anderson, Tenn 1st Controller 3500 

Kichard Catts, \la«. 2d Controller 3000 

Richard Hairison, Va 1st Auditor 3000 
William Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor - S<>00 

Peter Hastier, Pa. 3d Auditor 3000 

Constant Freeman, 4th Auditor 3000 

Stephen Pleasaoton, 5lh Auditor 3000 

Thomas Tudor Tuaker, S C< Treasurer 3000 

Joseph Nourse, Va Register .3000 
Josiah Meigs, Commissioner of Gen. Land Office 3000 

War Department. 

John C Ca'hrun. S, C Secretary 6000 

Christopher Va»:deventer, Chief Clerk 

Nathan Touson, Paymaster (leneral 2500 

jVavy Department. 

Smith Thompson, N. Y. Seerffary C00O 

General Post OJ?ee f 

Return J. Meigs; jv. 'Ohio, Post mast etvQeneral 4000 

Assistant, Abraham" ttrameyi Coa. 250O 

Do. Phmeas tfradiey, (>m. 2a00 

* JJint. 

Robert Patterson, Director gpoO 

James Hnsh, Treasurer jjjO 

Ad.sm Eckfeldt Coiner ]5»0 

Joseph id •. hsrdson, Assayer J|00 

Joseph Croud, Kefiner 1500 

Robert bcott, Engraver JUpO 

4rchiirct of the Capitol. 

Charles Bu nnoh 



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intercourse with Foreign Nations. 

DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary. 

Richard Rush, to Grent Britain Salary gQOOQ 

Albeit Gallatin, to France 9000 

Henry Middleton, to Russia 9000 

John Forsyth, to Spain 9000 

Charge d'affaires* - 
Alexander II Everett, to the Netherlands 4500 

Christopher Hughes, jun. to Sweden 

Secretaries of Legation, 
John Adams Smith, to Great Britain 2 r G0 

Daniel Shelden, to France 2-100 

Charles Pinkney, to Russia 2000 

r J »|t>- It. L Brent, to Spain £000 

John J. Appleton, to Brazil 2000 

Agents far Claims, 

London, Thomas Aspinwall 

Paris, Isaac Cox liarnet 

Buenos Ay res, John M. Forbes 

Chili, John H. Provost 

Venezuela, Charles S. Todd. 



CONSULS 

Of the United States %n Foreign Countries. 

In Great Britain and Ireland* 

Thomas Aspinwall, London. James M,uiiy ? Liver- 
pool. Herman Visger, Bristol. Nath. G lngr£tam,jqn« 
Fly mouth. Robert W Fox, Falmouth. Thomas Atthl- 
jo, Co-Ats. Joel Hart, Leith. Thomas Bnglish, Dublin. 
Jacob Mark, Cork. Samuel Luke, Belfast, Bernard 



150 



Henry, Gibraltar. Harvey Strong, Glasgow and Green* 
ock. Martin Bickham, Isle of {'Vance. Thus Wynes, 
Turks-I^and. — Agents* Win. Ii» Hlginbotham, Bermuda^ 
John Star, Nassau, N. P. 

Jti/siitt. 
Abraham P. Gibson, Si. Peter.*burgh. 

Sweden and Norway. 
David Erskine. Stork holm. C. A. Murray, CoLlenburg. 
flenry Jansen. jr Ghristiansaml, 
Denmark. 
John Ra'nals, Copenhagen. Robert Jacques, St. CVoix : .. 
Agent % Nathan Sevey, Si. Thomas. 
Germany. 
Edward Wrer, Hamburg, Frederick J. Wicheihausen, 
Bremen. William Clark, fcrnbden. 
J% ether lands 
John W. Parker, Amsterdam. Emanuel Wamberste,. 
Kotterdam and t)itehd David Parish, Antwerp. Wil- 
liam Gamble, St Euslatia. 

France 
Isaac Cox B-arnet, Paris. Daniel Strobe)., Bordeaux — 
Joshua Dodge, Marseilles. Francis E. Fenwick, Nantes. 
Gerard !>. Smith, Li Rocheile Edward Church L'O i« 
ent. tteuhen G. Beasicy. ft'ayre-de'-Graee. Thomas 
Johnston, Calais. Francis B. Faujhef, I. Guadeloupe. Si- 
las Marean, Martinujae. 

Portugal and Brrzil 
I-rac-3 P. Hutchinson, LisUoa Henry full, Rio de Ja- 
neiro. Woodbiidge Odin, St. Salvadore. 
Spain 
John M. riaH, Cadiz, Richarrl M'Cdl, Barcelona, 

Tuscany. Sardinia, and Austria 
Thomas Appieinn. Leghorn. James Scheie, Genoa- 
Victor A. Sasserno, Nice. George Moore, Trieste. 
Txttfi Sicilies 
Alexander Hammer, Naples Henry Prtble, Palermo 
John IJ road bent, Messina, 

Barb arii States 
Wm Sbalcr, con. jren'l. Algiers Townshend Stith„ 
Tunis. Thomas D Anderson, Tripoli. John Mullow- 
ney, Tangier, 



151 

China 
Benjamin C. Wilcocks, Canton 
Bayti 
Andrew Armstrong, Port-au-Prince. John N\ D'Arey 
Cape tlaytien. Aaron B. Noyos, Aux-Caycs. 



Ministers and Consuls of Foreign Powers, resident 
in the United Siacs, 

From France 

M. Hyde de NettvHte, envoy extraordinary, and minis* 
lei* Plenipotentiary 

Mr. linth, seorctary of h'g'Hion 

Mr. Petry, eousul-genei al to the United States, Wash • 
ir.gtnn 

Mr. Conteaux, vice ennval, Norfolk 

Le Marquis de Fou^cres, consul, Charleston 
From Great- Britain, 

Stratford Canning, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary 

Gibbs UraWtbrd Antrobus. secretary of legation 

Anthony St. .John Raker, consul-general 

James Buchanan, consul for state and city cf New* 
York. 

George Manners. Boston 

John H. (> 'pin. Newport 

Donald Vl'lntosh, N" Hump-hire and Maine 

Gilbert Robertson. Philadelphia 

Benjamin Moody, North and South Carolina 

,)ohn Davidson i N Orleans 

.fames Pallon, i > i s t . Columbia 

James Wallace, Savannah - 

James Stewart, Ne\"-L»nndo:i 

From Ottvsia. 

Pierre de Poletica envoy extraordinary, ancr minister 
plenipotentiary. •*. 

From SjHtin 
Don Joaqnin de Ahdaagfo envoy extraordinary and Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary 



152 

Don Bartolcrnc Bonqucnet, consul, Philadelphia 
)Jun Thomas Houghton, consul, New-York 
Don Juan ftoughton, consul for New -Hampshire, Massa- 
chusetts, Connecticut, Verment, Bhode-Isluud and 
Boston 

From Portugal 
Joseph Amada Grehon, Charge d'affaires 
Fram Denmark 
P. Pederson, minister resident and consul genera?. 
Charles VV T . Greene, \ ice -consul, Boston 

From Sweden and J\~orxoay 
Baron Robert Stackelhesg, Chaige d'affaires 
Henry Gahn, consul general, New-York 
Severin Lorieh, consul, Philadelphia 
Samuel Blagge, commercial Agent, Boston 
B. Rogers, jus. do Providence, IS. h 

Prussia 
Frederick Greuhro, Minister resident 
Jacob Bperrv, consul. Philadelphia 
J. W. Schmidt, do. New-York 
Baiph D. Forbes, do Boston 

From Hamburgh 
C N. Buck, consul-general, Philadelphia 
J. IV. Sehni'dt, Viee-comu! New-York 
Frederick G. Gr^ff, Baltimore 

From Sardinia 
3M, Guspa»e J>eabaUfe, consul-general, Phiadelphla 
JK V. Bou'and, vice-consul New York 
T. F. Dougherty, do. Baltimore 
GLF.-Bret.te, <'o. Norfolk 

From Jiu&tria 
Baron de Ledever, consul KeW-York 



Commissioners cj the Navy Board, 

John ttcrfger% Jwr-r Chance y, DavM Fcrtcr> 
J, B. PiiUidinjj, Secretary* 



153 



CAPTAINS. 



John Uodgera 
James Matron 
William Hainbridge 
Thomas Tingey 
Charles Stewait 
IsU3C Hull 
Isaac Chauncey 
John Shaw 
John U. Dent 
David Porter 
John Casio 
Samuel Evans 
Jaeob Jones 
Charles Morris 
Aiihur Sinclair. 



rThomas MacuonollgK 
| Lewis Warrington 
loseph Bain bridge 
William M. Grants 
■lames T. Leonard 
fames Middle 
Charles G Uidg'ey 
liobert T. Spence 
Daniel T. Patterson 
^aiuual «\ngU3 
Melanctliun V, Vvoolsey 
John Ci-de Crejghton 
ftdward Trencnkrd 
lolm Downes 
John I). He. .ley 
Jesse D. Elliott 



Names and fores of the Fcssels of the United 



Ships of the line. 



Names 
Independence 
Washington 
North -Carol ina 
Ohio 

New -Orleans 
Franklin 
Columbus 
Chippewa 
Delaware 

One building at Bo^on 
One at Pm-tsmcuth 
irrigate** 
Constitution 
United Stat«tf 
| Cue triers 
Java 



States; 

lOiie building at Wash- 



Guns. | ington 

74;(),;e do. at Philadelphia 

/i.Oai do, ar N. York 

74 One do at Norfolk 

74.().ie do. at Portsmouth. 

74j(;<ms(eilatiou 

74jCongtcs3 

74| Macedonian 

74 Con Ranee 

74 Mohawk 

74 Uyane 

74 ,iohn Adams, corvette 

General Pike 
<5 $ Saratoga 

«H Su-om t'Hgate Fulton, at 
Ml Mtsw-Ynrk 
>\ f| #V/te */ It'ur, £fc, 
44 Lawrence 



44 
41 

4; 
44 
44 
35 

*G 
36 
S3 
3J 

32 
24 
21 
23 



154 



Erie 

Peacock 

Ontan'o 

Hornet 

Detroit 

Jefferson 

Jones 

Madison 

Louisiana 

Ni^gaia 



IMLmnct 

i*fey»ph 

lM riconderoga 

5 J Oneida 

jjl Queen Charlotte 

I y liafrger 


n 

16 
14 

)4 
14 

14 


If 


Enterprise 


12 
12 


h 


facte 


12 



IglNonsueh Sc Surprise 



John Marshall, cf Vti ginia, Chief Justice of 

the United States, . Salary £p00w 

Pi socinte Judges — Salary g4,5C0 each. 
Ilnshrod Washington, Va. Thcmas Todd, !\y. 

William Johnson, jr S. C. Gabriel Dttval, Md. 

}». Livii gston, N. Y J vtpli Story, Mass. 

iftliorv&y General to the United States 
William Wirt, M\l, $«/«*# §35( Ct 

/Reporter oj' Decisions 
Henry Wheaton, X. Y. Salary glOO-0 

DISTRICT JUBCr.S. , 

Of Maine . New-Ramp hire. John S. She* hurne 

Massachusetts, John Davis Rhode Island, David Howell, 
"Vernvr.t, Elijah Paine Connecticut, Pierpo*t Kdwards. 
Kev-.Ytirk, N. District, Roger Skinner S. District, Wccu 
P. Van j\e9s. 

CLERK % 
To the Supreme, Circuit and District Vbnrt* 

Supreme Court, Eliaa B Caldwell — District of N. 
Hampshire] Qeyton R. Freeman, Maine John Mussey, jr. 
M>PKsohnfeU«, John W. Davis, Rhode Island, Benjamin 
CeweH, Vermont, Jesse Gove, Connecticut, C A Jngcr- 



155 

■off, New-York, south district, Gilbert L. TbunptOH 
Norlh-disttiot, It. R- Lansing. 

Hezekiah Huntington, rUatriet attorney, Connecticut* 
Robert Fairchlld, Marshal. 



Collectors of Customs in Connecticut. 

New London, Thomas [I. Cirddng- New-Haven., Aura-- 
Irarn 11 is hop, Midd!etown, Alexander Wolcoit, Fairfield* 
Walter Bradley. 

In Rhode Island. 

Newport, Christopher t'llery. Bristol, Barnabas Gates*. 
IVoyidence, Thomas C.oltp. 

Surveyors in Connecticut. 

New-London, Oliver Champlain StWngton, Elijah 
J*alm"er. \ r ew-Haven, Wu>. fVfuusoh. Jjfiddtetown, Win 

Van J)u»r«en. iiarUuid, , Saj brook, 

George W'olcott. 

Thomas IT. Cushiiri, 

Superintend? nt of L>'^ht House* in Connecticut. 



ESSEX BOROUGtf, 
Joseph Hill, e«(; VTarilen 
Bur%e 
' Timothy Starke^. Guidon SmUh, Reuben Pjst, Gar 
Uci Coaklin, John C. Haydun, losepii Patts 
ria-u !er ingham, esq Clerk 
Wm ;;..;:. iVenstire^ 
Felix Starkey, Bailift 



NORWICH M'jTUlL ASStTR IYC2 
COMP&VY. 

Ijlheuezet* FTun'tiijgt'Jti, e^q Treasurer* 
Joseph Wuiiams, esq. Secretary * 



156 

Norwich fire insurance company . 

ChaHes P. Huntington, esq. President. 
Joseph Williams, esq. Secretary. 

NE IV- Hi FEN FIRE INSURANCE. 

Simeon Baldwin, esq President 

Roger S. Skinner, Secretary 
Kenry R. Pynchon, Treasurer 



Officers cf the Hartford County ^Missionary Society .' 
Thomas Day esq. President. 

Vice- Presidents—Rev. Abel Flint dd. Calvin Chapia 
bD. fieri ry Terry esq. John Sar'geant esq. 

Rev Thomas Ruhbins, Secretary Win. W. P*llsworlh f 
esq Treasurer. Pardon Brown, esq \uditor. 

Directors — Rev Allen McLean, Kthan A. Andrews esq. 
Asher Robbins esq. Rev. Joy H, Fair child, Edward Porter 
esq 



3&<DA1D8« 



Post Road from Boston 

New-York* 
To Cambridge 

Waterlown 

Waltham 

Weston 

Sudbury 

Marlboro' 

Nor: .hboro' 

Shrewsbury 

W ore ester 

Leice^er 

Spencer 

J>^okneM 

Weston 

Palmer 



>72 U 


Springfield 


10 




Suffield 


11 


$. 


Windsor 


10 


4 


Hartford 


7 


fv 


Berlin 


11> 


I 


Merideil 


6 


k 


Wallinsford 


8 


K 


New Urtven 


9 


£ 


Milford 


9 


I 


Si ra (for J 


5 


6 


Bridgeport 


4 


C 


Fairfield 


4 


K 


Saugatuc 


6 


1 


Norwallc 


4 


H 


Dar'.c .u 


5 1-2 


h 


Stamford 


4 l-<2 


7j 


II or be neck 


7 



157 



Rye 

East-Chester 
West Farms 
Harlem Bridge 
Ncw-Voik 



Boston 



lu 



Whole distance £35 



From Boston to Hart- 
ford 
Hartford to N. York 



1% 
11$ 

— izr, 

.JWw road from J\ r ew-London 

to Providence 
To Mystic«Wi:liamV7 l-£ 
N, Stoninglon~-Mi- 

rier's 1-2 

Hopkinton City % 1-2 
West-Greenwich, 

Blake's ]5 ] 

Providence 16 1-2 

Whole distance 50 1-2 



™ " "* Total 100 

/Tom 2?esf n r Portland 

Lynn 



5>ajem 
Ipswich 

New bury port 
Hampton 
Portsmouth 
Portland 



7 
17 
VI 

32 
15 
20 

7 



1 6 



- Total 119 
*rom New-London to New* 
Jhiven. 
Lyme 
Say brook 
Killingworlh 
Ci! lllbrd 

Birttjfonl, Barker 
Neu-ILtveu 



From New- London to 


Bos 


ion 




To Montville 


7 


Norwich 


6 


Jewell's City (Gris- 




wobi) 


8 


Plainfieid 


7 


Sterling 


4 


Fcituate 


11 


Providence 


15 


-AttleborougJi 


12 


Wajp >le 


10 


Pedharu 


10 



— Total 53 

From JVeiv-Lmuhn to Hart, 

jord. 

Wnterford — G riding 5 

Won tville— Turner 3 

Sai^ni $ 

Colchester 6 

AiHllioroneh-Overion 8 

Glastenbury-Ho lister 5 

Weils 5 

Hartford 4 3-i 

— To fa 1 /2;; 4 
.Fr-om Hartford to Albert,. 
Fajrinington * 6. 

Can Lou 7 



158 



New Harlford 6 

Sandisfield If 
Lenox Coffee-'J-Iouse 2| 

New-Lebanon *¥ 

Phillipstown j 
Union Village 

Albany ** 

4- Total 94 

Fchenectady ** 

Amsterdam 

Cauknawauga 

Johnston 

'Palatine 

Mauhrim 

Little Falls 

Herkimer 

Schuyler f 

Frew Uuca to Canandatgua. 
New Hartford 
'"Westmoreland 
Vernon 
Lenox ^ 

Sullivan 
Manlius 
Last-HiU 
Wtst-ILH 
Marcellus 
Nine-mile-creck 
fkeneatelus 
Auburn 6 

Cayuga * 

Geneva 5 

Ciorhatii *~ 

C&nanddii$ua 



From Canon daigua to Buf- 
falo 

East-Bloomfield 6 

West-Bloomfieltl 5 

Lima 5 

Avon 8 

Caledonia T 

Batavta ^ 

Buffalo 36 



Prom Canan daigua 


to Nia* 


gar a Falls 




Genesse River 


27 12 


Batavia 


h 


"Buffalo Creek 


36 


Chippewa 


19 


Niagara Falls 


2 1-2 



— 112 

From Providence to Ilart* 

ford 

Piainfield 30 

Windham |4 

Hartford BO 



Middle road jrom 


Boston to? 


Hurtjord 




Dedham 


10 


Mendon 


22 


Oxbridge 


6 


Douglass 


5 


Thompson 


# 


Pomfret 


6 


*shtbrd 


11 


Mansfield 


8 


Coventry 


6 


East Hartford 


H 


Hartford 


1 



159 



From Hartford to jV. Haven, 
through Middletown, 
Middle town 

Wallingford H 

New-Haven. I"? 

Jlartfovd to Windsor Vt. 

Springfield 28 

Northampton 

Dfcerfield ** 

Putney %2 

Char'.estown 

Windsor ly 

From jVew-London to fifeto 
port- 

We.terlv li 

Tower-Hill 
Ssarraganset Ferry 

Newport 



From JVew York, to Wash- 
ington 
Princeton 
Philadelphia 
Wilmington 
Susquehanna (Havre) 
Baltimore 
Gents 
Washington 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford* 
Farmingham 
Worcester 
Sterbridge 
Stafford 
Vernon 
Hartford 



52 
91 
12H 
15'J 
19*2 
214 
23'2 



20 
IS 
13 
16 
12 
14 



"FAecA.ors'* Meeting 

Is held annually on the first Monday in April, 

Corrections — rhe Ch\ Court of the U. S. sit* at X. 
Haven the 13th of April Governor of North Carolina, 
Gabriel Holmes. Senator* of the U d. from Penn. William 



Find I ay. 



ACADEMY Bacon 
Acad. Arts, h 
Aca.'emy Cheshirte, 
'Agrieti'i Societies 
Annuity 



p igei Vltnanack 5 

13-i Allotment Judges 2? 

13H Vlpha Society IflG 

13 i] Kratf ]4 r i 

IS;) Asylum Ci 

CtllAstociationa & Con. 6 J 



160 



Attorneys see Counties 

Banks w m 

liihle Societies 69 7\ 

ttisliop's Fund Trustees 62 



78 155 

6 



Boroughs 
(JishonS 

CENSUS 
Courts 

Clerks U S Courts 
I !o) lectors &c U S 
Cities 

Charitable Society 137 

Colleges, New -Haven i fr2 

Harvard ISA 

' Williams 134 

Khode -Idand 135 

Bowdoin [35 

Dartmouth 135 

Middiebtnv tag 

Union & He mi! ton 13*> 

Com mis on Assessors 51 

jCo'tuee?. Government^ 

Exec, arid legislative ]<» 

Jmttet&f and Civil 23 

Hertford County 24 

Ke«=-Haven 2$ 

New-Londoa 2* 

Fah'fed 3! 

Windham 33 

feif*hfe|d 35 

^Middlesex 38 

Tolland 

Episcopal Coo v. Con. 6- 

lfi< Clergy unsettled 59 

Education Soeieiy 137 

Ep.&o. rro. Ch Know 6> 

fceJipsos , S 

Kifljiors 1 Meetings V51* 

Gofe.no is of State J 14 



Gen Association 60 

perCifyipg Cons Gl 

Insurance Com Marine 83 

do Fire 83 J 55 

5 Inspectors provisions 94 

t MILITIA 

43 1 Masonic 

l&Kforthai 

] 54 Medical Society 

155 Ministers and ConjBfc, 

76| Ministers & Churclres 



Do unsettled 
Do Delegates 

Do Licentiates 
Mission a.-y feoc. 
N4VY 
Notaries 

PCS T OFFICES 
Postage 

Probata Courts 
iiO\J)8 

kandtiig See's in B A 
-aviog So Hart lord 
v c ri 
j rid 



stirrfgoi-a 
V S 

U'LES-Tides 
Inlet eat, poinds 
Value of Cents 
Town Cieiks and CoMec 

Treasure is, &-c. 
Turnpike Roads &c 
Gutted Sites' Officers 

LceUlalive 



U7 
71 75 
155 
66 
149 

5a 

61 

5<J 

€3 Co* 

152 
¥Z 
%A 
' 141 
41 

la! 
i)3 

IS* 
51 

15» 

4 



Execu k 
Senators 
"Uopresentativ 
>tate, War. Navy, Trea^o:* 



18 
17 
48 
34 
|2a 
i 43 
15-4 
MS 
H^ 
U4 






m 




9R 








J74.6 
!7673a 
823 
217007 



M.a 



3ENEALOGY COLJLECTIOfcd 



,1 



ANNUAL CONNECTICUT 

REGISTER, 

AND 

2&ttftcsr stated <&xlm?fuv f 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

CONTAINING 

An Almanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civil, 
and Military Officers of the State of Connecticut-; 
Principal Town Officers ; Notaries Public ; Clergy ; 
Clerical, Medical, Masonic, Agricultural, Religious, 
Charitable, and Missionary Societies ; City, Borough, 
Bank r.nd Militia officers ; Commissioners Turnpikes, 
Bridges and Ferries ; Ufficers of Colleges and A ade- 
mies ; Attorneys ; Cruris ; Governors of the ^fa«es : 
Government of the United States, Executive, Legis- 
lative,Jud cial, and Territorial ; At-my and Navy Lists ; 
Collectors & Surveyors ; Ministers and Consuls , Post 

n Masters ; Postage, Roads ; Tables of Interest, Tides, 
Foreign Coins, &c. 

TO BE CONTINUED ANNUALLY. 



NEW-LONDON: 

COMPILED, PRINTED AMD SOLD BY 

SAMUEL GREEN 




DISTRICT OP CONNECTICUT, SS> 

!e IT REMEMBERED, That on the 
Fourteenth day of October, in the forty- 
seventh year of the Independence of the U- 
nited States of America, Samuel Green, 
of said District, hath deposited in this office 
ihe Title of a Book, the right whereof he claims as Proprie- 
tor, in the words following, to wit :— " The Connecticut 
Annual Register, and United States Calendar. Containing 
an Umanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civil and Mi- 
Jitarv Officers of the State of Connecticut, Notaries Public ; 
Principal Town Officers; Clergy; Officers of the Clerical, 
Religious, Medical, Masonic, Agricultural, Charitable, and 
Missionary Societies ; City, Borough, Bank, and Militia offi- 
cers ; Commissioners Turnpikes, Bridges, and Ferries ; Offi- 
cers of Colleges and Academies ; Courts \ Governqjfs of the 
States; Government of the United States; Executive, Le- 
gislative, Judicial, and Territorial ; Army and Navy Lists; 
Collectors and Surveyors, Ministers and Consuls ; Post-Mas- 
ters ; Postage, Roads, Tables of Interest, Tides, Foreign 
Coins, Sec. --To be continued annually. 

Tn conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United 
States, entitled, 4 * An Act for the encouragemen of learn- 
ing, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts and Books, to 
the Authors and Proprietors of them during the times there*? 
ia mentioned." 

CHARLES A. INGEKSOLL, 
Clerk of the District of Connecticut, 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 

1323. 

THERE will be six Eclipses this year, four 
of the Suu and two ol the mooo, iu the fol- 
lowing order, viz — 

I. The first will be of the Sun, January 12th, 
at 4h. 7m iu the Morn, tons invisible. 

II. The second will be of the Moon January 
26th, at Oh 24?n afternoon. Invisible. 

III. The third will be of the Sun February 
10th, at lOh 18m aiternoou. Invisible 

IV. The fourth will be of the Sun July 8th, at 
Ih 53min the Morning. Invisible. 

V. The fifth will be of the Moon July 22d, 
visible and total. 

Eclipse begins July 22d at 8 43 "| flppar- 
Beginning of total darkness 9 50 j en( time 
Middle of the Eclipse 10 39 }in the 

Ecliptic opposition 10 41 | after- 

Eud of total darkness 11 28 j noon 

End of the Eclipse July 23d Oh 35m Moru. 
Duration of total darkness Ih 38m 
Whole duntion of Eclipse 3h 52m 
Digits Eclipsed l8 T 2 y from the N. side of the 
Earth's Shadow. 

VI The sixth will be of the Sun August 6th, 
at 8h 6rn in (he Morning to us invisible by reason 
ofiheMoou's great South Latitude. 



121700^ 



A TABLE shewing the difference of High- Water at 
several filacer from Aew-London» 

THE fixth column of each monthly page fhews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
Elizabethtown-Point, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Spur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro- 
lina—to which if ycu add and fubtract as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol- 
lowing places — (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtrafted— (H) ftands for 
hours, (M) for minutes 



Names of Places, 

Amboy S 

Annapolis, Mar, $ 

Annapolis, Novf. A 

New-Bedford S 

Bofton A 

Cape-Ann A 

Cape Fear S 

Cafco Bay A 

Charlefton Bar S 

Fairfield A 

Frederica,G^rg7rf, S 

Georgetown Bar S 



h.m.J Katnes of Places, 

45 Newburyport 

2 o New-Haven 

3 oi New- Providence 

1 l2|Norwich Landing 

2 i5|Penobfcot 
2, 45|Penfacola 
I olphiladelphia 
2 

2 
2 
I 
2 



15 Pifcataway 
2o Plymouth 

o Port Royal, S. 

o Portfmouth 
20 1 Providence 



Guilford 


A 


i 3° 


Quebec 


Halifax 


A 


3 o 


Rhode-Ifland 


Hell Gate 


A 


o 30 


Salem 


Hartford 


A 


2 20 


Sandy-Hook 


Huntington 


A 


2 


Savannah 


Ipfwich 


A 


2 45 


Saybrook 


Jamestown 


A 


50 


St» Auguftine, B, 


Louiibourgh 


A 


3 


St. John's, Neivf, 


Main Ocean 


S 


45 


Tybee Bar 


Mobile-Point 


A 


6 


Williamfburg, Va. 


Nantucket 


S 


1 3o 


Wilmington, if^.C. 



H.M. 
2 45 
1 50 
I 25 

45 

o 
o 

20 
40 
45 

30 

45 



1 


Mo. JAiNUAtil 


li h l h 


31 ( 


lay?. 




1823. 


Last qr. 3d. llh. 23m. aft. 


First qr. 19d. 9h. 13m. aft 


New mo.l2d. Sh. 7m. mo. 


Ful!mo.26d. Ob. 2.Sm. *ft. 


m|w| Calendar, Sec. |(v)»'-|(v) s 


F.ee&jr. ])s. 


1 


4 


Cir. ^ south 8b. 54m. 


7 29 


4 31 


morn. 


10 & 


o 


5 


Day bteak 5b. 43m. 


7 38 


4 32 


1 29 


11 u 


3 


6 


Sup. 6 © $ 


7 23 


4 32 


2 13 


morn 


4 


7 


12 station. 


7 27 


4 33 


2 57 


23 


5 


E 


2d Sunday after Christ. 


7 2G 


4 34 


3 40 


1 24 


6 


2 


Epipb. 


7 26 


4 34 


4 24 


2 25 


7 


3 


% south 8b. 26m. 


7 25 


4 35 


5 7 


3 2* 


8 


4 


6 8 ? 


7 25 


4 35 


5 59 


4 U 


9 


5 


j) apogee ]) runs low 


7 24 


4 36 


6 48 


5 r, 


10 


G 




7 24 


4 36 


7 39 


6 U 


11 


7 


Dog star south llh. 


7 23 


4 37 


8 29 


7 U 


12 


E 


1 aft. Epi.0 eclips ^ ]) ? 


7 22 


4 38 


9 17 


Dset 


13 


2 


4 $'%'*» 9 


7 21 


4 39 


10 4 


6 li 


14 


3 


Day break 5h. 37 m. 


7 21 


4 39 


10 49 


7 1( 


1 5 


1 




7 20 


4 40 


11 32 


8 2( 


16 


3 




7 19 


4 41 


aft. 14 


9 & 


17 


6 


Q slow clock 11m. 


7 18 


4 42 


57 


10 21 


18 


7 




7 18 


4 42 


1 41 


11 3t 


<9 


b 


2nd. after Ep'pb. 


7 17 


4 43 


2 2i> 


morn. 


SO 


2 


O enters Z% 


7 16 


4 44 


3 20 


4i 


>i 


•J 


21 station. 


7 J5 


4 45 


4 16 


1 5S 


22 


1 


6 S $ 


7 14 


4 4G 


5 16 


3 C 


J3 


5 


<J runs high 


7 13 


4 47 


6 20 


4 * 


24 


6 


> perigee higk tides 


7 12 


4 48 


7 25 


5 ie 


25 


J 


v on. St. Paul £ sets 5b. 24m. 


7 11 


4 49 


3 9 1 


6 4 


£6 




Sepiuages ^ eclipsed 


7 10 


4 50 


9 ^6 


2) rise 


j i 


2 


7*s South tb. 


7 & 


4 51 


10 19 


6 24 


J 8 


3 


Day break 5b, £9nft 


7 8 


4 52 1 1 9 


7 35 


10 


I 


Days m crease 48 m. 


7 7| 


4 53J11 55 


8 46 


JO 


5 


% sets 2!». 17m. >I. 


7 6] 


4 54jmorn. 


9 5i. 




1) 




7 5* 


4 55J 41 


10 59i 



II Mo. FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 1823. 




Lhsl qr. 2d. 5h. 47m. ait. 1 First qr. ISd. 6h. 15m. mo. 


Sew mo. 10d.10b.18m.aft. | Full mo. 25tL Oh. 19m. mo. 




m|w 


Calendar, &c. I© r -I©- 


P.sea |r )*. 


1 


7 


J set5h. 42m. \1 3 4 57 


1 25 


iTiom 




2 


E 


Sexoges. Purif. BVM. 


7 2 4 58 


2 11 


7 




3 


2 


g«ow clock lim. 


7 14 59 


2 57 


1 9 




4 


3 


d ? <y $ s r - eion ^ 


6 59 5 1 


3 46 


2 12 




5 


4 


j) apogee 


6 575 3 


4 35 


3 5 




6 


5 


3 runs low 


6 56 5 4 


5 26 


3 59 




7 


6 


1£ sets lh. 27m. morn. 


6 55\5 5 


6 16 


4 44 







7 


Day break 5h. 17m. 


6 545 6 


7 6 


5 29 




9 


E 


Qu'inquages $ Statior 


6 53 5 7 


7 54 


6 9 


" 


to 


2 


Q eclipsed 

Shrove Tues. 6 }% 


6 51 5 9 


8 40 


Dset 




L1 


3 


6 50 5 10 


9 25 


6 7 




12 


4 


Ash. Wed. 


6 49,5 11 


10 8 


7 1! 




13 


5 




6 48|5 12 


10 52 


8 U 




14 


6 


Valentine 


6 46 5 14 


11 36 


9 23 




-3 


7 


» 


6 45 5 15 


a ft. 23 


10 3: 




16 


E 


1 Sunday in lent D0V 


6 44 ! 5 16 


1 13 


11 4' 




17 


2 




6 425 18 


2 7 


morr . 




18 


1.3 


]) runs high 

ent. X infe. 6 03 $ 


6 41 5 19 


3 5 


56 




19J4 


6 40 5 20 


4 6 


1 5^ 




•205 


Day break 5h. 4m. 


6 38 


5 22 


5 9 


3 C 




216 


J) perigee 


6 37 


5 23 


6 10 


3 53 




22,7 


G.Wash. horn 1733. 


6 36 


5 24 


7 9 


4 45 




23|E 


2 bun. in lent. high tide? 


6 34 


5 26 


8 4 


5 2i> 




242 


St. Matt. 


6 33 


5 27 


8 55 


]) ris* 




253 


2 set 6h. 4Sra. 


6 32 


5 28 


9 44 


6 25 




26 4 


# set Oh. 25m. mo. 


6 30.5 3010 31 


7 33 




27 j5 


slow clock 13m. 


6 29;5 31 11 17 


8 39 




28J6 


6 285 32|morn.| 9 46 




~Tt 


le Planet Venus ( g ) will be Evening Star until 


the 10th of October ; thence Morning Star until the 




end of the year. 





11! JVU>. 3A1KH bath 31 dhys. 1828. 


Las; qr. 4 . lh. 56m. at. | b'iist 


qr. 19.i. lh. 3lm. at. 


New tix .12 i. lh.47m. af, | Full rn~o. 26d. Oh. 54m. af. 


M)W| Calendar* &c. 


|C.)r.l(v}s.iK^e H |T j) s. 


M r 


" | $ sets 6ft. 53m. 


6 26 


5 34 


i 


10 56 


2J 


:3 in Lent. ©si. cl. 12m. 


6 25 


5 35 


51 


morn. 


3x 


1 7*s set lih 50m. 


6 23 


5 37 


1 3S 


1 


45 


► $ station j)low , 


6 22 


5 38 


2 2( 


58 


54 


i- J) apogee 


6 21 


5 39 


3 20 


1 55 


65 


6 j) ft 


6 19 


5 41 


4 11 


2 42 


76 


% set Oh. 12m. M. 


6 18 


5 42 


5 1 


3 29 


87 


Daybr. 4h. 40m ^ 


6 16 


44 


5 50 


4 3 


9* 


-4 in Lent, mid Lent 


6 15 


5 45 


6 37 


4 36 


10 2 


d 3 2 


6 14 


5 46 


7 23 


5 2 


U3 


©si. cl. 9m. 


6 12 


5 48 


8 7 


5 28 


12 4 


Gregorv 


6 11 


5 49 


8 52 


Dsei 


135 


5 sets 7h. 25m. 


6 10 


5 50 


9 37 


7 15 


146 




6 8 


5 52 


10 24 


8 24 


15 7 




6 7 


5 53 


11 14 


9 33 


16 1 


3 5 in Lent 


6 5 


5 55 


afteiS 


10 46 


172 




6 4 


5 56 


1 5 


11 59 


18 3 


D runs high 


6 3 


5 57 


2 6 


morn. 


194 


7*s set lib. 9m. 


6 1 


5 59 


3 8 


1 5 


20 5 


J perigt e 


6 0J6 


4 9 


1 58 


mm 


© ent ^ 


5 58 6 2 


5 7 


2 51 


22^ 


■ 


5 56 6 4 


6 2 


3 28 


23 * 


6th in lent. Palm Sunday 


5 54 


6 6 


6 53 


4 5 


24 2 


Dav br. 4h. 15m. 


5 53 


6 7 


7 42 


4 32 


25 3 


Annuo. B . V. M. 


5 51 


6 9 


8 29 


5 2 


26 4 


$ sets 7h. 58m. 


5 50 


S 10 


9 15 


j)rise 


27 5 


2/ sets UK. 


5 49 


3 11 


10 1 


7 37 


,28 6 


Goad Friday 


5 48 


5 12 


10 49 


8 45 


29 7 




5 47 6 13 


11 38 


9 49 


30 F 


Easter Day 


5 46 6 14 


norn. 


10 54 


312 


5 45[6 15/ 281 


11 49 



IV. Mo. A PHIL hath 30 days. 1823. 


Lastqr. 3 J. 1 Oh. 23 an. mo. 
New mo. lid, 2h. l'ttf. mo. 


Firstqr. 17a. 8b. 2m.a< 
Full mo.25c!.2b.l2m-m- 


M | W I Calendar, &c. ' (?) r -1<S>~- ! F.sea.lr D s. 



3. Tues. 3 runs low 
?sets8h. IShx. 
5 apogee. 

§t; Ambrose 

1st. aft. East, low Sued. 
V sets 8b. 33m, 
QsU cl.2m. 
Day brv3ii. 51m. 



7*s set 9b. 39m. 
E|2d aft; East. 

2 J D runs high 

3 | B perigee 

4 East, term begins. 



■ 



(*s set 9h. 14m. 
2|gets 9h. 54m. 
Id aft. East, O ent. y 



22 3 Day's 1 length I3h. 30m. 

23 4 J b # I 

I fast ckck2on. 
86 6 1 Venus sets 9h. 2lm. 
Z tet 9b. 38 r.. 
teUth aft. East. 

low 
J \ % % $ sup. i> $ 
■j e 



43 6 17 

5 426 18 

5 4l'6 19 

5 39:6 21 

5 336 22 

5 2Q6 24 

35 6 ft 

34 ! 6 26 

5 32 6 28 

5 316 29 

5 30|6 30 

5 23 6 32 

27|6 33 

2616 34 

24 6 36 

23 ! 6 37 



22 6 38 
5 21 6 39 

19 6 41 

18 6 42 

17 6 43 

156 4 

14 6 46 

136 47 

126 48 

116 49 
9 6 . 

86 52miorn 
7 6 63] 9 

C;6 



19 

10 

1 

50 

37 

23 

8 

52 

3' 

2-1 

14 

7 

5 

fter6 

1 9 

2 11 

3 11 

4 6 
57 
46 
32 
17 

3 
49 
3 



48 

1 28 

2 8 

2 38 

3 9 
3 33 

3 58 

4 39 

5 2G 
j) ^e 

8 39 

9 51 
11 3 
morn. 

7 

54 

1 34 

2 13 

2 48 

3 23 

3 4-4 

4 6 
4 27 

D ris 

8 46 

9 45 

10 45 
U 29 

4! 1 Olmorn 



4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
8 
9 
10 

Hii 



V. Mo. MAY hath 31 days. 182:3. 


Last qr. 3d 7h. lm. morn. | First qr. 17c\2,>. 45m. mo. 


Newmo.10d.llb.26m.nno. | Full mo.24d.4h. 20m. ait. 


M|W 


r [ Calendar* Sec. ©r. 1 ©*. F.se' .|r. l)s. 


1)5 


£t. Philip 8c James (5 5 6 551 1 49 


14 


26 


V. sets 9h. 46m. 5 36 57 


2 36 


49 


3'7 


Day br. 3b, 8m. 


5 26 58 


3 22 


1 24 


4 r< 


; 5 alt. E. rogation 


5 16 59 


4 6 


1 44 


5 2 




5 7 


4 49 


2 04 


6 3 


John Evan, 


4 59 7 1 


5 53 


2 28 


74 


Gen. Elec. at Hartford 


4 587 2 


6 18 


2 52 


35 


Ascen, Holy Thursday 


4 57,7 3 


7 6 


3 22 


96 




4 56 7 4 


7 58 


3 51 


10 7 




4 55,7 5 


8 54 


Jset. 


lit 


: Sun. af. Ascen. 


4 54 7 6 


9 55 


8 52 


12 2 


E. term ends D perigee 


4 53 7 "/ 


10 59' 


9 53 


13 3 


2 sets 10h. ^8h. 49m. 


4 52 7 6 


a fieri 


10 54 


14 4 


0fast clock 4m. 


4 517 9 


1 6 


11 38 


15 5 


Day br. 2h. 50rn. 


4 50 7 10 


2 4 


morn. 


16 € 




4 49i7 11 


2 57 


20 


17 "i 




4 48,7 12 


3 47 


52 


18 1 


: Whit Sand. 


4 47 j7 13 


4 33 


1 21 


105 


i $sets!0h.9:n 2Zset8h32ra. 


1 46|7 14 


5 18 


1 45 


20: 


► 


4 45|7 15 


6 2 


2 8 


21' 


l Qent H 


4 44i7 16 


6 48 


2 34 


22 t 




4 43 7 17 


7 34 


3 ( 


23* 


) Qfcst c'k. 3n. 


4 42,7 18 


8 22 


3 2i 


24 J 


1 Venus sets 10::. 18m. 


4 427 U 


9 12 


j)ns 


25, 


E frin. Sane ay 


4 41 7 IP 


10 3 


8 33 


26 


2 y. sets 8h. 13 m. 


4 40; 7 20|10 54 


9 2i 


27 


l 6 D® 


4 39'? 21U 44{10 11 


28 


1 bgr. fiiong. T> apogee 


4 397 21 morij 


10 42 


-.':') 


5 


4 387 22 31 


11 13 


30 


3 day br. 2h. 30 ;n. 


4 37|7 23 1 11 


11 3£ 


£ 


7 


4 37(7 23] 2 1 


morn. 



VI 


Mo. JUNE hath 30 


dr.yf. 






1823 


Last qr. lil. 8h. 35m. after. 1 First qr. 15i!. 10b. 36m. mo. 


New mni M. 7ft. I ro. after. | Full 


mo. 23d. 7b. 16m. dip. 


M|Vf| Calf it liar, <lc. 


/v)r.j@s. 


F.&ea. 


|r.Js 


1 


E 


1 alter Trin. 


4 36\7 24 


2 43 


£ 


2 


2 


£ set lOh. 17m. 


4 36 17 24 


3 26 


o 2 1 : 


3 


3 




4 35 


7 25 


4 8 


5( 


4 


4 




4 34 


7 26 


4 53 


1 is 


5 


5 


O fust clock 2m. 


4 34 


7 26 


5 42 


1 43 


6 


6 


Day break 21b. 18m. 


4 33 


7 27 


6 35 


2 14 


7 


7 


o. set 10b. 12m. 


4 33 


7 27 


7 33 


2 52 


8 


E 


2 alter Trin. 


4 33 


7 27 


8 36 


J)set 


9 


2 


j) pe»' ; o:ee ]) high 


4 32 


7 28 


9 42 


8 37 


id 


3 


6 (^1/, bigb tides 


4 32 


7 28 


10 48 


9 25 


n 


4 


St. Barnabas £ station. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 49 


10 10 


12 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


aft 46 


10 45 


13 


6 


$ set 10b. 17m. 


4 31 


7 29 


1 38 


11 19 


14 


7 


& elock even 


4 31 


7 29 


2 26 


11 43 


15 


E 


3 after Trin. 


4 31 


7 29 


3 12 


ntorr . 


r6 


2 




4 31 


7 29 


3 51 


6 


17 


3 


7*s rise 2b. 18m. m. 


4 31 


7 29 


4 42 


o m 


18 


1 


Day break 2b. 11m. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 28 


1 


19 


j 


$ set 10b. 12m. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 15 


1 31 


20 


6 




4 30 


7 30 


7 4 


2 2 


21 


7 


D runs low 


4 30 


7 30 


7 54 


2 4fi 


22 


E 


4 a ft. Trin. ent. 25 


4 30 


7 30 


8 44 


3 <?; 


23 


2 


1 apogee 


4 30 


7 30 


9 35 


Sri , 


2-1 


3 


INat. St. Jobn B. 


4 30 


7 30 


10 23 


8 4 ( 


25 


4 


o. set 10b. 7m. 


4 30 


7 30 


11 9 


9 j< 


26 


"3 


slow clock 2m. 


4 30 


7 30 


11 53 


9 3. 


27 


6 


dpica set Ob. 18m. 


4 31 


7 29 


morn. 


10 j 


28 


7 




4 31 


7 29 


36 


10 24 


29 


E 


5 aft. Trin. St. Peter 


4 31 


7 29 


1 17 


10 47 


sin 


2 


. ^ ... , 


4 31 


7 29 


1 59(11 9 



VII Mo. JULY bath 31 


days. 1&23. | 


Last in*. Id. 8h. 44m. morn. J .^ ,. 0> , 1A , , 4 f . \ 
xr l ol 4U ... f l-u mo. 22il. lOh.Um.aft.i 
New mo. 8d. lh. 53m. mo > , , » A , ri ... 
.,. , XAX ol 01 P , ( Lastqr. oOd. 6h. 3m. att.j 
hirst qp. 14 !. 8b. 34in. alt. > • 


m|w| Calendar, fcc. 


|©r.{©9|f.8eii|r.5f.] 


1 


3 


$ *ei 9h. 59ni« mom. 


4 32 


7 28 


2 41 


11 37 i 


2 


4 


Visit. BVM. 


4 32 


7 28 


3 27 


more.] 


3 


5 


$ station. 


i 32 


7 28 


4 17 


4 


4 


G 


Ind.epend. decl. 1776. 


4 33 


7 27 


5 11 


48] 


5 


7 


Qslow clock 4m. 


4 33 


7 27 


6 10 


1 212 


6 


E 


6 after Trin. 


4 33 


7 27 


7 14 


2 24? 


7 


2 


3) high 


4 34 


7 26 


8 20 


3 36 


8 




O eclips. ]) perigee 


4 34 


7 26 


9 24 


Dset. 


9 


1 


Very high lides 


4 35 


7 25 


10 25 


8 38 


10 


5 




4 36 


7 24 


11 21 


9 17 


ii 


6 


Heat increases 


4 36 


7 24 


alt. 13 


9 57 


12 


7 


Day break 2b. 24m. 


4 37 


7 23 


1 1 


10 18; 


13 


E 


7 aft. Trin. $ sei 9h. 37m. 


4 38 


7 22 


1 48 


10 40 


14 


2 




4 38 


7 22 


2 34 


11 1 


15 


3 




4 39 


7 21 


3 20 


11 22j 


16 


4 


er, elong 


4 40 


7 20 


4 7 


11 53 


17 


5 


6lL^ 


4 40 


7 20 


4 56 


m r in 


1-18 


6 




4 41 


7 19 


5 46 


30 


f 19 


7" 


7*s rise Oh. 14m. 


4 42 


7 18 


6 37 


1 14! 


20 


E 


% aTter Trin. 


4 43 


7 17 


7 27 


1 59 i 


21 


2 


d)* 


4 43 


7 17 


8 16 


3 1| 


22 


3 


^eclips. *) apogee 


4 44 


7 16 


9 3 


3)r : se| 


23 


4 


Qent. J2 


4 45 


7 15 


9 48 


7 40 


24 


5 




4 46 


7 14 


10 32 


3 41 


25 


6 


■t. James. Dog days begh 


4 47 


7 13 


11 14 


8 27 j 


26 


7 


set9h. 15m. 


4 48 


7 12 


11 55 


8 491 


27 


E 


9 aft. Trin. 


4 49 


7 11 


morn 


9 11 


28 


2 


Day break 2b. 44m. 


4 50 


7 10 


37 


9 40 


29 


3 




4 51 


7 9 


1 21 


9 58 


30 


4 




4 52 


7 8 


2 8 


10 31} 


31 


5 Days decrease 46m. 


4 53 


LI 


2 59 


Hi] 



VIII Mo. AUGUST hath 31 days. 1823. 


New mo.;; 6d. Bib- t> ru . no. 


Full mo. 21d. In- 54m. at:. 


First qr.13!. °h.S3m. mo. 


Lan qr. 29d. lh.30m. mo. 


M|w; Calendar, &c. |CO« , .|©«.|F.senfr. J) s. 


1) 


6 1 


Lammas o gr. eion. D high 


4 54 


7 61 


3 45 


morn. 


o 


7 : 


g sets 9b. 


4 55 


7 5 


4 55 


2 


3 


E 


lOaft.Trku d )S 


4 56 


7 4 


5 58 


1 5 


4 


- ? 




4 57 


7 3 


7 2 


2 8 


5 


3 


) perigee 


4 58 


7 2 


8 5 


3 15 


6 


1 


I ran?. of our L. Q eclip. 


4 59 


7 1 


9 3 


>et. 


7 


- 


high i ides 


5 


7 


9 58 


7 37 


3 


G 


slow clock 5m. 


5 1 


6 59 


10 49 


8 3 


9 


1 




5 2 


6 58 


11 38 


3 30 


10 


E 


11 af.. Trin. 


5 3 


6 57 


a ft ,26 


obi 


11 


2 


Spit <5 G S 


5 4 


6 56 


1 14 


9 24 


12 


3 




5 5 


6 55 


2 2 


9 56 


13 


■ 


o set 2k. 32m. ^ low 


5 6 


6 54 


2 52 


10 29 


14 


5 




5 8 


6 52 


3 42 


11 15 


15 


l 3 


Asfctimjit. 


5 9 


6 51 


4 33 


morn. 


16 


7 


□ O 1 ? 


5 11 


6 49 


5 24 


2 


17 


E 


12 aft. Trin. d ) f 


5 12 


6 48 


6 14 


1 1 


IS 


2 


J apogee 


5 13 


6 47 


7 2 


1 59 


19 


3 


Daybreak 3h 23m. 


5 14 


6 46 


7 48 


2 59 


20 


1 


7*s rise lOh. 11m. 


5 16 


•] 1 


3 33 


4 


si 


5 




5 17 


6 43 


9 16 


Drise 


1 £2 


6 




5 18 


6 42 


9 58 


7 1 


23 


i 


cb *nt. la 


5 19 


6 41 


10 41 


7 22 




E 


13 ^fter Trin. 


5 21 


6 39 


11 24 


7 44 


25 


2 


2 sets 8h. 2m. 


5 22 


6 38 


morn. 


3 1:2 






3 23 


(3 37 


10 


3 39 


27 4 


Days' length 13h. 48m. 


5 24 


6 36 


1 C 


9 21 




§t, Augustine 


5 26 


6 34 


1 53 


10 2 


. 


St. John K. beheaded 


5 27 


6 33 


2 50 


11 1 




J hi# 


5 28(5 32 


3 51 


: i 59 


ft. Tr4p, 






norn. 



JX. IMo. SEPTEMBER hath 30 clay*. 1823. 


New nio.4d.5h.32m.aUcr. 


Pull Liu. 204. 4i).54in. ii^o. 


First qr.124.lh.58 o.m<». 


Last qr. 27.). 8h. 3m. mo. 


M'Wj Calrnd^r, kc. \far 


<y)s. Fsea. 


r])s. 


12 


2iri.Oh.16iu. mo. 6 J) o 


5 31 


6 29 


5 55 


1 11 


2 


3 


V. sets 7h. 50m. 3)peiigce 


5 32 


6 28 


6 54 


2 27 


3 


4 


Day br.3h.46m. 


5 34 


6 26 


7 49 


3 42 


4 


5 


Dog days end. 


5 35 


6 25 


8 42 


3 set 


5 





©last cl. 2m. 


5 36 


6 24 


9 33 


6 43 


$ 


7 


\l -tation. 


5 38 


6 22 


10 22 


7 7 


7 


E 


15 after Trin. 6 J ? 


5 39 


6 21 


11 11 


7 30 


8 


2 


Nat.B.V.M. 


5 40 


6 20 


12 


8 3 


9 


3 




5 42 


6 13 


nft.50 


8 35 


10 


4 


Com. Yale Col. 


5 43 


6 1? 


1 42 


9 18 


11 


5 


D runs low. 


5 44 


6 16 


2 33 


10 1 


12 


6 


7*s rise 8b. 40m. 


5 46 


6 14 


3 25 


10 55 


13 


7 


9 set 7h. 2fri.llh.42m. 


5 4? 


6 13 


4 16 


11 50 


14 


E 


16 af. T. Holy Cross. 


5 49 


6 11 


5 4 


morn. 


15 


2 


D apogee 


5 50 


6 10 


5 51 


51 


16 


3 


$ station. 


5 51 


6 9 


6 37 


1 58 


17 


4 




5 53 


6 7 


7 20 


3 1 


18 


5 


(7) fast c*. 6m. 


5 54 


6 6 


8 3 


4 2 


19 


6 


11 rise llh.23m.m. 


5 55 


6 5 


8 47 


5 3 


20 


? 




5 57 


6 3 


9 31 


J) rise 


21 


E 


17 aft. Trin. St. Matt. 


5 58 


6 2 


10 17 


6 24 


22 


2 




5 59 


6 1 


11 6 


6 54 


23 


3 


Oent. z*z 


6 


6 


11 58 


7 31 


24 


4 


ihigh. 


6 1 


5 59 


morn 


8 8 


2.3 


5 


$gr. elon. 2Zri.llh.5m. 


6 2 


5 58 


55 


9 4 


26 


6 


r o> fast clock 8m. 


6 4 


5 56 


1 54 


10 


27 


7 


<* ill 


6 5 


5 55 


2 5£ 


11 12 


28 


E 


18 aft. Trin. 


6 7 


5 53 


3 54 


moi'n. 


29 


2 


St. Michael 3 perigee 


6 8 


5 52 


4 54 


24 


30 


3 


ft Jerome. 


6 9 


5 51 


5 49 


1 38 



j X Mo. OCTOBER baih 31 days. 1823J 


New mo. 4d. .3h. 54m. mo. 


Full hiu. 19.J. 5h. 24m. aft. 


First qr. lid. 9b. 20m. -Ml 


« astqr. 26d 2h 57m. aft. 


mT.w] Ca!*,„l,ir,&c. 


. J) s. 


1) 


4 U. rise lOh. 46m. 


6 11 


5 48 


1 6 41 


2 50 


2 


5 : j fast, clock 10m. 


6 13 


5 47 


7 31 


4 2 


3< 




6 15 


5 45 


8 20 


5 14 


4' 


1 UQh 


6 16 


5 44 


9 


j) set. 


5 1 


5 19 a 1 1 e i- Trin. 


6 17 


5 43 


9 58 


6 7 


6^ 


> 


6 19 


5 41 


10 48 


6 42 


7; 


J T*s rise 7h 18m. 


6 20 


5 40 


11 40 


7 18 


8^ 


t $ station. 


6 21 


5 39 


if .32 


8 5 


91 


> 1) runs low 


6 23 


5 37 


1 25 


"8 52 


10 € 


*nfe. 6Q2 


6 24 


5 36 


2 16 


9 51 


m 


Low tides 


6 26 


5 34 


3 6 


10 51 


12 1 


] °?0 aft. Trin. J) apogee 


6 27 


5 33 


3 53 


11 52 


13: 


11 rise lOh. 5m. 


6 28 


5 32 


4 39 


thorn; 


14 3 


Oays* lengtb llh. 


6 30 


5 30 


5 53 


54 


154 




6 31 


5 29 


6 6 


1 57 


16 5 




6 32 


5 28 


6 48 


3 1 


17 6 


Day break 4b. 4 7m, 


6 34 


5 26 


7 32 


4 3 


18 7 


S-. Luke 


6 35 


5 25 


8 18 


5 6 


19 V 


: a afr. Trin. 


6 36 


5 24 


9 7 


^)rise 


20 2 


Igfe. 6D5 


6 38 


5 22 


9 58 


5 35 


213 




6 39 


5 21 


10 58 


6 19 


22 4 


]) runs hie;li 


6 40 


5 20 


11 55 


7 3 


23 5 


ft) enr. ti£ 


6 42 


5 18 


morn 


8 4 


24 6 


rfD}/ 


6 43 


5 17 


56 


9 5 


25 7 


9 rise 4b. 57m. mo. 


6 44 


5 16 


1 57 


10 20 


26 E 


iM$ft. T«in. 


6 45 


5 15 


2 55 


11 35 


27 2 


^t. Simon 5c Jude If, set 


6 46 


5 14 


3 51 


morn. 


28 3 


$ station. 


6 47 


5 13 


4 42 


47 


29 4 


D perigee 


6 49 


5 11 


5 32 


1 58 


30 5 




6 51 


5 9 


6 19 


3 7; 


316 


f{D3 


6 52 


5 8 7 7 


4 161 



XI 


, Mo. NOVEMBER Imih 


O.i 


vs. 




1843, 


iew mo.2d. 4»i. 53 m. at | f'u 


. uio. 18d.5ii. 34 . .mo. 


' *t qr. 10 1. 6 . 5 >. tr. ( La 


*i qr. 24(1. 10b. 45 r..ait. 


,i|Wj < .. i-n-i »r, bu. } 


.| .V..U-. -I J*. 


1 


7 


O sia. 2/ • l ^ 8ii. 55uj. 


6 53 


5 7 


7 54 


5 26 


2 


E 


23d aft. trin. 


54 


5 6 


8 43 


Dset. 


3 


2 


3 fast elk. 16m. 


6 55 


5 5 


9 34 


5 17 


4 


3 


$ gr. elon. 


6 56 


5 4 


10 26 


6 1 


5 


4 


3) runs low 


6 57 


5 3 


11 18 


6 45 


6 


5 


2 rise 4h. 2m. M. 


6 58 


5 2 


afi.iO 


7 42 


7 





6 DM 


6 59 


5 1 


1 1 


8 39 


8 


7 




7 


5 


1 49 


9 39 


9 


E 


24 aft. Trin. J) apogee 


7 1 


4 59 


2 35 


10 40 


10 


2 




7 3 


4 57 


3 18 


11 43 


11 


3 


St. Martins 


7 4 


4 56 


4 1 


rnoro. 


12 


4 




7 5 


4 55 


4 42 


46 


13 


5 


2 rise 3h.47m. M. ^Q ^ 


7 6 


4 54 


5 25 


1 43 


14 


6 


day br. 5 V ). 27m. 


7 7 


4 53 


6 8 


2 50 


15 


7 




7 9 


4 51 


6 45 


3 51 


16 


E 


25 ail. Trin. 


7 10 


4 50 


7 45 


4 52 


:7 


2 




7 11 


4 49 


8 40 


5 52 


18 


3 


Great earthquake 1755 


7 12 


4 48 


9 40 


JtfS" 


19 


4 


9 rise 3h. 37.n. M. 


7 13 


4 47 


10 42 


5 58 


20 


5 


*high 


7 14 


4 46 


11 46 


6 58 


21 


6 


D perigee 6 D U 


7 15 


4 45 


morn 


8 13 


22 


7 


Qent. / 


7 16 


4 41 


46 


9 27 


23 


E 


2g aft. Trin, 


7 17 


4 43 


1 44 


10 35 


24 


2 




7 18 


4 42 


2 37 


11 43 


25 


3 


21 rise 7h. 12 n. 


7 19 


4 41 


3 26 


mom. 


:6 


4 


$rise 3ft. 31m. 


7 19 


4 41 


4 14 


51 


?7 


5 


;^fast elk. 12m. 


7 20 


4 40 


5 


2 1 


.'8 


6 




7 21 


4 39 


5 46 


3 12 


29 


7 




7 22J4 38 


6 34 


4 19 


30 


E 


\dvent. 


7 22| 


4 38 


7 22 


5 26 



i KIT. Mo. DECEMBER hath 31 days. 



1823. 



\ T ew mo.2;1.8n. 49m. morn. Full mo. 17d.5h.3m.after. 
st qr.l0d.2>>.9 n. after. Lastqr.21cl.8h.31nn.mo! t . 



yt\w) 



Calendar^ &c. 



|©-.|g)-.lK.sea|r. P.. 



1,2 


0iast clock 10m. 7 23 4 37 


8 13 


6 32 


2 3 


V. vise 3h. 27m. mo. 7 24 4 36 


9 


Dsei 


3 4 


6 D i% 3/ iow, 


1 24 


4 36 


9 56 


5 21 


45 


Day br. 5b. 40 an. 


7 25 


1 35 


10 47 


6 26 


56 




7 25 


4 35 


11 36 


7 24 


67 


St. Nicholas. 


7 26 


4 34 


aft.22 


8 24 


7E 


2d in Advent. D apogee 


7 26 


4 34 


1 6 


9 25 


8 2 


Cor.cep. B. V. M. 


7 27 


4 33 


1 48 


10 25 


9'3 




7 27 


4 33 


2 29 


11 27 


10 4 




7 28 


4 32 


3 10 


morn. 


ii5 




7 28 


4 32 


3 51 


27 


12 6 


7*3 south lOh. 12m. 


7 29 


4 31 


4 35 


1 37 


13? 


V. rise3h.30m. mo. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 22 


2 48 


14 £ 


3d in Adv. Washing- 


7 29 


4 31 


6 13 


3 52 


152 


ton died 1799. 


7 29 


4 31 


*7 10 


4 56 


163 




7 29 


4 31 


8 11 


5 51 


174 


(?) fast clock 2m. 


7 29 


4 31 


9 15 


3) rise 


j8 5 


6 D % D perigee 


7 30 


4 30 


10 19 


5 34 


19 6 


very high tides 


7 30 


4 30 


11 20 


6 52 


20 7 




7 30 


4 30 


morn 


8 9 


21 1 


2 4th in Adv. St. Thomas 


7 30 


4 30 


17 


9 22 


22 2 


ent. V3 


7 30 


4 30 


1 10 


10 3G 


23 3 


7 30 


4 30 


1 59 


11 43 


24 4 


■■ fray br. 5h.45m. 
Christmas. 9 ri. 3h.35m. 


7 30 


4"30 


2 46 


morn. 


25 5 


7 29 


4 31 


3 32 


51 


26 € 


S . Stephen. 
>t. John. 


7 29 


4 31 


4 19 


1 57 


27 1 


7 29 


4 31 


5 1 


3 4 


28 j 


2 1 aft. Christ. Innocents. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 56 


4 7 


29^ 


> 


7 29 


4 31 


6 4? 


5 10 


30. 


5 


7 2£ 


4 32 


7 31 


► 6 5 


31 < 


1 


7 2S 


4 32 


J 8 2£ 


> 6 59 



GOVERNMENT OF 

Esecutive and Legislative Departments. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WoLCOTT,Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 

Salary $1,100 

JTABE3& W. HUNTINGTON, Esq. Executive Secretary 

HIS HONOR 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

Salary $850. 

SENATORS. 



Hon. Frederk Wolcoti, 
Eli as Perkins, 
John S Peteis, 
David Bill, 
Orange Merwin, 
David Plant, 



Hon. Dixon Hall, 
V'.lisha Phelps, 
Lemuel Whitman, 
William Moseley. 
William Randall, 
Austin Olcott, 



William W. Boardman, Esq. Clerk of the Senate* 
Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 
Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 
James Thomas, Esq. Comptroller of Public Ac- 
counts. 
JHon, James Hillhouse, Commissioner of the 
School Fund, 
2 



18 

ROLL OF THE 

HOUSE 0-F-REPRKSENTATIVES, 

May— 1822. 



SETH P. REEfiS, Esq. Speaker. 
Nathan fohnson and Andrew T. Judson, Esqss. Clerkft 

Hartford, Jeremy Hoadley, Nathan Johnsonj 

MtrUn, Elijah Francis, Luther Beckley 

.Bristol Titus Merriman 

.Burlington, William Marks 

Canton , James Humphrey 

.East- Hartford, Shubael GriswoJd, Zebu'on BidweH 

Sunt Windsor , ^puphras L Phelps, \bner Heed 

Enfield. Eiam O Potter, Jabez Collins 

Farmiagton,T\mo\hy Pitkin, George OovvJes 

Glastenbury, A'exander Hi lister, Ezra Dayvon 

Granby % Dame* Hayes Appleton liobbins 

Jfartland, Israel Williams. Thomas Sugden, 

Mariborough, Vlosely Talcott 

SimsSttTtf, John O. Peltibon-e, Hezekiah Ca9e 

Southvngton, (Theater Grantrts, Timothy Hart 

SujfieUl, Luther Loomis, \ndrew Donison 

IV ethers field, Levi Ln^k Leo.ta'';i Wells 

Windsor, Henry Nh.wburv O ver Tor-all 

New-Haven Ralph t. ingers > I, William Mis 

Jiranfords Bbenezer Li isley^ iac >l> Frisbie f 

Cheshire Rufus Hitchcock, ^asftuel A. Foot 

Derby, .}o)m Hn nnh ey 

J£a*t tl-ven, Piiileni-m Holt 

Guilford, Nathan U .tn . William Todd 

Hunufcn Hezekiah J Warner. 

JHeriden, Patrick Clark 

JW ford, Sunu I S5. Gu.in, Samuel Du-and, jaa. 

J\ or th Haven, Daniel Pierpoat 

Oxford Levi Jaqdee 

Sbuthburu, \m>$ Jdhntpn 

Wallingfordj tfenajah Morse, Amo* DuttQ-a 



19 

Walerbury, Elias Clarke, Andrew Xrfams 

Woodbndge, Noyes Darling, Adonijah French 

Wolcott, ileman :1a' I 

New-London, Christopher Manwaring, J. P. Trott 

/K'oxff.ch Charles Rockwell, Klisha Tracy 

JBozrah, William Whiting 

Colchester. Samuel A Peters, Cephas Cone 

Franklin, Henry Hazen 

Groton. N 6. Lester, James Gallup 

GnsxvohL Elijah Lester 

Lisbon, Tyler Brown 

Lyme, John S Rogers, Joel Loorais 

Montville, '.sahel Otis 

North Stoning ion, Nathaniel Pendleton. William D. Gallup 

Preston, \inos Vvery 2d, Jonathan Brewster 

Salem, Joseph Morgan 

Stonington KJisha Faxon, Amos Gallup 

Water] or d. Charles Avery 

Fairfield, Abraham D. Baldwin, Jonathan Buckley 

JJanbury, Elijah Gregory. Heuhen Booth 

Bridgeport* BnOoh Fool e 

Bruokjield, William Meeker 

Uarien, Henry B ites 

Greenwich, Stephen Warring, Jared Smith 

Huntington Samuel Beardsiey I) B N"ewtoa 

JS'ewtoxon Timothy Shepherd, Philo Bolsford 

JVorwalk, Benjamin Isaacs Noah Wilcox 

JVeio- Canaan, Saraue 1 Raymond 

J\ ew Fairfield, David Lane 

Redding, Billy Comstock, John R. Hill 

Jtld^e field, Varon Lee, L f >t Forrester 

Sherman JedeUuli Graves 

Stamford, Joseph Wood, Daniel Lockwood 

Stratford, Robert Fairchil.j 

'Jrnmhul'', E.jah Vtiddleb o >k 

Weston, David ^herwood, Eliphafet Cooley 

Wilton. Krastu.; Srn-ges 

Brooklyn, Bela P. -spaiilding 

Mhford, Qavid Keyes, Stephen Knowlton 

Canterbury, \ndtew T Judson, Asa Butts 

Columbia, Gershom Dorrauce 



20 

Jfampton, Roger Tain tor 

KiUirigiy, David Chase, Simon Hatching 

.Lebanon, Wm. T. Williams, O. Kingsley 

JMansflekL Luther Kingsley, David Conant 

Plainfield, Joseph Eaton, Sessions Lester 

Pom/ret, J. Scarborough, G D Sharp 

Sterling, John Thurston 

Thompson, John Nichols, jr. Jesse Ormsbee 

Voluntoivn* S'erry Rhine 

Windham, Zephaniah Swift, Edmund Badger 

Woodstock, T. Chandler, J, M'Oetlan 

Litchfield, Seth P Beers, John Welch 

JRarkhamsied, Salmon Howd, Samuel Monsoa 

Bethlem, Sheldon C Leavitt 

Canaan, Benajah Douglas, Asa S Brewster 

Colebrook, Timothy Babcock, Arah Phelps 

Cornwall^ Oliver Buckingham, Samuel Hopkins 

Goshen, Erastus Lyman, Henry Hart 

Jfarivinton, Eli Caudee, John S. Preston 

Kenty Nathaniel P. Perry 

New- Hartford, Roger Mills, Asa Goodwin 

J\ev/*J\lzlford, Perry Smith, Samuel Canfield 

Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Benjamin Welsh 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler 

Jioxbury, Stephen Sanford 

Salisbury, Martin Strong, Thomas N. Smith 

Sharon. Samuel R Gnger, Lemuel Roberts 

'forrington* Samuel Woodward, Matthew Grant 

Warren* Sherman Hartwell 

Washington, Mitchell Clarke 

Water town, Holbtook Cuuiss 

Winchester, Matthew Adams, Jonathan Cqe, jun. 

IVoodbury, Samuel Bacon, Wm Blakely 

Middlei own, Samuel W. Dana, J osiah Savage 

Chatham, Nathaniel Markham, Guy Cooper 

Dwham, Samuel Tibbals, Richard Robinson 

Kast-Haddam, Richard Lord. Wm. Palmer 

JIaddurn, Simon Shaler, George W. Smith 

KiVingworth, Jared Elliot, David Kelsey 

Savoreok, George Pratt, Ebenezer Hayden 



21 

Tolland, Hezekiah Nye, Ezra Chapman 

Bolton , Jabez L. White 

Coventry, Elijah Wrtght» Solomoa Bidwcll 

Ellington, Asa Willey 

Hebron, David Norton, Abel Bissel 

Somers, Amariah Kibbe jr. Solomon Fuller 

Stafford, Rodolphus Woodworth, Wra Rice 

Union, David Lawson, Ingoldsby W. Crawford 

Vernon, Francis M'Leau. 

Willington, Hiram Itider, Spaftbrd Brigham. 



Judicial and Civil Departments. 

Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmkr, CKief Judge. 

Hon. John T. Peters I Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard 

Asa Chapman | VViliam Bristol 

Thomas Day, esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 

Allotment of Judges from June 1822, to June 

1823. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Ch. Justice Hosmer, Fairfield County. 
Judge Peters, New-Haven and Middlesex Counties.- 
Judge Chapman-, Hartford and Tolland Counties. 
Judge Brainard, Litchfield County. 
Judge Bristol, Windham arid New-London Counties. 

WINTER SESSIONS. 

Ch. Justice Hosmer, New-Haven and Middlesex Counties 
s Judge Peteis, Litchfield County. 
Judge Chapman, Fairfield County. 
Judge Brainard, Windham and New-London Couciti.es* 
Judge Bristol, Hartford and Tollaad Counties), 



22 
COUNTY OF HARTFORD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon Lemuel Whitman, Chief Judge, 
Associate Judges, Thomas Day, John M- Niles, Esquires. 
Thomas Chester, esq Clerk and Treasurer, and 
Cleik of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford— John T. Peters. William Moseley, Elisha 
Colt John Caldwell, John Uuss, Thomat Day, Joseph 
Trumbull Hezekah Huntingtcrn, Uayc Spencer, Luther 
Savage, Na*han»e* Seymour Henry Seymour, Na«han 
Johnson, Talcott Wolcolt, John M. Niles, Charles Sigour- 
ne>, Laac Tousey, Joseph G Norton, Cyprian Nichola, 
Gain Lyman esqrs . 

Berlin —Daniel Dunbar, Jabez Langdon, *rd«ew Pratf, 
Luther heel? ley Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin 
Allen, John Dunham *d rsqrs 

Bristol — K* o> Ives, Joel Trusdate, Leicester Cartmg. 
ton, Jtireel W Pardee, esqrs. 

Shn <?wgton. — »»meon Hart, Elias Wooden, \\ ra 5 
fed a i ks esqrs. 

Canton. — James Humphreys, Benjamin Wood Jr Elisha 
Cm* eq s 

Eaut Hartford.- Lemuel White, Levi Gorriwin, Sa- 
muel Pitkin, George Cheeney, Joseph Pitkin, Oz»as Wil- 
liams, Joseph 1 reat, Ephraim Wyllys. Wm. C«»oSey> f eeqrsf 

East Windsor — 1 im «thy Eliswonh Jonathan Ba tk-tt, 
Eli B. Haskell, Godfrey Scarborough , Jonath; n Pasco, 
Asher Alien, Daniel Hayien, Horace Barber, Erastus 
Strong, Elliot Grant, esqrs. 

Enfield *~ Henry Terry., Elam G Potter, Lorrain T. 
Pease, Jahcz Collins, David Gate,, esqrs 

Farmington.— John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, Horace 
Cowles, Lemuel Whitman, Noadiah U'oodiuff, Amasa 
W oodford, esqrs. 

Gkisionbury*— Zephaniah H, Smith, Pardon Brown j 



23 



George Merrick, Solomon Cole, J on :i til an Wells, esqro. 

Granby — - Joab Gnffi n Jr Joel Holcomb, Jas. Dibble, 
Daniel Benjamin, Horace Ciai k, James Forward, Daniel 
B Hnteomb, c c qrs 

Hart land.— Philander Humphrey , Nathaniel Bosworthj 
Jared N. well, Ezra Donlittlf , EK Wilder, Wyllys \\ right, 
eVqtiirei. 

Marlborough— Joel F<>ot»», Israel Foote, hlisha Huell, 
Samuel F. .louts, esqts 

Simsbury —V.a\\\\> Harbor, William Mather, Flisha 
Phe ps, Asaph Tul'e , Jam.es Goodwin, Joseph Pinney, 
John O. Peitibone, esqrs 

Sonthington.- Roger W'h&tlevey, John E. Benjamin, 
Theodore Ryinfiton, Timothi hmes, etq' s. 

SuJfieUt ~\\ il!iam t>ay, (> ! ivt i Pea e Martin Sheldon, 
Andrew Denisnn, Chai'es .Sheua d e q s 

Wethers field - Ksefeiel P Ueldm, Mai tin KeloggJr* 
Robert Francis, Elijah Reach, fexse b'«i!i"i;h fames L. 
Be Id en Hart Lewis, Avery B«lkle> An. us A.V\ ebster, esqrs. 
Wmdw - Edward Se'den, Linker F.icli, Richard 
Niles, Joseph H Russell, Jamej L-mms, Oliver Th>all« 
Eiisha N Sill, esq s 

Pi .cfising A tort ays. 
Isnsc Tousey, Esq. iSu.te A* rwney 
Hartford- -William Mow ley, r ><>■ h Pe km?, Nathaniel 
Terry, Htzekiah Huntington, Jonathan v ^ Edwards^ 
Thomas S VVjIliams, VVa'tet Mitchei I homas Hunting- 
ton jr i«aac Perkins. J< s» ph 1 rnmbu!!. Stth Terry Na- 
than lohnson, Jubn M. Niles, \\ i'liani W Ellsworth, 
Henry L Ellsworth, Alfred ->miih, Isaac Tdusey, Oliver 
E Wiiiiamjj, amuel H . HuivtUrj>t'«n 1 ht.-mas C* Peikins, 
Francis Pa. sous Ichjbnd ftoikicj , --..squires. 

Berlin-— Daniel Dunbar, Ethan A Andrews, Ira Smith, 
esquires 

East-Hartford.— \l*\y\\ R Phelps, esq. 
East- Windsor*— Godfrey Scarborough, John Watson 3d 
esquires. 

Enjklcl — Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorraih T 
Pease, esquires, 



Favmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Ja- 
ped Griswold, esquires. 

Glastenbury. — Zephaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 
esquires 

Granby. —Grove Griswold,Si!as Higleyjames H. Smith, 
Hiram 11. Pettibone, esquires. 

Simsbury —S\ r m. Williston, SUsha Phelps, esquires. 

Southington. — Uoger Whittlesey, Samuel H. Woodruff, 
Komeo Lowrey, esquires. 

SuffieUL — Wm. Gay, Seth Parsons, Charles Shepard, 
Wm C Gay, esquires. 

Wethers field— Asher Robbins, Elijah Keach, esquires. 

Windsor. — John Sargeant, Joseph H. Mussel, Apollos D, 
Bates, Horace H Sill, esquires. 

Noah A. Phelps, esq Hartford Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriff's —Horace Wadsworth, Hartford. Mar- 
tin Rockwell, East-Windsor. Henry Kingsbury, Enfield. 
Pomeroy Strong, Farmington. Jonathan Wells, Glasten- 
bury. David Latham, Granby. Jeffery O. Phelps, Sims- 
bury. Roswell King, Jona. Pomeroy, Sufiield, Henry 
,>i'L Windsor 

kudeck Hinsdale, Hartford, Gaoler 

COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Isaac Mills, Esq Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, John Humphreys, jr. Noyes Darling, esqrs. * 

Henry Daggett, esq.. Treasurer. 

Henry C Flagg, esq. Clerk. 

Cornelius Tuthili, Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 
JVexuJlaven — William Bristol, Isaac Mills, Nathan Smith, 
Elisha Munson, Eli Whitney, Charles Denison, JSneas 
Itluuson. jr. Isaac Gilbert. Charles Bo3twick, John Hunt, 
2d. Chauncey Bunce, Obadiah Hotchkiss, Benjamin Gran- 
ins, William Mix, Andrew Kidston., Lent Bishop, Ralph 



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h Ingersoll, James Barnes, Henry C. Flagg, David 
Kimberly, esquires. 

Br uu ford— James Barker, Benjamin Puge, Orin D. 
Squire, Augustus Baldwin, Jacob brisbie, >\ John Potter, 
Abraham lingers, jr. Henry Taintor, Willoughby L. Lay, 
William lingers, esquires. 

Cheshire — Samuel Peck, Rufus Hitchcock, Andrew 
Hull, William Law, Burrage Beach, Reuben W. Royoe, 
esquires. 

Derby — Philo Bassett, John Humphreys, jr. Sheldon 
Curtiss, Russel Hitchcock, esquiies 

East Haven— Enos Hemingway, De Grasse Maltby, 
John Hemingway, esquires. 

Guilford — Nathan Chidsey, Frederick Lee, David S, 
Fowler, Reuben Elliot, John F Meigs, Timothy Stone, 
William Spencer, George Griswold, William T«dd, Hen- 
ry Lliioi, George Landor., esquires. 

Ilamden — Amasa Bradley, Russe! Pierpont, Hezekiau 
J, Warner, Jared Bassett, Joseph Gilbert, enquire?. 

Jl'/encfea— Benajah Andrews, William Yafe, Titus Ives, 
Partrick Clarke, Asahel Merriam, esquire . 

Middlebury -Nathaniel Richardson, Asahel Bi orison, 
James D. Wooster, esquires. 

Milford— William Uurand, William Strong, Jonathan 
Clark, Abijah Carrington, David Treat, esquires. 
■"North- Haven— Josh.ua Barnes, Justus Bishop, Daniel 
Pierpont, Jacob Bassett, esquires. 

Orange— Ichabod A Woodruff, Nathan Piatt, Benja- 
min L. Lambert, Fowl :r F. Merwin. 

Oxford— Abel Wheeler, Charles Bunnel, Levi Candee, 
Samuel Meigs, esquires. 

Southburij—Rmtnvi Canfield, William Hinman, Moses 
Wheeler, John Moseley, John Pearce, jr. Gideon Judson, 
Ebenezer Johnson, esquires. 

Wal&ngford-~\%roQ Hall, Samuel Cook, Amos Button, 
Caleb Cook, Hunn Monson, Malachi Cook, Ira Yale, 
John Barker, esquines. 

Water bury -John Kingsbury, Daniel Steele, Ashley 
Scott, Woodward ilotchkiss, James Scovill, Elias Forde, 
Truman Porter, Chauncey Lewis, Benjamin Bronsun, es- 
quires. 

IVoodbridge— Justus Thomas, Ezra Kimberly, George 



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F Peck, Archibald A Perkins, Adcnijah French, John 
Darling, Noyes 3t)ar!|ng, John Dibhle. esquires. 

fVolcott — Ambrose Ives, Archibald Miner, esquires. 

Pracfi-ing Attorneys. 

Nathan Sm:th, esq. Hate Attorney 

'New- Haven. - H'ifiiaiii HEIth^use, David Da get t, Sime- 
on Baldwin Nathan -mith.. Selh P Staple^ Henry W. 
Edwards, Charles Denison, Leonard F> Wales, Halph I. 
Ingersoli, John Beach, Hbgier S Bah' win, Samuel J Hiich- 
eock, Dennis Kunberh, Henry C Flagg, Niger S Skinner* 
Charles \ IngefsoU, Joel Jones, William ^^ Bo^-rdman, 
Kaoh Lock wood, Hector Humphreys, James S Hoggins, 
esqui-es 

Cheshire — ftorrage Beach, esq. 

Derby — John L. Tomlmson, esq. 

Guilford*— William Todd- esq 

Jtyl(:ride>n— Benajah Andrew?, esq. 

JWtf'ofd — Kbenezer \v<\* ' ws, David B. IngersoJl. esqrs. 

South'iury. — Irdw-id Human, esq 

fViiierbury—Vyrm Clark, Bennet Bron c on, esquires 
Charle« H Pond, e>q Miifoid, She< -If. 

fiepu*y Sheriffs — Rras'usO b«rn Hoiace Beach, New- 
Haven. Silas Hitchcock^ < he hire Andrew John in, 
Dt'oy. Samuel \ ale, Metiden. Horace Candee, Oxford. 
A^m Johns'"-!!, S«.-uilhury. Nathan NelUetou, WoodbFidge. 
Marcus Bofpfond, Waterbury. 

David Butler, New-Haven, Ooaler. 

COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COUMT. 

Hon. Eli as PerKi>s, Chief Judge. 

A8so. Judges, Hon. V\ iUiam KanilaH, benjamin Coit, esq. 

jQBeph Williams, erq Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, esq. Cleik, and Cierk of the Superior 

Court. 



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Justices vf the Peace, 

Ne•(V'IJon(hn.-~^v\tm'^'A\ G Biainard, F.Iras Perkins* 
Jacob li Gurley, Ebenezer ^earned; Isaac Thompson, 
Cti> 'stopher ManwarinR Christ 01. her (2i i fling Oliver 
Champlain Lodow ick F<sdick, Asa Dution, Daniel l)e- 
slion, Jr esqnfre^. 

.Xorxuich — .fumes Lanman, Ben jam in Coif, Erastus 
Huntington Simeon Thomas, Jofsepti V* i I it>rr»s. James 
Sfedman, Benjamin Snow. Charles P Mnntingt •>, Gnorga 
Perkins, Fat well Colt, John Hyde, Johu banning R leaser 
Rogers, Charles Perkins, George Hill, RosweP Mo gan, 
Benjamin Tracy. John H Tnwnsend, CbsrVea Rockwell, 
Eber Backus, Isaac Sto:y, e quires 

Buzrah.- Joshua Sta.k Ga d er Avery, William Whi* 
tmr, Ezra LatKrop, esquhes. 

Colchester. John K Watrnu*, Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A. Peters, Daniel Carrier ,Z"chai iab Olmsted, lonn 
Bigelow, ria'ph I shun ./ffrtemas 'Voi -thington, /very 
Morgan. esquires 

Franklin— E\\ Hartshorn, Ira »0he\ Darius Fiink, 
Joshua Tracy, Lewis Hyde.- Comfort I.) FMimoie, t sq- s 

Grisroold - William Cliff. Welcome S ll-own n-, A. 
lexaudet Stewa* t, ji Jedediah Barstrw, Epl raim Der- 
rick 2d, E'ias Brewster Ehsha Partridge, Th mas Stew- 
ait Lot Kinney, Samuel C. Morgan, esquires.. 

Groton. - Noyes Barber. Ebc-ntzei Avery, jr. HnlpK 
Hu. Ibut, John O Miner, ^mos A N»'es, Kr.swje.lj Fish, 
Calth Avery. John Bi e* st< r, John Spice, V<1- VVifltara 
V ilu'ams, Rodman Niles, Pn'mer Hewn, Etkha A)t«, Ku> 
lu.i Smith, Philip Cray, Nathan Daboll,Eli*ha Avery, esqrs* 

Lisbon — William A(j«ms Freeman fiacy, Daniel Bra* 
man, Joseph L. Lyon, Joseph J e welt, Nathn Brooks,esqs. 

Lyme. — Moses Warren, Ei enezer Broekwtiy, Richaid 
E. Selden, Charles Smith, Samuel B. Mather, Joel Loo. 
raiVPtfter Comstock, Jos<-ph Chadwiek, Henry M. Wait, 
Dun>e' Andes son, Ezra Pratt, Thomas Strickland, Joshua 
R. Warren, esquires. 

Montville. — Asahel Otis, Nathaniel Bradford, Jonathan 
Comsiock, Stephen G. Thatcher, -Ephraim Fellows, Haz* 
aid Browning* esquiresi 

JSorth-Stonington. —Stephen Avery, Ellas Hewitt, N T a- 



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ttian Pendleton, Sands Cole, Chester Smith, Benjamirt 
Pomeroy, William Randal!, jr. John Langworthy, jr. 
Thomas Wheeler, Perez Hewitt, David Coats, Ichabod 
Brown, Israel P .Park, esqrs. 

Preston.— Stephen lYleach, Denison Palmer, Jonathan 
Brewster, James Cook, Robert S Avery, William Kim- 
ball, esqrs. 

Salem. —Joseph Morgan, Ebenez,er A. Packer, Vine 
Stoddard, ShubAel Park, esqrs. 

Stonington.- -Enoch Burrows, William Randall, Cod- 
dington Billings, Isaac Williams, -2d Park Williams, Wil- 
liam Robinson, George Hubbard, Amos Gallup, Elias 
Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R HaUam, V*a Fish, 
Alexander G. Smith, Elisha Faxon, Samuel F Denison, 
Joseph Noyes, esqrs. 

Water/or J.— Charles Avery, Benajah Gardner, Griswold 
Avery, Joshua B. Chapel, Edward R. Warren, Thomas S, 
Perkins, esqrs. 

Practising Attorneys, 

Jacob B. Gurley, esq State Attorney. 

New- London. — Lyman Law, Jacob B. Gurley, William 
P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Kbenezer Learned, William 
F. Bra'.nard, Charles Griswold, William P. Cleaveland, jr. 
esquires. 

Norwich? — Calvin Goddard, James Lanrnan, John Hyde, 
Joseph Williams, James Stedmau, George Hill, Rosweli 
Morgan, Henry Strong, Charles Perkins, esquires. 

Colchester. — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Amherst D. Seovil, esquires. 

Griswold— Samuel C. Morgan, Joseph L. Coit, esquires. 

Lyme— Henry M. Waite, Charles J. k M'Curdy a Caleb R. 
Warren, esquires. 

Pres'on — Jeremiah Halsey, esq. 

Stonington — Coddington Billings, George Hubbard, A" 
lexander G Smith, Elias Brown, esquires 

North Stonington — Benjamin Pomeroy, esq. 

[Vaterford—'VhomMi Shaw Perkins, esq 

Simeon Smith, esq, New-London, Sheriff. 

Deputy S^m/s— -NMhaja Raymond, New-Loadon, 



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jClmles Thomas, Elijah Ames, Norwich. Newha'I Tain- 
tor, Colchester. Stephen Haley. Groton. Nathaniel 
Kimball, Preston. Zebulon Chebtborcugh, Stouington. 
Lodowiek Bill, Lyme 

William Lax, New-London ; Samuel Bailey, Norwich, 
Gaolers. 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Robert Fairchild, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, James Stevens. Zalmon Wildman, esqrs. 

Jeremiah Sturges, esq. Treasurer 
David Burr, esq Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Justice* of the Peace. 

Fairfield— David Hill, Samuel Rowland, Hull Bradley 
Eliphatet Swift, Amos Burr, Gideon Tomlinsen, John Hut!, 
Jeremiah Sturges, Seymour Taylor, Gershom Burr, John 
Staples, Thomas B. Osborn, esquire* 

Banbury— Daniel N. Canington, Samuel H. Phillips, 
Nathan Seeley, Zalmon Wildman, Matthew Wilkes, Da- 
vid Foot, Eli Taylor,Russel Uoyt, Phineas Taylor, Reuben 
Booth, esquires. 

Brookfield- Daniel Tomlinson, Robert B Ruggles, Eli 
Ruggies, Noah A Lacy. Stephen Gregory, esquires. 

Bridgeport — Noah Plumb, Isaac Sherman, David Ni- 
chols jr. Charles Winion, Ebenezer Sealy, Phillip A. Can- 
non, Ethan Sherwood, Benj'n Brooks- 

Darien— Thaddeus Bell, John Weed, jr. esquires. 

Greenwich— Gilbert Close, David Wood, William 
Knapp, Joshua Ferris, Thomas Close. 

Jfimtuiq-loH- JZbenezev Beardsley, Abel French Israel 
A. Beardsley, Phillip Nichols. Timothy S. Wells. Cyrus 
H. Beardsley, Lemuel Judson, Joseph Shelton, Samuel P. 
MMls, Hezekiah Marks , David B Newton, Samuel Wheel- 
er, esquires. 

New- Canaan— Isaac Richards, Nathan Seeley, Erastus 
see ley. 



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Kew-Fairjield— Samuel T BarnUra, Jabez Treadwell, 
David Lane, t squires. 

Sew town — Timothy Shepard, Lamson Birch, Benjamin 
Haiti, Adoniram Fairchild. Samuel C Blackman, Zacha- 
riah Clark )r Jacob Beets. Daniel Blackman, Charles 
Chapman Smith Booth, esquires. 

\orwulfc — Henry Beld-n, Barnabas Marvin, Clark Bis- 
sell, "»eth Ta> lor, Benjamin Isaacs, William M Betts, 
Thaddeus Belts. James Quintard, jr. esquires. 

Redding — Billy Comstook, William Satiford, Jonathan 
Meeker, Aaron Sanford, jr Jona'han R. San ford, John 11. 
Hill, esqurhes 

Ridgefield — Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S Bradley, Bradley 
Hull, *Mephen C Lines, Lot Forester, esquires 

Stamford — Isaac L-»ckwood, James ritevens, Charles 
Haw ! ey, Mmeon H Miner, John A igur, Daniel Lockwood, 
esqu >es 

Stratford— Robe, t Fairchild, Jabez H Tomlinson, Eli- 
jah Uftbrd, Daniel Judson, David Plant, Levi Cu tiss, es- 
quires 

Sherman — David Northrop, Jedediah Graves, William 
Giddiug', Janes A Gid*,ing> 

Trumbull-— Stephen Bear ls!ey, Kben^xer Wheeler Eli- 
jah vluldlebrook, James Beardsley, James Beardsley, jr. 
Elthu Beaeji, 

Weston — Jjiemiah Rowland, Joshua *#dams, jr Simeon 
Fan ion, Oliver C, San lord, Isaac Bennett Joseph Bennett, 
Caivin Wheeler, jr W "merwood, Stephen VVheeler,e^«{r8. 

Wilton— viatthew Maivm, Kzekiel Stmges, D.-uie^ 
Church, jr. Bela St John, Erastus Sturges, Henry Bales* 
Isaac Sherman, esquiies. 

Practicing Attorneys. 

Simeon H Miner, esq. State Attorney, 
Fairfield— -Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Ro- 
ger VI Sherman, Eliphalei 6' wilt, Gideon Tomlinson, 
H'.iii'v #hei wood, Daniel Wakeraan, esquires 

Qi'tfury-- Viatthew B WVulesey, isnuson Hamlin, 
Fe«> B oth, Thomas T. Whittlesey, fcklward A lay 
for, esquires. 



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Bridgeport- -J o*?\>}\ Backup Charles Winton, Ebenezer 
5eel^,|i'- Phillip »4 Cannon, esquires 

Jiroakfield-- Heraan tturch, Bryant Smith, enquires. 

Greenwach- Timothy Walker, James B. Fairchild., 
Cha ie> \1 'tier, esquires. 

Huntington- -C>rus Beardslee, esq. 

Neiviown - .Samuel C. Blackman, Timothy «Shepard, 
Benjamin F Sheiton, Charles Chapman, esquires. 

Nor-wal/c- - C ark. Missel, I'haddeus 3etts, Chas. Miller, 
enquires. 

Redding-,- \biel K. Botsford. esq. 

Stamjord— James Stevens, .Simeon H. Miner, Joseph 
Wood, Charles Haw ley esquires 

Trumbull- Amm fcf. Wheeler, esq. 

Fiiemi liStarr, esq Sheriff* Danbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs — I'homai F Rowland. Fairfield. Aa- 
ron SVeiy. Danbury. Samuel IJ-nwn, Greenwich John 
Peek, Huntington. Mermim Wain n, Newtown, .fohn B. 
Mer lit, Redding Davis Lockwood, Slaratord. Kpenetua 
Cui-iis Bridgeport. VVra. G Bells, Norwalk. 

Gaolers— S&muel Beers, Fairfield. Jesse Crofut, Dan* 
bury. 



COUNTY OF v\ iNDHAM. 



COUNTY COlHtT. 

David Bo lues. Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso Judges, lames Gordon, jr. Vine Robinson, esqrs, 

Mtz^ki ah Hip ey, esq Treasurer. 

David C Bolies, esq. Clerk 

Samuel Gray, esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 

Justice* of the Ptacje. 

Brooklyn - John Parish, Vine Robinson, «S*miuel .Scar 
borough, David C. Holies, „#dams vVhif.e, jr. Elisha *da.ns 
esquires 

Ash ford— David Bolles, Josias Byles, Levi Work, 
Edward Keyes, I iha War en, tfathan Haywatd, Vlfeliael 
Richmond, Thums Djw, Philip Hay ward, Daniel 
*Knowlton, 8d, esquires. 



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Canterbury— An^vewT . Judson, Isabel Bae6«, Johrs. 
Francis, Peter Morse, Wm D. Forsler, Rufus Johiison jr* 
JKth'an Chaffee, Samuel L Hough, Walter Williams, Leb 
beus Ellsworth, esquires. 

Chaplin- -Nehemiah Holt, Erastus Hough, David A- 
very, esquires. 

Columbia— Silas Fuller, Seth Collins, Gershom Do« 
ranee, Amherst Scovil, Samuel Little, esqrs. 

Hampton -Nathaniel F. Martin, Roswell Preston, Chas. 
Mouho«, Chauncey F. Cleaveland, George Duuworlh, es- 
quires. 

Kilimgly—l&zr'A Hutchins, Joseph Adams, Anthony- 
Brown, Ebenezer Young, Penuel Hutchins, Luther War- 
ren, Orley Cavil, David Chase, Rowland Leavins, Thomas 
Durfee, esquires. 

Lebanon- Wm. T. Williams, Peleg Thomas, jr. Asahel 
Dewey, Daniel Hutchinson, Abe) Goodwin, Thomas Bab- 
cock, Charles Abel, esquires. 

Mansfield • John Salter, Zalmon tftorrs, Set Dunham, 
Luther Ringsley, David Conant, esquires. 

Pkilnjield- James Gordon, jr. Joseph Eaton, John Les- 
ter, John Dunlap, 6'essions Lester, Aaron Crary, Jonathan 
Gallup, esquires. 

Pom fret -Lemuel Ingalls, Ephraim Ingalls, George 
Sharp, Pardon Kingsley, Thomas M Grosvenor, Henry 
/Sweeting, Jonathan P. Hall, esquires. 

Sterling -Dixon Hall, Jeremiah Young, John Gallup 
Calvin -tibba'd, esquires. 

Thompson- George Larned, John Jacobs, jSimon Davis, 
Jonathan Nichols, John Nichols, jr Jesse Ormsbee, esqrs. 

Volunto-um~Jame3 Alexander, Sterry Kinne, Amos 
Treat, Benjamin Gallup, jr esquires. 

Windham- Peter Webb, Jabez. Clark, Samuel Perkins, 
John Baldwin, Roger Huntington, Amos D Allen, Jona- 
than. Devotion, Abner Robinson, John Stamford, esquires. 
tVoQdsiock— John M'Lellan, John Fox, John Paine, 
William Bowen, Ebenezer Stoddard, Abraham W. Payne 
Lut&er Kawson, Penuel, Corbm, esquires. 
Practising Attor rieys „ 
Andrew T J ud son, esq. State Attorney. 
Brooklyn-- John Parish, Daniel Keyes, Jtna A. Welch 
Uriel Fuller, — ■ — backus, James Raymond, esqrs. 



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Jtshford— Philip Hay ward, Samuel Ashley, Ichabod 
Bulk lev, esquires. 

Catiierbhry—llufas *4dams, Andrew T. Judson, Daniel 
Frost, jr. esquires. 

Columbia— Asn\\z\ Clark jr. esq. 

Hampton— Joseph Prentig, Chauncey F. Cleaveland, eB* 
quires 

Killingly — Ebenezer Young, esquire. 

Lebanon — Wm.T. WHliams v Denison Wattles jr. Henry 
Huntington, esquires. 

Mansfield — John Fitch, esq, 

Plain field— Joseph Eaton, esq. 

Pom fret— John Halbrook, Elis>ha B Perkins, Jona. P. 
Hal', esquires. 

(Sterling— Calvin Hibbard, esquire. 

Thompson — George Lamed, Simon Davis, esquire3. 

Windham — Jabez Clark, Samuel Perkins* David Young, 
John Baldwin, Thomas Gray, Edward Clark, esquires. 

Woodstock- John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, John 
F Williams, Orrin Sumner, esquires 

Edmund Freeman, Sheriff, Mansfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Calvin Haw son. Woods Lock. Solomon 
Sikes, Killingly. Win. Hall, Plan. field. Chester Lyon. 
Canterbury. Socrates Baicom, Windham. Philip Pearl, jr. 
Hampton. Ebenezer Byles, ^shtbrd. Bela P. Spalding, 
Brooklyn. 

Wm. Tyler, Brooklyn, gaoler. 



COUNTY OF L TCHFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT 

Augustus Pettibone, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Associate Judges, Martin Strang, John Welch, esquired 
Jibe\ Catlia. esq Treasurer. 
Hon. Frederick Woicou, Clerk, and Clerk of Supe- 
rior Court. 

Justices of the Peace* 
Litchfield— J^huVvtUh, Frederick Wolcott, *&a B£* 

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: on, Fhineas Miner, Levi Catlin, Morris Woodruff, Sett* 
P. Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Ozias 
Lewis, Ephraim S. Hall, Isaiah Duuce, Elihu Harrison, 
James Birge, esquires. 

Barkhamsted- John Merrells, William Taylor, ^Smos 
Beecher, Paul Roberts, jr Samuel Munson, esquires. 

Jiethlem — Nehemiah Lambert, Samuel Bloss, Nathan 
Burton, jr. enquires. 

C7z7iaa?2— -Nnthaniet Stevens, William M Burrall, Josh- 
ua Cornwall, Beuajah Douglass, William Hollabird, James 
Fenn, esquires. 

Cotebrook — Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshall, Launce- 
lot Phelps, Samuel Whitford, William S Hollabird, esqrs, 

Cornwall — Oliver Burnham, Rufus Swift, William Kel- 
logg, George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins. Victorianus 
Clark) esquires. 

Goshen- Truman Starr, Julius Beeeh, Alfred Walter, 
Giles G iswold, Homer Collins, esquires. 

Ifarwinton- James Brace, Lewis Catlin. Benjamin Gris- 
■wold, Noah Welton, Benajah Hay den, esquires 

Kent — Nathaniel P Perry, John Mills. John H.Swift, 
Nathan Siosson, Birdseye Beardsiey, Zachariah Winegar, 
esquires 

J\ew Hartford— -William G. Williams, Asa Goodwin, 
Andrew ^bernathy, Isaac Keilogg, Blish^ Case, jr esqrs. 

New Jnitford-*- Elijah Boardman, Orange Merwin, Reu- 
Warner, David S, Boardman, Homer Boardman, Eli 
Todd, Joel Sanford, Stephen Crane, Perry Smith, Daniel 
Gay lord, esqoires 

Norfolk— Augustus Pettibone, Joseph Battell, Michael 
F MiKs, Joseph Riggs, Bushnell Knapp, Edmund Brown, 
esqu'.res. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitchell, Chauncey 
Warner, Ransom Blakeslee, enquires 

Roxbury — Jns'&h 14 Eastman, Royal R Hinman, Ste- 
phen Sanford, John Trowbr'dge, esquires 

Salisbury — Lot Norton. Mar. in Strong, Eliphalel Whit- 
tlesey, John VI. Holly, Samuel Church, Abijah C Peet, 
Seneca Petty, esquires. 

Sharon— Calvin Gay, Samuel E. Everett* Oliver Kellogg, 



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k ?nsel Sterling, Samuel Rockwell, Samuel R. Gager, Be- 
uuni Peck, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, esquires. 

Torrington — William Bafell. Erasius Hodges. Russel 
C Abernethy, Stephen Tyler, Griswold Woodward, Chris- 
topher C. Wolcott, esquires. 

Warren — John Talmage, Judah Eldred, Stephen Strong 
Sherman Hartweil, esquires 

Washington-- tYilliam Cogswell, Daniel B B insmade, 
Constantme McMahon, Hermanns Marshall. Curr is Hick- 
cock, Ensign Bushnell, Youngs Elliot, Timothy Mitchell, 
esquires. 

Watertoivn— Charles Merriraan, Holbrook Curtis, Dan- 
iel Hickox jr John Buckingham, esquires. 

Winchester — Joseph Vlilier, James Beebe, Lumau. 
"Wakefield Truman s Wetmore, Isaac liiownson, esqrs, 

Woodbury— Nathan Preston Charles B. Phelps, Jesse 
Miner, Nathaniel Perry, Matthew Miner, jr. Lsman bhei> 
man, ebquires. 

-— .1217007 

* Practicing Attorneys 
Seth P Beers, esq. State -\ttorney. 

Litchfield— Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P Beers, 
3abez W. Huntington, Truman Smith, D. C. Sanford, es- 
quires. 

Beihlem — Joseph H. Bellamy, esq 

Canaan— John Elmore, jr Wm. M. Burrall, Reuben 
Hunt, Luman •' buret), Daniel Jaqua, esquires. 

Calehrook — XVm S. Hpllabird, esq 

Corn-wall— George VVheaton, esq 

Goshen Theodore North, esquires. 

Kent Nathaniel P. Perry : esq. 

JVeiv- Hurt ford — Roger \1 ills Wm G WMMams, esqrs. 

J\iexv- Mil ford -David S Boa»dman, Perry Smith, Philo 
N. Heacock, Ge'-ge ■" Boardman esquires 

JKorJolk— Mi ha'el P. Mills, esq. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, esq 

Jioxbury, Itoyai R. Hinman, fsaac Leavenworth, esqrs, 

Salisbury— Eltsha Veiling, ^amuet Church, Philander 
%Vheelei\ John G. Mitchell, esquires. 



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Sharon— Cyrus Swan, %#nsel .Sterling, Ebenezer Black* 
«an, Charles F. Sedgewick, Frederick L Fenn, esqrs. 

Washington- Wm. Cogswell, esq. 

Watertotvn- Ho) brook Curtis, George Y Butler, esqrs, 

Winchester — Joseph Miller, esq. 

Woodbury — Noah B. Benedict, Matthew Miner, jr, 
John Strong, jr Charles B. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, Na- 
thauiel B. Smith, esquires 

Moses Seymour, jr. Sheriff", Litchfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Oziaa Seymour, Litchfield. Wra. R 4 
Russell, Canaan Philp Mills, Kent. Tertius Wadsworth, 
New-Hartford John N. Gunn, Washington. Gideon Hail, 
Winchester Nathan Preston, jr Woodbury. Samuel 
Comstock, New-Milford. Wm. H Walton, Salisbury. Joka 
§» Warner, Plymouth Henry Reed, Sharon, 
Stephen Deming, Litchfield, Gaoler* 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Joshua Stow, Chief Judge. 

'Associate Judges, Joel Pratt, Wm Carter, esquired! 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 

John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Supeiior Court 

Justices of the Peace. 

jUiddtetoron -Stephen T. Hosmer, Joshua Stow, \\tx*t 
ander Wolcoit, Matthew T. Russel, Ebenezer Sage, ./oh* 
Pratt, Isaac Gridley, Josiah Savaye, Daniel J Griswold, 
Eli Coe, James Hart, Josiah Sage, George W. Stanley, 
Thomas Mather, esquires. 

Haddum Simon Shaler, Joseph Scovil,, David Spencer, 
Calvin Hrainard>amuel Arnold, Hezekiah Bruinard, Jona* 
than Burr, esquires. 

Chatkum— Daniel Shepherd, Benjamin Hurd, Ralpk 
Smith, Geoige White, Sparrow Smith, Amasa Daniels, Jr., 
&u»uel Hall, Philip Sage, esquires. 



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.fiurham— Wortbinglon G Chauncey, Samuel Tibbals, 
Jesse At well, Timothy Coe, ji . *Viliiam S. Camp, esqrs. 

East Haddam— h>&\*\\ Griffin, William Cone, Isaac 
Chapman, Isaac Chester, William Hunger ford, Uussel 
Dutton, William Gelston, Olivet Green, Kobert Russel, 
wflaron C Palmer, esquires 

Killing-wortli — William Carter, Austin Olcott, David 
Kelsey, Jared Elliot, Jedediali Harris, Benjamin Hurd, 
David Griswold, Benjamin Hill. George Curtis, *4biel A. 
Loomis, esquires. 

Sayhrook — William Lynde, Richard W. Hait. Kufua 
Clark, loel Prati Ehenezer Hnyden. Clark N»»!t, k>hn 
Stannard, Samue' Hough, Reynold Webb, Gurdort Smith, 
Jedediah Post, Samuel Jooes^Samuel Ingham, Benj. Deui- 
*on, George Pratt, esqiires. 

P acticing Attorneys. 
George W. Stanley esq. State Attorney. 

Middlet own— Matthew T. Russell, Enoch Huntington, 
George \\ . Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, Jonathan Barnes, jr. 
Minor Hotchkiss. Williaflh L. Storrs, William Van Deur- 
sen.ir. Ebenezer Force, Enoch l\ Parsons, Samuel D, 
Hubbard, Samuel H. Parsons, esquires. 

Haddam — Eli Warner, Smith Clarke, esquires. 

Chathafn -^sahel Utley, Conslans F. Daniels, esquires. 

East Haddam— William Hunger ibrd, Robert Russell, 
•squires. 

JCillinirwQrth— Abiel A. Loomis, esq. 

Saybrook — Joseph Piatts, Samuel Ingham, Larman T. 
Clark, esquires. 

,|(»Kt) L. Lewis, Sheriff, Middletown. 

Deputy Sheriffs'— Charles Arnold, Haddam. Gideon 
Higgins,"Kast Haddam. Abraham Pratt, Saybrook. Da- 
vid Wright, Kiiliugworth. 

Gaolers- -Harvy Treadway, Middlettw*. Charles Ac* 
mold, H add as*. 



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COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUICiY COURT. 

Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso.Judges, Ingoldsby W.Crawford,Eliphalet Young esqrs. 

Jeremiah Parish, esq. Clerk, 

Elisha Stearns, esq. Clerk oi the Superior Court 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Wi!!ey, Ashbel Chap- 
man, Eliphalet Young, Jeremiah Parish, esquires. 

Bolton- Jabez L White, John Uuggles, Noah Strong, 
John Talcott, esquires 

Coventry— Nathan Howard, Eiisha Edgerton, Isaiah 
Daggett, Zeiotes Strong, Cephas Brigham, Stephen Hos« 
raer, esquires. 

Ellington-- Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Nathan Johnson, 
Jacob Ladd, esquires 

Hebron— $y Ivester Gilbert, John S. Peters, Stuart Bee- 
be, Plyton H. Gilbert, Andrew Mann, Leonard Hendee, 
"William Brown. Levi Waldo, esquires. 

Somers — Solomoi L. Fuller, Calvin Pitkin, Walter K. 
Kibbee Horatio A Hamilton, esquires 

Siaffbrd-^Benning Mann, Khodolphus Woodworth, Na- 
than Bartlett, Amos Harvey, William Field, Aaron Parkess, 
esquires 

Union-" William Foster, Ingoldsby W. Crawford, IiU- 
thei Craw foid, esquires. 

Vernon -Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis M'Lean, Ebene< 
zer Nash, jr esquires. 

Wilhngton- Zebulon Crocker, Daniel Glazier, Spafford 
Brigham, esquires 

Practising Attorneys. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq State Attorney. 
Tolland Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey, Eiisha Steam? 
Jeremiah Parish, esquires. 
&oltm—Swi\ Alvord, jr. eui- 



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Ellington*^ As& Wi'dey, esq. 
Hebron— Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert, esquires. 
Homers-- Waller \i. KilJiee, Nathan CooJey, esquires. 
Stafford— Bcnning Mann, Hhodolphus U oodworth, cs 

quii .3. 

Elijah Johnson, Stafford, Sheriff. 
Deputy SherijJs'S&nvwX Kent, Tolland. Francis Hyde, 
Stafford. Simon House, Hebron 

Samuel Kent, Tolland, Gaoler. 

m amm*mrmmmMm m mt&BK^m*mm* Z L * ii * * * A im mmB*wmBmmmmmmm*a n g m av ^ 

Courts of $$rofcate» 



Districts. 

Hartford 

New-Haven 

New- London 

Fairfield 

Windham 

Litchfield 

JMidd'etown 

Plamfield 

Guilfo d 

Norfolk 

Woodbury 

Stamford 

Danbury 

East-Uaddam 

Noi wich 

Pomfret 

Sharon 

Stafford 

Simsbury 

Stonmgton 

Farmington 

Waliingford 

#Say brook 

Stratford 

Btot-Wiofsor 



Judges. 
Jonathan Brace 
Isaac Mills. 
Moses Warren 
D.vid Hill 
John Baldwin 
Fred'k NVolcott 
John -Msop 
Ebenezer Young 
Reuben Klliott 
Michael F. Mills 
Nathar) Preston 
Simeon H Minor 
Reuben Booth 
Benj Trumbull 
John Hyde 
John Nichols, jr 
Samuel Church 
Calvin Willey 

Elisha Phelps 
Win Williams o f G 
Lemuel Whitman 
Rufus Hitchcock 

VVm. Lynde 

David Plant 

fcorram T. Pe^se 



Clerks. 
James Wells 
John Hum 2d 
Lodowick Fosdick 
David Hill 
Henry Huntington 
J W. Huntington 
John Fisk 
Andrew T Judson 
George Griswold 
Geo.B Holt 
Nathan Preston, jr. 
Samuel Lockwood 
S. H> Philiips 
Ralph Isham 
Buirell Lath? op 
Elisha B. Perkins 
Fred'k A Sterling 
Jopeph Howaid 
Hector F. PheSps 
George Hubbard 
Martin Bull 
Wra. B. Hitchcock 
Samuel Ingham 
Wm. A. TomlinsQ 
Wm, Dt&eii 



Waterbury John Kingsbury Bennet BronWl! 

>ior\valk Wni. M. Betts Wra. G. Betts 

New-Milfard Jehiel WilS&ms G. S. iioardman 

Mebrcn Silvester Gilbert Stuart Beebc 

Granby J oab Griffin jr- Joshua H Jewett 

Newtown Sam'l C. BiaekmanWm BotsCord 

Suffield Oliver Pease Joseph Pease 



^.•^.v* z;&am??3*a 



Hartford.— I^noch Perkins, Hezekiah Huntington, Wal- 
ter Mitchell, John M Gannett, Joseph Trumbull, Isaae 
Perkins, Henry L. Ellsworth. Nathan Johnson. 

Granby— Samuel Woodruff 

JVew //a^e/i— Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, R. I. Tri- 
gersoll, Leonard A. Daggett, Lucius Atwater, Charles JL 
fngf rsoll, Joel Jones 

Cheshire— Hurrage Beach. 

Derby— John Humphreys, jr. John L. Tomlinson, 

Guilford— Wra. Todd. 

"New -London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, VVm. F. 
Brainard, Charles Griswold * 

J\ brwich- James Lanman, James Stedraan, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Henry Strong. 

Colchester — Daniel Watrous. 

Stonington— Alexander G. Smith, George Habbar^ 
Elias Brown. 

Lyme, Henry M. Wait. ,, 

Fairfield, Gideon Tomlinson. 

J)anbury, Daniel U Cook. 

Stamford, Joseph Wood. 

Stratford, David Plant. 

Bridgeport, Joseph Backus. 

ftorwalk, Clark Bissel. 

Windham, Samuel Perkins, 

Jirooklyn, John Parish. 

Lebanon, Wm. T. Williams. 

Woodstock, John M'Lellan. 

Liiehfteldi Frederick tVtlwtt, Seth P. Beers, 



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ffewMilfordj David S Boardman. 
Salisbury, Elisha Sterling. 
Woodbury, John P. Marshal. 

Middletown, Matthew T. Russel, George W. Stanley, 
Jona. Barnes, jr. Enoch T. Parsons* 
Haddam, Linus Parmelee, jr 
KilUngxvQVth, Abiel A Loomis. 
JBotton, Daniel Lord 



TOWN CLERKS AND COLLECTORS 

FOR 1:;«22— 23. 



Towns. 
Ash ford 
Barkhamsted 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlingloa 
Brooklyn 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chaplin 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Dan bury 
Derby 



Clerks. 



Collectors. 



Josias Byles Danford Richmond 

John Merrils Alvin Squire 

William Smith Edward Norton 
iVamuel Church Adam C Casson 
Man tun Hammond Luther Talcott 



Gardner Avery 
Samuel Prisbie 
Tracy Peck 
Daniel Haw ley 
Aaron Hitchcock 
Zach. Spalding 
Thomas Coit 
Jlenajah Douglass 
James Humphrey 
Orren Witter 
Zebu!on Penfield 
Hutus Hitchcock 
Lancelot Phelps 
Daniel Watrous 
Samuel Little 
William Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
Darius S'tarr 
Sheldon Curtiss 
\Y, Hi Vtofieey 



Wm. L Crocker 
Philo Harrison 
Charles G Ives 
Ezra Osborn 
Fein Ward jr. 
Bela P Spalding 
John Barstow 2d 
Simeon Higleyjr. 
Wm. H. Hal lock 
Abel Koss 
Olmsted Gatea 
ttiidsey Booth 
Pinney North 
John C. Bulkley 
Daniel Holbrook 
Jas. VTadsworth jr« 
Daniel Loomis jr. 
Levi Starr 
Samuel Bassett 



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East- Haven 

East -Hartford 

EastTiaddam 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Farrningtoa 

Faitfield 

Franklin 

G'astenbury 

Goshen 

(J ran by 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Grot on 

Guilford 

1-iamden 

Haddam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Ha> tiara d 

Harwiiiton 

Heb? nn 

Huntington 

Kent 

Kiilingworth 

Kitfinfly 

Le ban ou 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

M 'ddlebury 

MHdietown 

Miiford 



Pela Farnum 
Samuel Pitkin 
Chri.t'rC Gates 
■/ffaron Bissel 
liobert Hyde 
Elarn O. Potter 
John Mix 
Samuel Rowland 
Eli Hartshorn 
Jonathan Wells 
./2uino Haie 
Daniel Hayes jr. 
Hezekiah Tracy 
Wrn. Cleft 
Nathan Daboll 
Samuel Fowler 
Kussel Pierpont 
John Brainai'd 



Willet Hemingway 
Simeon Birge 
Asa Smith 
Select Men 
John M'Kinstry 
Lot Killam 
Elijah Porter 
Thos. F. Rowland 
Stephen Tracy 
Henry Day ton 
Collins Baldwin 
Elizur Benjamin 
Seth Lyon 
Nehemiah Spencer 
Rufus Allyn 
Amos Seward 
Jesse Gilbert jr. 
Sroiih Vei. tress 



Wm, A. Brewster Thomas Clark 
if,* , r, , x \ Mos^s Smith 

ElishaColt J Henry Mix 

Warham William 8 Vustin Ensign 
Elijah Gaylntd Z-mri Skinner 
J< i.n $ Peters Eli ha Perkins 

SaraueJ ^ heeler Ezia Wakelee 



Lewis Mills 
Elisha Kelsey jr. 
Luther Warren 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph lewett 
Moses Seymour 
Charles Smith 
Luther Km£sley 
David JJ. Ripley 
Isaac Lewis 
L. 1 ownsend 
John Fisk 
Samuel Higby 
Giles Tamer 



David J odd 
Reuben K. Hinkley 
Ezra L Hutchens 
S. D TUdetj 
Lavius Pariiham' 
Charles Buell 
J. bTubbs 
John Martin 
David Fin ley 
Levi Yale 
David Tyler jr. 
Samuel Fair child 
Beard Baldwin 
Ephraim Felltwe% 



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New-Canaan 

New Fairfield 

New- Hartford 

New Haven 

New -London 

New -Miiford 

Newtown 

North- Haven 

Norfolk 

Nor walk 

Norwich 

N. Stonington 

Orange 

Oxford 

Pla infield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

Preston 

Redding 

Ridge field 

Roxbury 

Salem 

Salisbury; 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Somers 

£buthington 

jSbuthbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Sttatfoid 

Snffield 

Sinibbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torringtoa 



Samuel St. John 
S. T Ha mum 
Asa Godtlwin 
Elisha Munson 
Ebettezer Way 
Elisha Bostwiok 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pserpont 
Aaron Boys 
Benj. Isaacs 
Philip Huntington 
Stephen Avery 
B L Lambert 
Host a Dutton 
jStjuire CaiJy 
Calvin Butler 
T M Grosvenor 
Denison Pa'mer 
Jona. \i. Ban ford 
Samuel Mebbins 
Situs Minor 
John Hillings 
Thomas »<. Peet 
C^i k Nwtt 
Gc King jr. 
David Northrop 
Jahez Collins 
Lucas Curtis 
John Mosely 
Samuel K I oil get 
Seymour JarVis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse D< an 
Elijah Uffora 
0'i\er Pease 
Jona. Pettibone, jr 
John Nichols, jr. 
Joseph Howard 
3 vim Gillet, jr. 



Edward Nash 
Darius Hoyt 
Daniel Lyman 
John Scott 
Jona. Brooks 
Lyman Keeler 
Eli Bennett 
Isaac Stiles 
Amos Pettibone 
Samuel Bui well 
Thomas Thomas 
Jeremiah York 

Hoi ace Candee" 
Vincent Hinckley 
Hall Dunbar 
Benjamin Warren 
George VV. Morgan 
Aaron Morehouse 
Won Keeler 
Garry H. Wheeler 
E W. Tread* ay 
Jaied S. Harrison 
Sam'l P Canfield 
Joshua Lovell 
Lew s Starr 
Hiram Pomeroy 
.Stephen Walker 
Asa Johnson 
Joseph A'ibley 
E H. W eed 
John Thurston 
Z Cheseb-ougrh, 2tl 
j&eniamin Uttord 
ftosweJ! K ng 
Virgil Peitibone 
Talcot Crosby 
./Ziiet Ladd 
George Bissel 



Trumbull 

Union 

Vernon 

Votuutown 

Waliingford 

"Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Waterf<»rd 

Watertown 

"Weston 

Wethersfield 

"Willington 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Wooribr»<lge 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Wolcott 



44 

Lewis Burton 
Robert Law son 
L. P Tinker 
James Alexander 
Hunn Munson 
George Starr 
D. B. Brinsmade 
^shlev Scott 
Caleb Raymond 
Aner Bradley 
Simeon Fanton 
Ezekiel P Belden 
Gideon N. Merric 
Sam ue i BeSden jr. 
Eliphalet Ripley 
Ebsha N. Sill 
Levi PJatt 
Justus Thomas 
Nathan Preston 
John Fox 
Archibald Miner 



Gideon Mattetfc 
John Crawford 
George Kellogg 
Miner Robbins 
Wm Todd 
Augustus Golems* 
Charles A. Judson 
Augustus Beebe 
W m. Gorton 
A tan son Warren 
Jeremiah Burton 
Eiias Francis 
k Joseph Merrick 
ZamonDikeman, 
Henry Webb 
John Hubbard jr. 
Norris Coe 
Nathan Nettletoa 
David Brothwell 
A. A. W T illiams 
Wm A. Alcox 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment Lists 
for the State are the Treasurer and Comptroller for the 
time being;. 



SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 



ffiORGE GiLLET,esq, Hebron (Tolland County) Survey- 
or General. 

Deputy Surveyors. 
County of Hartford — Daniel St. John, of Hartford- 
County of J^ew- Haven— Noyes Darling, of Wood bridge. 
County of J\ r e-w London— • Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
County of Fairfield— Joseph M. White, ofDanbury. 
County of Windham — Lemuel Ingalls, of Pomfret. 
County of Litchfield — Wm. M Burrall, of Canaan* 
iftmty of Mttiilmx—pm Lane, q£ fcilltogworO^ 



45 



J«itttetrrs $c eftuvcfttff* 



W#« 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Bartford—Rev Joel Hawes 

Abel Flint, d d. 

Nathan Perkins, d d* 

Kathl. S Wheaton I 

Elibha Cuahmau ) 

JBer'in 

Benoni Upson, D T>.) 

lloyal Kobbins ) 

Newton Skinner 

Samuel Goodrich 

Plurality 1 

Enoch Green 1 

Bristol, Jonathan Cone 

Orra Martin 3 

Jiurhngton 

Jonathan Miller 
Canton 

Jeremiah Hallock 

Pierpont Brocket! ] 

Mast- flar /ford 

Joy H. Fairchild 

Elisha B. Cooke 
East- Windsor 

Thomas Kobbins 

Shubael Bartlett 

jBuikeley 

\Xnfield 

Francis L. Bobbins S> 

Vacant 

Jeremiah F. Bridget 
farnuitgfrn 

Noah Porter 

Vacant 

ficla Kellogg 



Pierpont Brockett B 

Glastenbury- Caleb Rirge 

Nathan B, burgess E 

Jeremiah Stocking M 

Vacant K 

Gra?iby--Ua*c Porter 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Samuel Gr is wold E 

Vacant B 

Sartland 

Ammi Linsley 

Nathaniel Gay lord 
Marlborcug h 

David B liipley 
Simsbury- -Allen McLean 

Plurality E 

Southington -David L Ogden. 

As* Cornwall E 

Suffield • Ebcnezer Gay 

Joseph Mix 

\sahel viorse B 

Bennet Pepper U 

Wetherfield 

Caleb J Tenney 

Joab Brace 

Calvin Chapin D D. 

V* m. Bent ley W 

Windsor 

Henry A. flow land 

John Bartlett 

Vacant 

Augustus Bollei B 

Vaeaol B 



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COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN* 



.A"ew fluvsn 




Meriden 






iiev Samuel W. Taylor 




Keuben Ives 


E 


Samuel Me. win 




Brav 




Jeremiah Day, ll d ? 
Eleaxur T. Fitch $ 




Samuel Miller 


B 




Middlebury 




III. Kev Thomas C. iiro 


\v 


vlark \Jead 




nell, DD LL D. 


K 


Daniel Wooster 


M 


Hany Croswell 


E 


Milfurd, Bazaleel Pinneo 




Samuel H Turner, DD, 


E 


lehu Clark 




Henry Lint 9 


13 


Vacant 


E 


Benj. \1. Hill 




Xorth- Haven 




JJranJord 




VVm J Board man 




Timothy P Gillet 




Plura'ity 


E 




Mat 1 hew Noyes 




Oliver Wilson 


B 




Cha'les \twater 




Oxford Epiiraim G. Swift; 




Origen G Holcomb 


E 


Brardsley Northrop 


E 




Cheshire, linger Hitchcock 




Vacant 


E 




Samuel Rich 




Orange 


1 


Reuben Ives 


E 


Stephen W Stebbins 


- I 


Vacan* 




Erastus Scranton 






Derby, Z phaniah Swift 




Southbnry, Vacant 






w2bne>- Smuh 




Vacant 






Jewett 


E 


if'ullingford 






East- fL iven 




James Noyes 






•Stephen I >>d*l 




James Kceier 


E 


I 


Joseph Pe»ry 


E 


Sedge wck fiice 


B 




Guilford, ^iaron Duttoa 




Waterbury, Daniel Crane 


1 


.John Elliot 




Vaomtr 


f 




Zabra Whitmore 




A pheus Geer 


E 




John E'y 




.terse Frost 


B 




David Baldwin 


E 


tVamuel Potter 


B 




Plurality 


F. 


IVolcoti, John Keyes 






Samuel West 


U 


iVtiOdbndge 






Hamden. Ca'eb \lling 


s 


Jason *>llen 




1 


Samuel Vliller 


B 


Nathaniel G Hunttngto 


n 


Ke 


E iphalet B Coleman 




Chauncey Pr indie 


E 


1 


Ab'aharn Ailing 




Henry Lines 


P 


T 


Plurality 


F 






.1 



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COUNT? OF NEW-LONDON. 



Z\ew -London 

Rev. Abe\ McEwen < 

Bethel Judd E 

Thomas Tucker IM 

E Loomis B 

Boxrah % David Austin 

Reuben Palmer B 

Colchester 

Salmon Cone 

Jacob Scoles 

Eliphalet Hilliard B 

Franklin, Samuel Nott 

Amaziah Fillmore ) »j 

Klisha Frink S 

Griswold, Horatio Waldo 

Caleb Reed 
Groton, Timothy Tuttle 

Vacant SC 

John G- Wightman B 

RosweM Burrows B 

Ralph Hurlbut M 

Lisbon, Levi Nelson 

Andrew Lee, d d. 

Amos Reed 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell 

Josiah Hawes 

G. W. AppletOtt B 

Vacant B 



Seth Lee SC 

Movtville, ^bisha Alden 
Vacant SC 

Vacant B 

Yor-urith 
Joseph Strong d d. 
Alfred Mitchell 
John Tyler ) p 

Serb B. Paddock $ 

John Merry ) « 

Thomas Potter $ 
David NL Hently M 

SorthStonintrtuny Vacant 
Jona Miner B 

Asher Miner B 

P res tun, John Hyde 
Vacant 

Plurality E 

Vacant SC 

Charles Hudson U 

Levi Walker B 

Salem, — Hyde 

Robert Fargo SC 

Stonington, Ira 'art 

E Chesebrougb J> 

IV ater fur d 

Francis Darrow B 

Jonathan Ames M 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



Fairfield 
Rev. Nathaniel Hewitt 
\ Edward W Hooker 

Vacant 

Philo Shelton 



j Daniel Wddman 
I 'irook field - Va can t 
I rfbii&f Kiundage 

Henj Benham 
[ Plurality 



4ft 



D anbury— Wm, Andrews 


Solomon Glover 


u 


John G. Lowe 




JYorivalk 




Nathan Burton 




Sylvester Eaton 




Josiah Dike man 


U 


Reuben Sherwood 


E 


Ambrose S Todd 


h 


Redding, Daniel Crocker 




Ebenezer R. White) 




Jonathan Bartlett 




Ezra Peck > Sand 


Ambrose S. Todd 


E 


Levi Osborn ) 




Ridge field 




Nathan Buckley- 


B 


♦Samuel M. Phelp« 


E 


Oliver Tutlle 


B 


Plurality 


E 


Darien — Vacant 




Vacant 




Greenwich, Piatt Buffet 




Sherman, Maltby Gelston 


Isaac Lewis, jr. 




Stamford, Daniel Smith 




Plurality 


E 


Fuller 




Nathaniel Finch 


B 


Jonathan Judd 


R 


David Peck 


M 


Henry llait 


B 


Huntington 




Stratford, 




Thomas Pundersoa 




Matthew R. Button 




Chauncey G. Lee 




Astibei Baldwin 


E 


Mei.zies Rayner 


E 


Trumbull, Reuben Taylor 


Plurality 


E 


Plurality 


E 


JWw- Canaan 




Weston, 




Wm. Bonney 




John Noyes 




Plurality 


E 


Nathaniel Freeman 




Hew Fairfield 




Vacant 


E 


Med ad Rogers 




Wilton, Sylvanus Ha'^ght 




Newtown, Vacant 




Charles &'mith. 


F 


Daniel Burhans 


E 


Levi Dikemar* 


B 


John Sherman 


B 




f 




— &&&— 




COFNTY OF WINDHAM. 




Mrooklyn 




Isaac Hall 


V 


Josiah Whitney, o, v 




Canterbury, Vacant 




Vacant 


E 


Erastus Learned 




dthford, Philo Judson 




George S. White 


i 


Reuben Torrey 




Chaplin 




Wniiam Morrs 




.fared Andrus 




Ezekie! Skinner 


b 


Columbia 




Stephen Herseal 




David Diekinsoix 





Hampton— Ludovicus Weld 

James Burnham Ch 

John Payne £ 

Killingly— Elisha Atkins 

Israel Day 

Hoswell Whilmore 

Calvin Cooper B 

Lebanon -Zebulon Ely 

Vacant 

A'' a cant 

Esek Brown B 

Mansfield, Anson S ./Jtwood 

Moses C. Welch, d. d. 

Jonathan Goodwin 
I J lain fi eld— Orin Fowler 

Nathaniel Cole B 

PomJ ret— J ames Porter 

Walter Lyon 

James Gtow 



Sterling — V aea n t 

Vacant 
Thompson — Daniel Dow 

Va( ant 

Arthur A. Ross 
Vohinto-ivn— Vacant 

Nathaniel Sheffield 
Windham 

Cornelius B. Evetest 

I esse Fisher 

Hoger Bingham ) 

Elius Sharp \ 

Vacant 



Ch 

H 



Woodstock, Eliphalet Lyman 
Samuel Backus 



Alvin Underwood 
John Nichols 
Vacant 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



Litchfield 




Cornwall — Timothy Stone 




Rev. Lyman i?eeeher, d e 


. 


Walter Smith 




Joseph E„ Camp 




Vacant 


K 


Vacant 




Asa Talmadge 


B 


Vacant 




Goihen— Joseph Harvey 




Truman Marsh ) 
Isaac Jones S 


E 


flarivinton 




Getoge E. Pierce 




Vacant 


B 


Vacant 


F. 


JBarkhamsied-^-S^ol Clark 




Kent — Asa Blair 




Plurality 


E 


Gen B. Andrews 


E 


Jiethlcm — John Langdon 




J\'e\v Hartford 




Plurality 


E 


Cyrus Yale 




Canaan-* Charles Prentiss 




. — . Wakefield 


B 


Pitkin Cowles 




NeW'Milford 




Plurality 


E 


Andrew Elliot 




Freeman Hopkins 


B 


Vacant 




Coledtook — Chauncey Lee 








liufus Babcock 


fc 


\ 





4 



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Benj. Benham 

Eleazar Beecher 
.Afor/b/fc— Ralph Emerson 
Plymout h— Luther Halt 

Rodney Rossker 

Plurality 
Moxbury -Fosdiek Harrison 

Vacant 
&a litbury— Vacant 

Vacant 
Sharon— David L. Perry 

Frederick Gridlcy 

Plurality 

Pu>a<ity 
Torrington — AJex. Gillet 

Samuel J. Mills 

Epaphras Goodman 



E 


Warren— Peter Starr 




B 


\nanias Derthick 
Washington 


B 




Stephen Mason 




E 


Charles A, Boardman. 




E 


Plurality 


E 


n 


Plurality 


E 


E 


Water town 
Horace Hodker 




E 


Frederick Holcomb 
Winchester — Fred. Marsh 
James Beach 


E 


E 


Vacant 


B 


B 


Woodbury 

Samuel R. Andrew. 
1 Grove L Hrowaell 




MBi 


J Sturgea Gilbert 

If lifer ■! 


E 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Jilkldletoivn 
Rev, John R Crane 

Joshua L. Williams 

Thomas Miner 

Stephen Hayes 

Thomas J. Diverrel SC 

Birdsey G. Noble E 

Eli Bait h 

Frederick Wightnian B 
Chatkcim— ) iarvey Talcotl 

David Selden 

Joel West 

Smith VJiles E 

Jasper P. Jonss E 

William Welch B 

.Durham— David Smith 

Vacant E 

East-Haddam 

Elijah Parsons ) 

Isaac Parsons S 



William Lyman, d. m. 

Joseph Vail 

VVm. C Jarvis 

Simeon Dickinson 
Haddum — John Marsh 

Simon Shaler 
'\illingworih 

Hart Taicott 

Ask King 

Plurality E 

Henry Archibald B 

Say brook 

Frederick W Hotehkiss 

Aaron B. Hovey 

Sy Ivester Leiden 

Vacant 

Peter G Clark E 

Vacant B 

Asa Wilcox B 



E 
B 

B 



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COUNTY OF TOT LAND 

Tolland 
Rev N. Williams, d d I 
Ansel Nabh S 

Row. and Lathrop IVJ 

Bolton— Philander Parmek. 
Coventry— Ckiuncey Uuothc 

Geo. A. Caihoun 

Benr> Brown I 

Ellington, Diod te Broekwy\ 
Hebron— Amos Babsetl, d. d 

Nathan (jillet 

Augustus B Collins 



Glover 

Daniel Burrows £ 

Peter Griffing \ 

Vomers — \V m | J# Strong 
Stafford- He\ vey Smith 

Joseph Knight 

Vacant 
Union Vacant 
Vernon — Vacant 
At ilUngton 

Hubbel Loom is 

David Li'nbi ulge 



E 

m 



List vj Unsealed itiuasic/s, in connexion wild the 

General Association^ and of Licentiates 

Jrom the several Associations* 

Kev Jeremiah Atwatei , I) D. New-Haven 
Jonathan Barilett, tied ding 
William Helrien, Fan field 
Aaron Cliuich, Hartjand 
Th/»n>as F Davis, New -Haven 
Nathaniel DwigM, \\ ciheisiitld 
J oh ■ H r'owiei, Lebanon 
Prince -Hawes, dla-stenbury 
Calvin Ing*!s, Siaffuwl 
Amasa Jerome, New- Mauicrd 
Gui'don Johnsom Ki'li.ngly 
Win. Lock wo- -d, Glastenburrf 
Asahel Nettleton, Killing worth 
John N<»\es. Weston 
William Kobuison, S >uthingL«a 
S&aauel Sturges, Fail-field. 



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Daniel Waldo, Suffield 
Samuel Whittlesey, Hartford 
Luke Wood, Waterbury 
William Woodbridge 
N. B. Beardslee, Saybrook 
William Ely, Farmington 
Amos Pettengill, Litchfield 
Erastus Ripley, New-Haven 
Levi Smith, Kent 
Noah Smith, Hanover, (N. H.) 
Joshua Williams, Harwinton 
Lavius Hyde 



Messrs. Edward Ball. Saybrook 

Archibald Burgess, Canterbury 
Nathan Burton, Ridgefield 
Eleazer Churchill, Mansfield 
Austin Dickinson, Amherst, Mass. 
W m. Fowler, Guilford 
•^shbel Gay lord, Norfolk 
Josiah W. Gibbs, Salem, Mass. 
Thomas R. Gold, Cornwall 
Beriah Green, Putney, Vt. 
Elijah Hartshorn, Franklin 
Anson Hubbard, Glastenbury 
Peter Lockwood, Bridgeport 
David N. Lord, Franklin 
William Mitchell, .Saybrook 
Robert C Robbins, Colchester 
David A. Sherman, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Jonathan Silliman, Saybrook 
Levi Smith, New-Milford 
Noah Smith, Hanover 
Chailes Walker, Woodstock 
Joseph D. Wickhara, New-York 
William C. Wood bridge, Hanford 
George A. Wpodbridge, Norwich 



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Samuel Griswold, Lyme 
Erastus Clapp, Southampton, Mass. 
Abraham Baldwin, Goshen 
Amzi Francis, Hartford 
Flavel 5 Gaylord, Hartland 
Joseph Hurlbut, New-London 

Kingsbury — — Mass.; 

Ebenezer Piatt, Danbury 
— — Sprague, KilUngly 



Episcopal Clergy in Connecticut not 
s settled in any parish. 

Rev. George S. White, Canterbury 
David Belden, Wiltcn 



^ggoctatiottg* 



There are in this State thirteen Associations, viz. Hart- 
ford, North, consisting of 19 churches— Hartford, South, of 
13— New-Haven, West, of 18 — New-Haven, East, of 16— 
New-London, of 20— Fairfield, West, of 16 — Fairfield, East, 
of 12— Windham, of 24 Litchfield, North, of 19— Litch- 
field South, of 17— Middlesex of 15-and Tolland of 15. 

Note— Associations are composed of Ministers alone- 
Consociations, of Ministers, with a delegate from their re- 
spective churches. 



General Association of Connecticut. 

This body meets annually on the third Tuesday of June. 
It is composed of two Representatives from each district 
Association. There is also united with them, a represent 



$1 

atlon of three members of the General Assembly of iTse 
Presbyterian Church in the United States — of one mem 
ber from the General pQnveutlori of Cnngicgational and 
Presbyterian Ministers in Vermont — of.two members from 
the General Association of New-Hampshire, two members 
from the Evangelical Consociation ot Khode-f stand, and of two 
members from the Genera) Association of Massachusetts 

To these several Bodies, the General Association of Con- 
necticut sends annually the same number of Representa- 
tives. 

Treasurer of the General Association— llev. Abel 
Flint, d d, 

Auditor—* Rev Calvin Chapin, Dp. 

The next annual meeting: of the General Association is 
lobe held s>f the house cf the Rev Henry*# Rowland, in 
Windsor, on the third Tuesday of June, 1823, at 11 o'clock 
A.M, 



Delegates to the General .^ssemb'y of the Presbyterian 
Church, to convene in Philadelphia, ©n \he third T hurs- 
day of May, 1 823 
Rev Andrew Elliot, Elijah Waterman, Daniel Dow. 

Delegates tn (he General Convention of Vermont, to mee-t 
at Norwich, the second Tuesday of September next. t 

Rev. Allen M'Lean, Harvey Talcott 

Delegates to the General Association of Massachusetts, t® 
convene the 4th Tuesday of June, 1823. 

Rev. Maltby Gelston, Frederick Marsh 

delegates to 1he General Association of New-Hampshire, 
to convene at Pembroke, on the first Tuesday of Sep- 
tember next 

R«y, fcathrop Rockwell, Hubbel Loomi», 



Delegates to the Evangelical Consociation of Rhode-Island 
to meet at Newport on the second Tuesday of June, 
1323. 

Rev. Jason Allen, Stephen Dodd. 

Committee chosen by the General Association, to certify 
the regular standing of Preachers, travelling from this 
state, to other part* of ihe United States 



Rev Nathan Per kins, d d. 
Calvin Chapin, D D. 
Jeremiah Day, db. ll d 
Matthew Noyes 
Joseph Strung, DD. 
Isaac Lewis 



Rev Elijah Waterman 
Moses C W'efchj d d. 
.lames Beach 
Lyman Beecher, u p. 
Fred'k W flotchkiss 
Nathan Williams, dd, 



The Delegates to the several ecclesiastical bodies, it* 
connexion with the General Association of Connecticut, to 
be holden in June, i823> are to he nominated by the seve- 
ral associations, as follows : 

To the Genera! Assembly, for May v 1824 
Windham, Litchfield North, and Litchfield South As- 
sociations. 

' he Delegates to the General Association of Massachu- 
setts, to- 1824, by Middlesex and Toltenil Associations, 

I he delegates to the Genera) Association of'N< whamp- 
Shire, for 1823, by Hartfoid Northland Hartford feoutk 
»5t.s(.c:aiioiiS 

The Delegates to the Genera! Convention of Vermont, 
for 1823, by New-Haven West and New-Iiaven East Asso* 
eiations. 

The Delegates to /the General Consociation of Rhode- 
Island for i824, by New Loudon and Faiifield. West Asso. 
The following persons are receivers of money in their se- 
veral associations for the Treasury of the General Asso- 
ciations. 

Kev. Messrs. Henry A. Rowland, Joab Brace, Erastus 
flcranlon, Timothy P Gillett, 6'a>mon Cone, Nathaniel 
Hewitt, James F'orter, Charles Prentis, David beUka*, 
^hauaee/ fcootU, Andrew filliot, Stephen Mas*a. 



56 
Trustees of the Bishop's Fund. 

Itev. Philo Shelton, Rev. J?shbel Baldwin, Rev. Harry 
Groswell, His Honor Jona Ingersoil, Elias Shipman, esq. 
Jona. Starr, esq John Morgan, esq Evan Malbone, esq. 
Nathan Smith, esq. Charles Sigourney, esq. 

His Honor Jona Ingersoil, President* 
Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary . 
Charles Sigourney, esq. Treasurer. 



Standing Committee of the Episcopal 
Convention of Connecticut. 

Rev Messrs. Tillotson Bronson, d d. Harry Croswell, 

Truman Marsh, #irdsey G. Noble, 

Asa Coin wall. 



Standing Secretaries in the Baptist 
Associations. 

Hertford— Uev. Eiisha Cushm&n, 
*\ew Loudon— Rev. Jonathan Goodwin, 
IStQiiington Union — Rev Roswell Burrows. 



LIST OF j. 

First Selectmen and Town Treasurers. 

Towtii. First Selectmen. Treasurers. 

Ashford Abel Dow Josias Byles 

Barklmmsted Dayton Jones Joseph Wilder 

Berlin Linus Cowles William Smith 

Uethlem Sheldon C Lea\ittSamuel Church 

Bolton Noah Strong Chester Hammon.il 

Bozrah N. Waterman Gardner Avery 

Bradford ftrmuel Frisbie James Barker 



Bridgeport 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brooklyn 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chaplin 
Chatham 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Danbury 
Darien 
Derby 
Durham 
East- Haven 
East-Hartford 
East-Haddam 
East- Windsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farmingtoa 
Fairfield 
Franklin 
GSastenbury 
Goshen 
Gran by 
. Greenwich 
I Gr is wold 
Groton 
Guilford 
Hamden 
Haddam 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Uartlaud 



Reuben Tweedy Smith Tweedy 



Jabez Kurd 
Elias Wooden 
Adams White, jr. 
.Samuel L Hough 
Edmund Dunning 
Alvin Humphreys 
John Itoss 
Philip Sp.ge 
Andrew Hull 
Henry Bass 
Elias W. Newton 
John Holbrook 
Samuel Hopkins 
Solomon Bid well 
Elijah Sanford 
Henry Bates 
Sheldon Curtis 
B. Guernsey 
Philemon Holt 
Shubael Griswold 
Timothy Green 

Joseph Abbott 
Khun O. Potter 
George Cowles 
John Hal) 
Daniel Gager 
Joseph Wells 
David Wadhams 
S. Wilcox 
Hezekiah Tracy 
Nathan Stanton 
Nicholas S. Lester 
Timothy Dudley 
Elam Warner 
James Wakeley 
Roger Taintor 
John Hempfeted 
Daniel Mattocks 



Samuel Sherman 
Waile Lowrey 
Zachariah .Spalding 
Thomas Coit 
Benajah Douglass 
Lancel Foot 
Orren Witter 
Zebulon PenfieM 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Ira Whiting 
John U Watrous 
Famuel Little 
Benj Catlin 
Nathan Howard 
Alanson Hamlin 
Joshua .Scofield 
Ethel Keeney 
Dennis Camp 
Bela Farnham 
Samuel Pilkin 
C.C.Gates 

Robert Hyde 
E!am O. Potter 
Martin Bull 
Davkl Mill 
Oliver Johnson 
Samuel Wells 
Adino Hale 
Dan'l Hays, jr. 

William Clift 
Nathan Daboll 
Aamuel Fowler 
Russel Pierpont 
G. S. Brainard 
Win, A. Brewster 
Isaac Spencer 
Timothy Coe 



5*8 



Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killingworlh 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lv me 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Middletown 

Mi ford, 

MfM.tville 

New Canaan 

New Fai: field 

New-Hartfoid 

New Haven 

New London 

New Mil ford 

Newtown 

North Haven 

Wo, folk 

No; walk 

Norwich 

IN Stonington 

Orange 

Oxford 

1' in infield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

Preston 

liedding 

ItHljitfield 

Roxbury 

Salem 

Salisbury 

f?s; r broek 



John S. Preston 
Oliver Wilcox 



Hoswell Abernethy 
Jonathan Page 



Mills Bordwell . Philo Mills 
Ely A Elliott Dan Lane 

Wiaivsni G TorryLuther Warren 
EHsha Waterman Anderson Martift 
Joseph L Lyons Joseph Jewett 
Morris Woodruff Samuel Buell 
John Manwaring Sam'l B. Matlier 
Eliphalet Bennett Luther Kingsley 
Elijah Northara Moseley Talcott 
^aahel Merriam Levi Yale 
James D. YVoosterLarman Townsend 
Jlu gustos Cook Thomas Mather 
Samuel Dnrand, jr Elnathan Baldwin 



Wm. Raymond 
Js^ac Richards 
David Lane 
Jona Merrell 
Isaac Gilbert 
jS^mntl GhanY 
E'ihu Marsh, 2d 
Abrjah Meintt 
Theophilus Todd 
James J^hepard 
Beuy Isaacs 
Epai.hr as Porter 
3oM D Gallup 
1 A Woodruff 
Lttrue B; aid idee Charles Binneli 
Sessions Lester Squire Cady 
Ransom Biakeslee Calvin Butler 
Henry tweeting T.M. Gros*enor 
James C<>ok Denison Pafmer 

Gershom SherwoodJona R San ford 



NathM Bradford 
Samuel St. John 
Samuel T. Bam tun 
Asa Goodwin 
Andrew K'dston 
Jrhn A. Fulton 
^m Taylor 
r zra Glover 
Daniel Pierpont 
ISfath'l A't evens 
B* nj. Isaacs 
C P. Huntington 
Pud ey R W heelet 
Nathan Clerk 



•^bner Gilbert 
David Wilier 
He my Perkins 
Silas Reed 
Sana'l Cftr^r 



Kit-bard Randall 
Peter C Oakley 
John Billings 
^2bijah C. Peet 
Walk Net! 



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..-flpheus Jewett 
David Leach 
Lemue! Paisons 
LinjKS Curtis 
Jlmos Candee 
Bennlng Mann 
Dan 1 ! Lockwood 
Dixon Hj.II 
William Ramlall 

„?pol!os Fuller 
Thaddetis Toiler 
Stephen Holmes 
Ezra Chapman 
Benj Phelps 
N R Edwards 
D^vid Lawson 
Francis M'Lean 
Minor Rabbins 
David M. Cook 
Benj Carter 
Evito Moody 
El'as Clark 
It R Morgan 
Dante 1 Hickson jr. 
David She- wood 
Sam' I Gi'p'ni 
Daniel Glazier 
FJrastus Purges 
Alfred Young 
Elihu Roberts 
James Beebe 
Noyea D<ning 
N. C Sanford 
Win. I'hainberlin 
#ked *£lc«x 



AiiAl Rockwell 

John Orion 
Horatio A.Hamiitom 
Roger Whiulesey 
William H-nman 
Samuel Btudget. 
Seymour Jai vis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 

Qliver Pease 
Benj; Ply 
John \ icliols, jr c 
Joseph Howard 
John Gill t», jr. 
R Midilleht-Mok 
R be- 1 Lawson 
L P. Tinker 
Harvey Campbel 1 
Wra T. dd 
Jose i h A Tanneg 
Samuel l-e-oitt 
James Soovil 
Cafeb Kaj mond 
Wm. K, Merrima* 
fsaac Bennett 
Timo Stdlman 
Gide »n Merrick 
Sam 'I Relden, jr. 
Eliphaiet Ripley 
Eli WiUon 
James Boyd 
Justus Thomas 
Leman ^herman 
Jtahn F' x 
Ambrose I vet 



m 
JW^touarg ^octets 

OF CONNECTICUT. 



(Incorporated October, 1812.) 

The General Association is the Missionary Society of I 
Connecticut. 

Officers of the Society for the year commencing on I 

the first Wtdnesdaij of August, 1822, 

TRUSTEES. 

Hon. Jonathan 2?race 
John Caldwell, esq. 
Enoch Perkins, esq 



Samuel Pilkin, esq 
Thomas Hubbard, esq. 
Wm.W. Ellsworth, esq. 



Rev. Nathan Perkins, d.d/ 
Samuel Nott 
Calvin Chapin, d.d. 
Moses C. Welch, d.d. 
Samuel Goodrich 
Henry A. Rowland 



Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Abel Flint, d d Auditor. 
Hon. Jonathan j3race, Chairman, and 
Rev. Abel Flint, d d. Secretary of the Board of Trustees^. I 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, ) ' 

Enoch Perkins, esq. > Committee of Accounts. 
WW. Ellsworth, esq) 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
Enoch Perkins; esq. 
Ilev. Nathan Perkins, d d. 
Samuel Nott 
Moses C. Welch, d d. 
Abel Flint, d.d. 
Calv'n Chap in, d.d. 



, Committee cf Missians* 



61 
MmisVevs^ Ammity Society. 

(Incorporated May, 1814.) 

The object of this society is to provide Annuities or ]J>e 
•'hIows and children of deceased Ministers. The society 
\ to meet annually in Hartford, the second Thursday of 
flay, at 4 o'clock, P. M. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Abel Flint, d.d. President. 

Rev. Elijah Waterman, Vice President. 

Rev. Thomas Rohhins, Secret n-y. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Shubael Bartiett, \ 

William L. Strong, f T)ir-rinrs 
Joshua L.Williams, / Victors. 
Hubbil Loomis, ; 

Rev Abe! Flint, d. d. Auditor. 



AT HARTFORD, 

For the education and instruction of Deaf an& 
Dumb persons. 

(Incorporated May, 1816.) 
Hon. William Phillips, President. 

Vice Presidents for life by subscription of $200 

and upwards. 

Hon. William Phillips, Hon. William Gray, H on - lsra 



Thorndike^ William Parsons, esq Samuel Appfelon, es%v," 
Daniel Wadsworth, esq. Hon. Stephen Van liensellaer, 
Robert Oliver, esq. John Caldwell, esq. Chauncey Deming, 
esq. Charles Sigourney, esq. 

Vice-Presidents elected at the annual meeting^ 
May 12, 1829. 

f Dr. Mason F. Cogswell, Nathaniel Terry, esq David 
Porter, esq Joseph #al ell, esq. Ward Woodbridge, esq. 
Henry Hudson, esq. Rev. Benoni Upon, dd. Thomas 
Day, esq. 

Directors for life, by subscription of $100 and 
upwards. 
Joseph Battell, P C Hrooks, Daniel Buck, Mason F. 
Cogswell, John H Cobles,' Joseph C<«o: ; ds;e, Simeon For- 
rester, Heaty Hudson, William H lm)ay« James Kane, 
Eiiphalet Kimball, David M'Kmney, Israel Munsnn, 
H Overing, Samuel I'arkraan, Daniel P. Parker, 
Joseph Peahody. H. Pickman, jun. David Porter, P, 
Jiemsen, Andrew Ritchie, Samuel Salisbury., David Sears, 
John Cotton Smith, Nathaniel Terry, Wasd W ood^i idge, 
S. V S Wilder, John Jacob Astor, Christopher Colt, 
Henry W. Delavan, Samuel Rlliot, jun, Daniel D Rogers, 
Luther Scarborough. Eiiphalet Ten v, Rev. Benoni Upson, 
D d. Stephen Whitney, I homas H. Gallaudet, Eiiphalet 
^veritl. ' 

Direcors chosen at the annual ineetingj. 
Ma } 12, 1.822 

Samuel Tudor, John ftnss, esq William Ely, Davul 
Watkinson James W aid, Michael Ofcott, William Wat- 
son, Thomas C. Perkins, Chanes Seymour, lioswell Bar- 
tholomew. 



G3- 

Selh Terry, esq. Secretary. 
James H. Wells, Treasurer* 

Instiucters, 

Thomas H. Gallaudet, Principal. 
Laurent Clere, j 

William O Weodbridge, f 
Tsaac Orr, V Assistants, 

L-wis Weld, ( 

William VV. Turner, » 

Kev. Samuel Whittlesey, Superintendent 



The Domestic Missionary Society, for 
Connecticut and vicinity- 

DIRECTORS* 

Timothy Dwight. Timothy Stillman, \2 lUhew Marvin? 
Richard Hubbard, John HalUesqr*. lie* Messr-Joel Haves, 
Caleb .{ Tenney, Samuel Meiwin, Aaron Out tun, \ bel 
M FiWen, Isaac Lewis, jr. Matthew \i Dutton Daniel 
Dow 4 . Joseph Harvey. Lyman Ueecher, d d. Aaron Hovey? 
William L. Strong, Zephan*ajl Swift 

♦Samuel J. Hitchcock, esq Treasurer • 

Roger »S Skiwner, esq Auditor 
Rev. Nathaniel VV. Taylor, Secretary. 



The Constitution of this Society provides that there h& 
twenty-two directors, seven laymen,, and fifteen rle-gy- 
raen including the professor of divinity in Ya'e Coiltgea 
and the Secretary, Treasurer, and \ud tor of the So.ittv* 
who shail, ex njjicio, be Directors — and one clerical direct 
tor at iast, to be chosen from each district Association;, 



61 
Foreign Mission School, 

In Cornwall, 

Instituted and located 1815 — to instruct fo- 
reign youth of heathen nations, in literature, 
useful arts and sciences, and the principles of 
Christianity. 

It is under the controul of the American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions ; but the prudential con- 
cerns of the institution are committed to a board of agents, 
viz : 

Hon. John Tread well, Rev. Calvin Chapin, dd. Rev. 
Lyman fieecher, dd. John Talmadge, esq. Phrlo Swift, 
esq liev. Timothy Stone, Rev. Charles Prentice, Rev. Jo- 
seph Harvey. 

Rev. Herman Dagget, Principal. 
Air. John H. Prentice, Assistant 
Rev. Timothy Stone, Superintendent of Donations, 
Rev. John Northrop, Steward and Treasurer. 
John Talmadge. esq. President of the agency. 
Rev . Joseph Harvey, Secretary . 

Examinations, Tuesday before the 3d Wednesday 'in 
May, and 1st Tuesday in September. Exhibitions, the 
day following the spring examinations. Spring vacation, 
four weeks from the exhibition. Fall, fivt? weeks from 
examination 

%&u\t souatiou, 

For promoting Christian Knowledge, 

Instituted at Coventry, in I 5(4, by Mrs S&rarj Hale, de- 
ceased. Incorporated l&i-V; has an accumulating fund of 
$*,200, and an increasing Theological Library. 



65 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Amos Ilassett. d. d. President, 

Hon. Syl\ ester Gilbert, Treasure)-. 

Rev Salmon Cone, 

Ilev. William Lyman, d. i>. 

Rev. Chauncey Boothe, Secretary and Librarian. 

Nathan Howard, esq. 

filiaha Stearns, e?q. 

Annual meeting, third Tuesday in October. 

Society for the relief of the 

At a meeting of the Society for the relief of the Insane, at 
the Court- House in Middletown, on ihe 2 ( Jth Oct. 1822. 
Hon. John T. Peters, was chosen Chairman. 
Samuel 13. Woodward, Clerk. 
It was found upon examination of the .Subscriptions, that 
the following persons were constituted Vice Presidents for 
Jife, by a subscription of 200 dollars and upwards : 
His Excellency 0*i\er Wolcott, 
Hon. Elius Peikins, 
Rev. W Robinson, 
3 ion. Joshua Stow, 
Chauncey l) t ming, esq. 
Joseph Baltel, esq. 

*#nd that the following persons, with the Vice-Presi- 
dents, are Directors tor life, by a subscription of tjne hun- 
dred dollars and upwards : 

Nehemiah Hubbard. Mrs. .Abigail Hubbard, George 
Goodwin, Elisha Shepherd, Henry Seymour, Ward Wood- 
bridge, Daniel Wadswortb, Sai uel Tador. Charles Si- 
gourney, David Porter, Hon. '1 homss & Williams lames 
II. Wells, David Walkinaoti, Win, II. Imlay, Henry L. 
EST worth, William VV Ellsworth, Daniel Buck, Robert 
Watkinson, Edward Wat kin son, El iph a let Averiil, Henry- 
Hudson, Oliver D. Cook, Isabel Hathaway, Obadiah M, 



66 

Brown,* Providence, R. I. George Smith. 

The constitution of the society requiring that there be 
as many Directors elected as there are by subscription, the 
following gentlemen were chosen Directors of the InstUu* j 
ion : 

Hon. Gideon Tomlinson, Robert Fairchild, Thomas C, 
TVownell, d. d. Jeremiah Day, d d Eli Whitney, Wm. 
Leffingwel!, Eli Ives, M. d. Hon. Roger M Sherman, 
Daniel C Deforest, Charles Rockwell, Samuel F. Denison, 
John O.Miner, m.d. Hon. Zephaniah Swift, l l d. Thomas 
Hubbard, m. d Hon. Elijah Boardman, Lyman Beecher, 
d D.William Buell, u. d. Daniel Putnam, John Hull, 
Solomon F. Fuller, Hon. John S. Peters, m d, John R- 
Watkinson, Thomas Miner, m. d. William Lynde. Hon. 
John T. Peters, Mason F. Oggswell, m d. Eli Todd m d- 
Doct George Sumner, Rev. Joel Hawes, Rev. Nathaniel 
S. Wheaton, Rev Thomas Robbins, Benoni Upson, d d. 
Samuel B. Woodward, m d. Hon. Timothy Pitkin, Wil- 
liam Tully, m. d. Hon. Nathaniel Terry, Jonathan Law.' 
James Ward, Michael Bull, Hon. John Russ. 



* Deceased. 



Of the Protestant Episcopal Churchin 
the United States. 

The Right Rev. William White, DD.of Pennsylvania. 
The Right Rev. John Henry Hobart, dd. of New-York. 
The Right Rev. Alexander Viets Griswold, DD.of thi 

eastern diocess. 
The Right Rev. Richard Channing Moore, dd. of Yir 

ginia. 
The Right Rev, James Kemp, dd. of Maryland. 
The Right Rev, John Croes, pd. of New-Jersey, 



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The Right Rev. Nathaniel Bowen, dd. of South-Carolina 
l'he Right Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, dd. ll.d. of Con- 
necticut* 
rhe Right Rev. Philander Chase, dd. of Ohio. 

New-London County Bible 
Society. 

Hon. Ellas Perkins, President 

Vice Presidents— -Hon. Henry Champion, Rev. Joseph 
Strong, Rev. Bethel Judd, Rev Levi Nelsoo, William 
Woodbridge, esq. Rev. Abel McEwen, Gen. David Dcm- 
ng, Rev. Samuel Nott, Hon. Matthew Griswold, Nath! 
jhipman, esq, 

Richard Adams, esq. Treaturer* 
Robert Coit, Secretary. 

Dwight Ripley and Isaac Thompson, Esquire?, Agents 
or distributing" Bibles. 

Directors— Tsaac Thompson, Peter Richards, Edward 
.earned, Benjamin Brown, Jonathan Starr, Jr. Wm.P. 
Jleaveland, Ebenezer Learned, Thos. W. Williams, 
Cath'l. S. Perkins, Kirkby Dalrympie, Joseph Perkins, 
Dwight Ripley, Wm Williams, Jr. Charles Lathrop , Ai- 
red Mitchell, Samuel Tyler, Henry Perkins, Thomas K. 
Wilson, Daniel Huntington, Bar*a Huntington, John O. 
iliner. James Rogers 2d, Fra Hart, Abisha Alden, Erastus 
mith, Thaddeus Brooks, Charles Rockwell, Henry Strong-, 
Irasius Huntington, Wm. Cleaveland, Wm. C. Gilman, 
.G. W. Trumbull, Jesse Lathrop, Stephen Meech, Joel 
lyde, Cyrus Williams, Elisha Avery, Daniel H. Caulking 
^athaRiel Matson, Joha Smith. 



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Missionary Society 

Within the limits of the Association of the West District oj 
New-Haven County, auxiliary to the American Board g| 
Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 

Rev. Stephen W. Stebbins, President 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, d d. ) Vice Presidents 

Dea. Frederick Hotchkiss, S ' esidents. 

Rev. Erastus S.cranton, Secretary 

Mr. Nathan Clark, 2d, of Orange, Treasurer 

Dea. WiUiatn Fenr., of Milford, Auditor 

The next Annual Meeting will be at Milford, Oct 7. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain Genera' and Commander in Chief. 
Col. Jabez W. Huntington, ) a . , 7 n , . 
Co I. Oliver 8. Woleott, \ Ad ' * e «"*' 

HIS HONOR , 

JONATHAN INGERSOLL, 

Lieutenant General. 

Major Rogers Baldwin, * Aidsde-Camp, 
Major Charles \ Ingersol!,) 1S 

Major General Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-Genera!. 
Major Henry Hudson, ) a , 7 7 „ . . 

Major Woleott HuntipgtQo, \ >»**-de-Camp. , 

Col. Miehael Oloott, Quarter-Master General. 
Col J mes Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster Gener?.? 



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GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

AT HARTFORD 

toot. James M Goodwin, Major Commandant. 
1st Company, Lyndei Olmsted, 1st Lieutenant, and Capt. 

Samuel Gray, 2d Lieutenant. 

Charles Wells, 3d Lieutenant. 

Horace Hayes, 4th Lieutenant. 

William Conner, Ensign. 
horse. Baizillai 1). Buck, iVJajor Commandant. 
1st Company John E Hart, Capt and 1st Lieutenant. 

Moses Cook, 2d Lieutenant. 

John Thomas, Cornet. 

Benjamin J. Boaulman, Quarter-Master. 

AT NEW-HAVEN. 
foot. Bela T. Peck, Major Commandant. 
2d Company. Charles F. Granniss, 1st Lieut, and Capt. 
Wra. W. Boardman, 2d Lieutenant. 
„ EH W. Blake, 3d Lieutenant. 

Elisha Dickeiman, jr. 4th Lieutenant. 
Rodney Burton, Ensign. 
korse. Henry Hugghis, Major Commandant. 
2d Company \ William S; Forbes, 1st Lieutenant. 
Joshua Barnes, 2d Lieutenant* 
, William K. Tov/nsend, Cornet. 



INFANTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 
Consisting of the first and second Brigades. 

Martin Kellogg, jr. esq. Major General. 
Major Barzillai Hudson, jr. ^.^ Cam p t 
Major Henry Upson, S r 

Lt. Col. Joseph Wright, Division Inspector. 
Major Josiah At wood, Division Quarter-Master » 



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FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth 
regiments. 

George Cowles, esq. Brigadier General. 

Samuel Deming, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

James Cowles, Brigade Quarter- Master. 

George Robinson, Aid-de-Camp. 



First Regiment. 

Formed from Hartford, (except the society f 
Hartford,) Windsor, (except such part thereof 
•within the society of Turkey Hills,) East- Hertford, 
Windsor, that part of Farmington, and that part of 
bury which lies within the society of Wintonbury, 
Irenus Brown, Colonel. 
Charles S. Phelps, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Martin Rockwell, Major. 
Charles Munn, Adjutant. 
Thomas Robbins, Chaplain. 
Horace H, Sill, Quarter-MasUr. 
Henry Halsey, Paymaster. 
William Everrett, Surgeon. 
Jabez Keeney, Surgeon's Mate. 



West- 
is lies 
East- 
Sims* 



Captains. 
Henry Francis 
Chauucey Porter 
Vacant 
Eli Olmsted 

Pierpont Hollister Vacant 
Joab Loomis Justus Gillet 

Daniel French 
Richard Niles 



Lieutenants. 
Joseph Combs 
Cyrus Bissell 
Daniel Stoughton 
Luraan Hurlbut 



Ensigns 
James Church, 
Luther Barber / 
Curtis Skinner 
Samuel L. Pitkie 
Vacant 
Jona Eno, jr. 
James Allen 
Philip Barnes 



Clark Mcintosh 
William Hayden 

Luther Parsons 
Enoch P«wer» 



Anson. Bissell 
Jos'fah Phelps 

Flank Co?npanies. 
John Watson, 3d Alrey Blodget 
Wm. Taylor Ralph B Steel 

Rifle Companies. 
Oliver Wells Levi Wells 

Thomas Roberts Thomas Cooley 



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Sixth Regiment. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Glastenbury 
smd the society of Worthingtoo, in Bethlem. 

Edmund Bulkelcy, Colonel. 

Joseph Camp, Lieutenant Colonel 

Joseph Williams, Major. 

Jared G Talcott. \djutant. 

Vacant, Chaplain. 

Roderick Grimes, Paymaster 

Arthur M. Williams, Quarter-Master. 

Edward S Cone, Surgeon. 

Giles M. Boardraan, Surgeon's Mate. 

Philip H. Selew, Serjeant-Major. 

Sidney Smith, Quarter-Master Sergeant 

Samuel Wilcox, Drum-?Jajor 

— Prout, Fife-Major. 

Lieutenants 
Elijah Keach 
John O. Harden 
Jared Wells 
Thomas Danforth 
Wm. Bowers 
Spicer Leonard 
Sylvester Blrsh 



Ca plains. 
James Stand ish 
JJorace Clark 
Chauncey Turner 
Wm. Butler 
Joseph Wilcox, jr, 
E. G. Hubbard 
Asahel Hollister 

Chauncey Shipman Seth Stanly, jr, 
Elihu Coe Levi Coe 



Eiram Hodge 

George W Bull 
Samuel Galpin 

John C. Pratt 
E. Andruss, jr. 
Erastas Strong 
Morris Bailey 
Ozias CaiDf 



Jesse Loveland 
Flank Companies 
John Stillman 
Joshua Goodrich 

Rifle Companies. 
James Tibballs 
Grove Hollister , 
Edward Lewis 
Hiram Woodruff 
Harvey Strong 



Ensigns* 
Thomas Belden 
Wm. Woodward 
George Hale 
W. W. Bulkelev 
Wm. Bailey 
Jedediah Johnson 
C. Goodale 
Daniel Rice 
Curtis Coe 
Howel W . i?rowi* 



Earl Cooley 
Martin. Robbins 

Stephen Harding 
Joseph House 
Bussel Penfield 
Joel Hayden 
P. Parmef.ee 



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Fourteenth Regiment, 

Formed from Farmington, (excepting such part thereof. 
as lies within the society of Wintonbury) Burlington, Bris- 
tol, Southington, the society of West Hartford, and Berlin, * 
excepting the society of Worthington. 

Isaac Botsford, Colonel 

Joseph Wright, Lieut. Colonel 

Chester Gran n is, Major- 

Francis Hart, Adjutant 

Jonathan Cone, Chaplain 

Orin Pea vie, Quarter Master 

James D HuHlmi. Paymaster 

Julius S Barnes, Surgeon 

Caleb H. Austin, Surgeon's Mate 

Carroll Peitibone, Sergeant Major. 

Solomon Copies 2d, Quarter Master Sergeant 

Leonard Winshlp, Drum Major 

Ebcnezcr Bivins, Fife Major 

Captains. Lieutenants Emigm» 

3®zz\Ai Duttou Edward TilJotspn "Bryan Porter 

Albert Norton Cyprian Goodrich John Lee,Jr. 

lienjattim^SMer Francis Mart Norman Hart 

L Carrtngttm Ttollin Atkins Titus M. Roberts 

Cromwell' Newell Levi Upson Joel Neal 

Hez. Seidell Sylvester GoodmanSolomon S. Flagg f 

Francis Woodruff Francis Wflodfowl II. Woodruff 

Joseph £. Peck Ira Bronson .Ambrose Hart 

Flank Companies 

Vacant Koot Cridley llenselfler Cartet- 

Richard Cow.'es Natk'l Olmsiecl Sylvester Uiil 



Seventeenth Regiment. 

Formed from Nuffield, Granny, Simsbury, (excepting s« 
much thereof as lies within the society of Wintonbury] 



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that part of Windsor which lies within the society of Tur- 
key Hills, and Canton, excepting such part thereof a9 for- 
merly belonged to New- Hartford. 

Ezra A da ns, Jv Colonel 

Samuel Norris, Lieut Colonel 

I*aac Phelps. Major 

Nathaniel Pratt, Adjutant 

Allen McLean, Chaplain 

Joseph Cornish, Jr. Paymaster 

Erastus Holcomb, Quarter Master 

James C Pond Surgeon 

Joseph F. Jewett, burgeon's Mate 

George C Owen, Sergeant Major 

Famuel 9. Stebbina, Qr. Matter Sergeant 

Orrin Kendell, Drum Major 

Asaph Sanders, Fife Major 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

James Cornish ^sa Cornish Virgil Pettibone 

•Alfred Sikes Alfred Austin Warren Lewis 

Linus Moses Shubael S. Hoskins ArunaC. Moore 

Orson P. Phelps Charles T HUlier Virgil Cornish. 

Launce'.ot Foot Chanucey Moses A. Humphrey 

Chandler Owea J.C Sheldon Artcmas King 

Orvill Willcox Julius Spring Samuel Weed 

D. H. Holcomb H. Campbell George Veals 

Noadiah Case Zenas Dyer Luther Higley 

Flank Companies 

Seth King Jr. I. RirnmingtOH, Jr. Wm, Fuller 

Gift W. Adams Kol.'en Hays Chester Hayes 



First Regiment of Cavaky. 

Annexed to the First Brigade of Infantry* 



Epaphras L Phelps, Colonel 

John Collins, Major 

Elisha M Jenks, Ad/ulant 

Shubael Bartlett, Chaplain 



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Oliver E, Williams, Paymaster 

Hezekiah Spencer, Qiu»:*rer Master 

El'e! D Smith, Surgeon 

John Chuhbuck, Surgeon's Mate 

Alfred Holt, Sergeant Major 

Eiisha Kingsbury, Quarter Master Ser/'eant 



First Troop. 
Miles Foot, Captain 
Joel k. Fuller, 1st. Lt 
Asahel W. Graham, 2d, Lt. 
Harlow Case, Cornet 
Se&ond Troop* 
amuel Belcher, Captain 
Goram Fuller, 1st. Lt. 
Vacant 2d. Lt. 
v acant Cornet 



Third Troop. 
Omn Holt, Captain 
John Heath, 1st Lt. 
Lyman Colburn,2d Lt. 
Francis Hyde, Cornet 

Fourth Troop, 
Jeremy Biibs, Captain 
Jonathan Clark, 1st Lt. 
Solomon Billings, 2d Lt 
Eli Gowdy, Cornet 



Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 
Annexed to the first Brigade of Infantry, 

Richard Wilcox Colonel 

Alpheus Shumway, Major 

Norris Wilcox, Adjutant 

Noah W Stanley, Quarter-Master 

Joshua L Williams, Chaplain 

Lvsander Wells, Paymaster 

Zephaniah Swift, Surgeon 

Vacant, Surgeon's Mate 

Seldeu Peck, Sergeant Major 

William Danforth, Quarter Master Sergeaat 

Jacob Atkins, Trumpet Major 



First Troop 

Daniel Bacon, Captain 
Noadiah Rockwell, 1st Lt 
John B. Smith, 2d Lt 
Wm R. Swathel, Cornet 



Second Troop 

Dennis Rich, Captain 
Julius Bristol, 1st Lt 
Lyman Woodruff, 2d Lt 
Urban Woodruff, Cornet 



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Third Troop Fourth Troop. 

Sidney Wadsworth, Captain Lowry Hobbina, Captain 
*S'el;\h Hart, 1st Lt. Bcnj Hopkins, 1st Lt. 

Chauncey Rowe, '2d Lt John Ellis, 2d Lt 

E*noch Cornwall, Cornet Norris Wilcox, Cornet 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

€oropiising the second, seventh, tenth, and twenty-second 
regiments. 

Jeremiah Parmele, esq. Brigadier General. 

Samuel C. Johnson, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Frederick R. Griffing, Aid-de Camp. 

Joel Tuttle, jr. Brigade Quarter Master. 



Second Regiment. 



Formed from New-Haven, East-Haven, Milford, Derby, 
Oxford, and the society of ^mity, in Woodbridge. 

Denis Kimberly, Colonel. 

Andrew Beard, jr. Lt. Colonel. 

Greudley Flamison, Major. 

William S. Hotchkiss, jr. Adjutant. 

John J. Barnard, Quarter Master. 

Erastus Scranton, Chaplain. 

John Lewis, Paymaster. 

Samuel Punderson, burgeon 

Isaac Jennings, Surgeon's Mate. 

Nathaniel A. Bacon, Sergeant Major. 

Ailing Brown, Quarter Master Sergeant. 



Captains. Lieutenants* Ensigns. 

Eber R. Potter Leman Chatfield Joseph Barber 
E. B. Peck Natfcan Gvum S. U Lambert 



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Lucus Canada Jared C. Jocetyn Erastns B. Biles 

Isanc White Ebenezer Fisher Samuel She?*wood 

A. smith W Hemingway W. Hemingway 

Thomas L.O*born William Osborn Lewis Hubbell 

Ezekitl Gilbert Lyman Smith Reuben Lum. 
Eighth Company, no Returns. 

Flank Companies, 
William Piatt Theophilus St*ith Curtis Summers 

Geo. J. Whiting Phillip 3. Galpin Charles Nieholl 

Rifle Company, 
Alpheus Clarke Samuel Po'ter Almou Clarke 



Seventh Regiment. 

Formed from Durham, Killingworth,Say brook and Had- 
dam, excepting that part thereof which lies on the east 
tilde of Connecticut River. 

Wtttiam Ingham, Colonel. 

Aaron Bushnell, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Selden Huntington, Major. 

William H. Clarke, Adjutant. 

ȣaron Hovey, Chaplain., 

Vacant Quarter Master, 

Joseph H. Hayden, Paymaster. 

Reynold Weld, 2d Surgeon. 

Daniel Platts, 3d. Surgeon's Mate. 

Edward Sanford, .Sergeant Major. 

Richard E. Pratt, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

E'.isha Ingham, Drum Major. 

Asa Ingham, File Major. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Richard Chalker John Bushnell 2d John L.Whittlesey 

Daniel Ventress George B. Bailey Smith Clarke 

D. M. Griswold David P. Kelsey W. D. Kelsey 

Asher Robinson Jesse Knowles Henry Scranton 

George Read Vacant Henry Williams 



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Vacant 

Itobt. C Peters 

Elisha Clark 

Charles Stephens 
Vacant 

Zina Jones 



Alanson Rfdfield William H. Lay 
Richard L Parker George W. Warned 

U Smith Stephen Johnson 
Flunk Companies* 

Martin Gnswold l\ B. Elderkin 
Chauncy Child Vacant 

Rifle Corrupt ny 

Charles U. Hayd'en Noah P. Post 



Tenth Regiment. 

Formed from Guilford, Bran lord, North Haven and 
Watlingfotd. 

Ira Andrews, Colonel. 

William Hart, Lieutenant Colonel 

Jason Page. Major 

Henry W Chittenden, Adjutant 

Jlaron Dutton, Chaplain 

Henry Scranton, Quarter Master 

Amos Seaward, Paymaster 

Lyman Parker Surgeon 

Willoughby L Lay, Surgeon's Mate 

Timothy if Baldwin, Sergeant Major 

Vacant Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains 

George A. Foote 
William Mix 
Wm. R. Johnson 
Eleazer Warner 
Achilles Willard 
Malachi J. Tiler 
Cyrus Pen ton 
Anson Field 



' Sergeant 
Lieutenants Ensigns 

Nath'I. R. Landon Samuel Scranton 
Martin Jones 
Joseph Goodrich 
Henry Smith 



Abner Hall 
James Blackston 
Edward Tuttle 
John Graves 
Anson Baldwin 
Erastus Dudly 
James H. Benton 



I L Scranton 
Rufus Rogers 
Richard Fowler 
William Field 



Flank Companies. 
Joel Parmele George Hart Samuel Fowler, jr, 

Asaph Hail Joel Rice Eli Austin 



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Rifle Company. 
Walter Boothe Matthew Foster Levi Yale 



Twenty-second Regiment. 

Formed from Waterbury, Wolcott, Cheshire, Meridea, 
Haraden, and the society of Bethany in Woodbridge. 

Thaddeus Street, Colonel 

Bela Weiton, Lieutenant Colonel 

Ethelbert Benham, Major 

"William R. Hitchcock, Adjutant 

John Keyes, Chaplain 
Josiah C. Flagg, Quarter Master 
Edward A, Cornwall, Paymaster 

John A. Cornwall, Surgeon 
William S. Foote, Surgeon's Mate 

Caleb Bradly, Sergeant Major 
Vacant Quarter Master Sergeant 



Captains 
Marcus Bronson 
Willi arn Peck 
Stephen Seymour 
Moses Pond 
Truman Davis 
Grin Hotehkiss 
Allen Thomas 
Ames Bickham 



Enos P. Root 
Stephen Tuttle 



Lieutenants 

Vacant 
John Foster 
John Couch 
Mark Upson 
W. H. Hines 
D.M. Hotehkiss 
Abram Sperry 
Aaron Chatter ton 

Flank Companies. 

ChauRcey Root 
Vacant 



Ensigns 
Isaac Brown 
Joel Moss, 2d 
Asahel Curtis 
David R. Upson 
John Hopkins 
Castle Hotehkiss 
O. S. Chatfield 
Austin Munson 



Israel Holmes 
Lcrren Prestou 



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SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigade*. 

Amariah Kibbee, jr. esq. Major General. 

Major Ebenezer Clark, ) a: , ,* r^™* 
Major Josiah B Turner,? Auh deCam P' 

Lt.Col George L. Perkins, Division Inspector, 

Major Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr. Division Qr. Master* 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Gomprising the third, eighth, eighteenth, and twenticvk 
regiments. 

Nathan Pendleton esq. Brigadier General. 

Russell Wheeler, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

George W. Moss, Aid tie- Vamp, 

Peter Latimer, Brigade Quarter-Master. 

Third Regiment. 

Formed from New London, Watertord, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, the society of Millington, in East-Haddam, and Sa« 
em. 

John C. Ely, Colonel. 

Sylvester Champion, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elisha Caulkins, Major. 

Richard E. Selden, Jr. Adjutant. 

Lathrop Rockwell, Chaplain. 

Wm. VV. Sistare, Quarter Master. 

Joseph Noyes, Paymaster. 

Sylvester Wooster, Surgeon. 

Samuel H. P. Lee, Jr. Surgeon's Mate. 

Richard L. Lord, Sergeant Major. 

Isaac Shepard, Quarter Master Serge ant 



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Captains Lieutenants, Ensigns, 

John Prentis Ezra W. Miller James Bnlkley 

Charles W. Wait Sylvester Rowland Reuben Champion 

John W. Haughton Joshua Baker, Jr, John B. Rogers 

John Moore, 2d Calvin Spencer Daniel W"atrous 

Daniel Byrne Richard Chapel Maoassah Leech 

Zeb. Brockway, jr John G. Jewett C. Fosdick 

Horace Miller Asa Swan Seth E. Lathrop 

Griswold Avery, Jr,G T Chappell John Bush 

Flank Companies 

Charles HuntingtonErastus Smith Simeon Francis 

Nathan Grilling Reed Anderson LemueLDickiason 



Eighth Regiment. 



Formed from Groton, Stonington, North-Stonington an< 
Yoluntown. 

Stephen Billings. Colonel 

John W Hull, Lieutenant Colonel 

Joseph I) Mason, Major 

Kussel Gallup, Adjutant 

Ira Hart, Chaplain 

vV~m. S Frink, Quarter Master 

John O Miner, Jr. Paymaster 

Thomas T Wells, Surgeon 
William Hyde, Surgeon's Mate 
Ttalph R, Miner, Sergeant Major 
Luke Wheeler, Quarter Master Sergeant 
Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 

Charles H. Smth. Wm W Rodman Peleg Hancox 
Roswell Packer Santford Morgan Jl. P Edgecomb 
Absent Ansel Coats S, H, Prentice 

Caleb Potter George Hassett Parley Phillips 

Roswell Allyn Abel Allyn John Morgan 

Joseph Frink John Bieed Vacant 

Ezra Hewitt 1) R. WtieeJIer Vacant 

Daniel Mason Asa Fish T, Williams 

F'ank Companies 
Avery Gallup Elisha Morgan Vacant 



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Benj. Peabody, jr. Ji, B. Holmes Da\id Coats, Jr. 

Rijle Company. 
Goerge Ay re Rufus Williams Prenlis P. Smith 



Eighteenth Regiment. 



"Formed from Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Griswold 
Lisbon, Lebanon, at.d Preston. 

Jyn»es Clark, Jr. Colonel. 
Paul Harvey, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Asa ttoath, Major 
Nathaniel Gilbert, Adjutant. 
Petei (t C : ark, Chaplain, 
Wm. L'ii< nv edieu, Quarter Muster. 
Silas Champion, Paymaster 
U i ham P. tat on, Sugenr,. 
Horace W a (I rj, "ui^etn's M:»'e. 
Buck'it! Mftlthewson, ^ergijfcntt Major. 
Thomas Huiehius, Quai ter Master Sergeant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

B. L'Hi mvrudieu Samuel R ngers John Du ham 

Samuel Union Hi-nry K Hewitt Jonn <:. Oary 

Chester Lamb B- (I Eiffel Hen-} Fow?ep 

Oliver Johnson *<Vm. Ladd Lee trmsirong 

H.C Bnardraan John Board man KsqUJre C. Cook 

Eiisha Warren Joseph *l ibbc.rd J Burnham 

Park livery Cyrus Palmer Hos. Rusnnell 

Wm.Kelley \\ m L Ciocker Ezra Hyde 

Flank Co mpa nies. 

James Roath Simeon Lt-ter Isaac Miner 

Joseph Tilden Timothy Locmis Vacant 

Rfle Company. 

Eiisha Tyler Dwigjvi It. Tyler Alfred A. Young 

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Twentieth Regiment. 



Formed from Chatham, Colchester, East-Haddam, (ex- 
cepting the Society of Millington) Hebron, Marlborough, 
and that part of Haddam which lies on the east side of 
Connecticut ftiver. 

Guy Bigelow, Colonel. 

Pierce Darrow, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel Hurd, Major. 

Vaeant, Chaplain. 

Henry E. Sage, Quarter Master. 

Gilbert Burrows, Paymaster. 

Ezekiel Parsons, Surgeon 

Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. 

Robert Patten, Sergeant Major. 

Daniel Russel, Quarter Master Sergeant. 



Captains. 

Jehiel Annable 
Charles Kellogg 
Vacant 
Ralph Lord 
E. A. Bingham 
Orin Staples 
Nath'i G. Cone 
J. B. Hutchison 
Elisha Covill 



W. W.Campbell 
is&ae Latham 



John % Peters 



Lieutenants. 
Calvin C. Mack 
Sylvester Manger 
Vacant 

John Bigelow 
N. Chapman 
Reuben Watrous 
Kellogg Strong 
John H. Post 
David Cromwell 



Ensigns* 

Wm Gelstoa 
Chas. T. Isham 
Justin Sexton 
Cyrus Phelps 
ThosC. Fuller 
Caleb ktomis 
Bliss Welch 
Emoad G. Geer 
Oliver Dean 



Flank Companies. 
Levi Bunce Harry Shepard 

Henry J. Phelps Nathan Smith 

Jlijle Company, 
James Sparrow W. T, Turner 



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THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth Brigades. 

Henry C. Abernethy, Major General. 

Major Nath'l U I. Sjoiili, ) MdtdeCamp. 

Major George S Board man, j 

Lieut. Colonel William C. Sterling, Division Inspector 

Major John M. Sterling, Division Quarter Master. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth, and twenty-fourth 
regiments. 

Gershom Burr, Brigadier General. 

Hem j Burr, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Sylvanus Sterling, Aidde-Camp 

Henry Shelton, Brigade Quarter Muster. 



Fourth Regiment. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Trumbull, and Hunt» 
ingtcm, 
Eli L Hawley, Colonel 
Daniel Gould, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Knap, Major. 
Rosv.ell Lewis, Adjutant. 
Ashbel Baldwin, Chaplain 
Alanson F. Lewis, Quarter Master 
A: a B, Beard slee, Paymaster* 
Wra. B Nash, burgeon. 
Joseph -\!vord, Surgeon's Mate 
John M Thompson, Sergeant Major 
Win. Mill?, Qua? "er Master Sergeant 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns 

RufuB'Hoyt Ephraira H. Burr Samuel Perry 

JSamue' 0. Peck David Gorham EHakim Hough 
Burr Meeker b. J. Morehouse Burr Jennings 



Robert Wilson 
EHnhalet Banks 
S. Curtis, jr. 
S. Thompson 
Wm. Richards 



F. Brinsmade 
Henry Sherwood 



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Samuel Strati on 
Morris Alvord 
•Stephen Wells 
Hoswell Hyde 
Linson Bostwick 

Flank Companies 

David Way land 
Charles Ferry 

Rifle Company 



Wm. H.Peei 

Elijah Banks 
Charles Gilbert 
Lockwod SheltOtt 
liufus Wells 



Anson Wakely 
Charles Beunet 



Albert Edwards James Burr 



David Corning 



Ninth Regiment. 



Formed from Norwalk, Stamford, and Greenwich, 

Holly Bell, Colonel. 

Isaac Benedict, Lieutenant Coloneh 

Vacant, Major. 

Alvan Mead, Adjutant. 

Wm. M. Smith, Quarter Master* 

Theodore Davenport, Paym aster. 

Isaac Lewis, d d Chaplain. 
Reuben R. Finch, Sergeant Major. 
Nathaniel Hubbard. Quarter Master Sergeant. 
Darius Mead, Surgeon. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Horace Waterbury Luther Knap Wm. H Holly 

Vacant Drake Mead Isaac Lyon 

Cheves Hu'butt Isaac Adams Alfred Taj lor 

Jonas How B. W. Lyon T A Mead 

E W Walmsley S. S. Raymond Edward Scne!d 

Isaac Jones Asbbel Scufieid H.U. iScofield 

Flank Companies. 
Wm. M. Smith J. B. Waterbury .lohn Lawden 
Samuel Close Ailen Hobby Hr.rvey Hobby 

Two Companies not returaed. 



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Fifteenth Regiment. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting; so much thereof ai 
IS included in the society of Ridjicbury) Newtown, New- 
Milfoid, (excepting suclj part theieof as lies within the so- 
ciety of New-Preaton) Brookfield, Mew Fairfield, and 
£herman. 

John L. Andrews, Colonel. 

Gerardus Roberts, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Reuben Blackman, jr. Major. 

Thomas Blackman, Adjutant. 

Edward Taylor, Quarter Master. 

John G. Lowe. Chaplain. 

Henry J Haw ley, Paymaster 

Timothy B. Hiekock. Sergeant Major. 

Daniel A. Hoyt, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Russell B. Botstord, burgeon. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Oliver Andrews Ire! Ambler David Ambler 

Vacant | Stanley Lockwood G W. Whittlesey 

Philo Baldwin John Glover, jc Vacant 

T. \. Benedict Asahel Beebe Joel Taylor 

Darius Bristol Vacant Asher Babbitt 

N. 1 read well Amzi Rogers Lewis Beardsly 

E. G. Northrop C. E Hungerford Isaac Northrop 

Castle Betts Almon Smith Almon Treat 

Flank Companies. 
Vacant J. T. Wheeler Elijah Botsford 

Anson H. Stuart Wm. Northrop David Northrop 



Twenty-fourth Regiment. 

Formed from Redding, Ridgefield, including the whole 

gociety of Ridgebury, Weston, Wilton, and New Canaaa. 

Joseph Hawley, Jr. Colonel. 

Phineas Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Nehemiah Keeler, Major 



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Aaron Bawley, Adjutant. 
Jared Olmsted, Quarter Master. 
Abijah Ressequie, Paymaster. 
Vacant, Surgeon, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Walter Dauchy Hezekiah Scott Walter Jones. 
Joseph Belderi Aaron Olmsted George Mead 
Edward Couch Daniel S. San ford Cortes Merchant 
Charles De Forest Stephen Hoyt, Jr. Daniel Couley 
Isaac Downs, 2d Vacant E. F. Smith 

G. N. Benedict John Abbot C. Rockwell 

Bradford Wiuton Alfred Burr Edward Todd 

Lemuel Adams &t. urges Fanton Vacant 

Flank Companies 
Czar Jones Ebenezer Hawley James Stewart 

Samuel Hoyt Rut us St. Johnh H. Chambers 

Nath'l Silliman Moses H. Staples EbeuezCr S. Hal! 

Fifth Regiment of Cavalry, 
Annexed to the feurlh Brigade of Infantry- 

Samuel Canfield, Colonel. 

Vacant, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Hawley Morehouse, Major. 

Eli Mygatt, Adjutant. 

Andrew Elliot, Chaplain. 

William C. Cogswell, Quarter-Master* 

Samuel Brown, Paymaster. 

Warren R Fowler, Surgeon. 

Jehiel Williams, Surgeon's Mate, 

First Troop. Second Troop. 

Gideon Martin, Captain Elias S. A'anford. Captain 
Nathaniel Beardslee. 1st It. Frederick Seeley, 1st It. 
Sam'l S. Weller, 2d It. Wm. B. Hoyt, 2d It. 

Edmund Thomson* Cornet Czar Starr. Cornet 



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Third troo/?. Fourth Tro*p. 

Tertius D. Porter, Captain Orrin Bennett, Captain 
Abel Truesdale, 1st. It. S. R. Cushman, 1st It. 

John Webser, 2d It. John G. Noble, 2d It. 

John O. Camp, Cornet D. Morehouse, Cornet 

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SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth,thirteenth, sixteenth, and twenty- 
first Regiments. 

Morris Woodruff*, esq. Brigadier General. 

Roy a! U Hinman, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

William S. Hollabird, A if I de -Camp. 

GarritP. Welch, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



Twelfth Regiment. 

Formed from South bury, Middlebury, Wateifown, 
Woodbury, Reihlem, Roxbury, Washington! and so much 
of the towns of New-Mdford aad Kent, as lie within the 
society of New-Preston. 

Seymour Knapp, Colonel. 

Chauncey Crafts, Lieut. Colonel. 

Erastus Smith, Major. 

Samuel Jackson, Jr. Adjutant. 

John Langdon, Chaplain. 

George Y. Cutler, Quarter Master. 

Alanson Warren, Paymaster. 

Conant Catlin, Surgeon, 

Vacant, Surgeon's Male. 

Henry Downs, Sergeant Major. 

Marcus DeForest, Quarter- Master Sergeant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Thomas Root Samuel Sherman B. fJ. Andrews 

Charles Hicock Lyman Stiles C. C. Hinman 

Kormatt Muusen Jena* Baldwin damsel J&sksen,Jf. 



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isaac B. Castle E. S. Woodruff Merrit W. Barnes 

Jason Gibson Ithiel Hickox D. B. Calhoun 

Erastus Reynolds Christopher Ailyn Nathan Kiogsley 

Joseph T. Lewis Chit's Trowbridge James Wakeiey 

Harris Smith Chester Kiggs 

Flank Companies. 

H. K. Hotehkiss Stoddard Strong 

Sheldon Pierce Anson Bradley 



Jared tfrenson 

JudsoR Blackman 
Titus Pierce 



Thirteenth Regiment. 

Formed from Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon, Cornwall and 
Kent* excepting such parts thereof as lie within the socie- 
ty of New-Preston. 

ArnosHunt. Colonel. 
Walter Johnson. Lieut. Colonel. 

John ItusseM, Jr Major 
Charles T. Sedgwick, Adjutant. 

Pitkin Cbwles, Chaplain. 

Garry Averdi, Quarter Master. 

Charles Hunt Paymaster. 

John C. Calhoun, Surgeon* 

Solymar, Russell, &u>geon'$ Mate. 

Russe I H Wilcox, Sergeant Mayor. 

Harlow ttoSiabird, Quarter-Master Sergeant. 



Captains. 
John laham, *l 
John R. Fuller 
\\ Ham Tajlor 
Vacant 

E. B. >iallery 
S»epiieu Yale . 
Vac mi 
Gamaliel Everett 

S.TC.Gitett 



Lieutenants. 
■Sherman H; fiose 
Hiram Converse 
Simeon Lyman 
Da< iel Brewster 
Vacant 

Charles Hollabud 
J. S. Harrison 
Joseph Lord 

Flank Companies 
Hiram Holcomb 



Jstraeg Wads worth gsth Pierce, Jr. 



Ensigns. 
Hawley Dunning ' 
John Smith, Sd 
Daniel St. J< hn 
Andrew Surdham, 
i nson Rogers 
Chauncey Bunca 
Amaea Gr'neil 
Ephraim Lord 

Isaac White 
Phiaeas Baldwin 



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Sixteenth Regiment. 

Formed from Litchfield Goshen, Tor riogton, Harwia» 
ton, Plymouth and Warren. 

Uriel Tuttle, Colonel. 

Daniel Carle'-, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Augustus Coleman, Major. 

(iuy U. Sanford, Adjutant. 

Luther Ha t, Chaplain 

Lewis Catlin, Q tarter Master. 

Charles Woodward, Pay master. 

Samuel Bud burgeon. 

Eraatus L. Hart, Surgeon's Mate. 

Leavitt Cuttle, Sergeant Major. 

Vacant, Quarter- Master Sergeant 

Captains. Lieutenants. 

Andrew Buel S. IV rV.Ues 

Andrew Nor ton, Jr. John H. 0<»llins 
A. NT. Barber J. Cleave land 

Luman Hinman Rodney Hrac-e 

Horace -Vmilh 

9 B. Parker 

Henry C e 

Ru^ ell Carter 

Noah R. Smith 

Flank Companies. 
J. P. Brace 
Samuel Palmer 

Leavitt 'Darrow 

Rifle Compa/iy. 
James Win ship George Marsh 



Jona Wright 
Burr Goodwin 
G Woodward 
J \. Tanner 
Tracy Marsh 

E W. Holies 
A. W ad ham-, jr. 
Miles Smith 

Jacob Hubbard 



Ensigns. 
D. C. Sanford 
Willard Gaylord 

Norman Wilson 
Jliiam Loomis 
Charles Wright 
Erastus Bti.ton 
Fitch L RiRsell 
Darius Webb 
J. 8. Harrison 

Frederick Russell 
Hiram Norton 
Levi Maish 



Twenty-first Regiment. 

Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Barkhampsted, Hart* 
land, Winchester, New-Hartford, together with that part 
ff*§aaton which formerly belonged to New -Har ifoi'd 
. Jasper Bidwell, Cofoash 



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Bray ton Jones, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Augustus I'. Pease, Major. 

Vacant $ Adjutant. 

James Beach, Chaplain. 

Abraham Griffin, Quarter-Master. 

Horace J Humphrey, Paymaster. 

Lum&n Wakefield, Surgeon. 

Benjamin Welch, Jr. Surgeen's Mate. 

Be?a Sooires, Sergeant Major. 

Darius Phelps Quarter-Master Sergeant. 



Captains. 
G, Henderson 
Erastus Bens an 

Nathan Tibbels 
Abiel Case 
Hiram Cay lord 
Ira B«'ach 
Erastus Seymour 
Elisha Smith 



Lieutenants Ensigns. 

Absalom Weils, Jr.Harvy Watson 



Leister Loom is 

Benjamin Phelps 

Vacant 

Aaron Tihbels 

Abiei Beach 

Vacant 

John Wesllake 



C B. SeMen 

Frederick Phelps 
Matthew Allen 
Halsey Stevens 
Isaac I. Newton 
Vacant 
Araasa Mallory, j» e 



Henry Porter 
Pitts Goodwin 



Flank Companies. 

Dorrance .Barber Pinney North 

Abraham Spencer G. C. Kellogg. 



Third Regiment of Cavalry, 
Annexed to the Sixth Brigade of Infantry. 

Ephraim H. Morse, Colonel, 

Hosea Hinsdale, Major. 

Samuel Dai'iber, Adjutant. 

Frederick Marsh, Chaplain. 

Bryant Bradley, Quarter-Master. 

Samuel H. Foot, Paymaster. 

Andrew Ahernethy, Surgeon. 

Erastus Bancroft, Surgeon's Mate. 

Samuel A Catlin, Sergeant Major. 

Orson H. Morse, Quarter-Master Sergeant. 



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First Troop. 1 hird Tronp. 

Loring Bartlet, Captain Norman NeweM, Captain 

Elias S. Jocelyn, 1st. It. Norman Kellogg, bt.lt. 

William Burt, 2d It. Perrj Moore, 3d if. 

Jabez Jakeway, cornet Leister Newton, Cornet 

Second Troop. Fourth Troop. 

J. B. Phelps, Captain Enoa Fri?bie, jr. Captain 

Vacant, 1st It. Julius V If red, ist It. 

?amuel Dalliber, 2d It. Daniel Lord, 2d It. 

CJri Taylor, Cornet. Chester C. Goslee, Cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteenth, and twenty- 
third regiments. 

Dan'J F. Hibbard, Brigadier General. 

tfohn W. Salter, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Thomas Gray, Quarter Master. 

John Woodward, Aid-de Camp. 

Fifth Regiment. 

Formed from Windham, H: ronton, Canterbury, Brook- 
lyn, Piainfield. Sterling, asid he s mith society in Kiliingly. 
Andrew T. Judson, Colonel 
Asahel Hammond, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Erasmus Lester, Ma/or. 
Benjamin E. I'almer, Adjutant. 
George S. White. Chaplain. 
Timothy Tingley, Quarter Master, 
Uriel FuJkr, Paymaster. 
William A. Brewster, Surgeon. 
Avery Burgess. 6'urgeon*s Mate. 

Eleventh Regiment. 

Solomon Sikes, Colonel. 
Ww. Alexander, Lieutenant Colonel. 



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Calvin Day, Major. 

Asa May, Adjutant. 

Rosweli Whitmore, Chaplain. 

Hosweli Goodeil, Quarter Master. 

Abie I May, Paymaster. 

Daniel Lyman, Surgeon. 

Benjamin Hubbard, Surgeon's Mate. 

Nineteenth Regiment. * 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, ib : u>glon, Stafford, Se- 
iners and Vernon. 

John Kingsbury, Lieut. Col Commandant 

Oliver Collins, 1st Major 

Eii Hyde, id do. 

John Gooley, Adjutant 

Sylvester Lusk, Paymaster 

Milo L. North, Surgeon 

Twenty-Third Regiment. 

Ju.nes VYhite, Culo«el 

Chester Daggett. Lieutenant Colonel 

Amos I > u g ; b e e , M jjo r 

lioyal Storrs, .\djuunt 

Alanson Li tie, quarter master 

Charles Lincoln, paymaster 

Moses C vVelch. Chaplain 

Silas Fuller, burgeon * 

Orin Hunt, Surgeon's Mate 
Buroam Hubbard, Sergeant Major 
Solomon Parker, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Second Regiment of Cavalry. 
Andrew Welles, Colonel. 
Jacob Dressor,Ma/or. 
John H. Gilbert, Quarter Master. 
George P. Gardner, Paymaster. 
l"hilo Judson, Chaplain. 
Luther Maning, Surgeon. 



Samuel Simons. Surgeon's Mate. 

Jabez Fitch, Sergeant Major. 

Jeremiah Mm son, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Prentice Parkisy Trumpet Major. 

Q^j 3 * Iti consequence of the late retu-ns made of this 
brigade, it could not be inserted in its place ; aor in full. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consists of two regiments of Light Artillery, eich re;r< 
ment of three battalions, and each battalion of four com- 
panies ; und three regiments of Horse Artillery, esch regi- 
jfnent consisting of two battalions, and each battalion of 
two companies. 

Nathan Johnson, esq. Brigadier General. 

Daniel Col J, Brigade M*j >r and Inspector. 

Oliver Cooke, jr. Brigade Quarter Master. 

John Olmsted, Aid de Camp. 



HORSE ARTILLERY. 

tint Regiment 

Russell Hall, Colonel. 

David R. Baldwin, Lieute'-aat Co'one'. 

William Graves Major. 

Julias Maltby, Qr Mas. Alexander Harrison, Adjutant. 

f>eorge Kirtland. Paymaster Vacant, Surgeon Constant 

Kirlland, Sergeant Major. Elizur Harrison, Quarter Mas- 



ter Serjeant. 

First Company. 
Philo Harrison, captain 
David Leek, W. It. 
Noah Fowler, jr Vd do. 
T. Hariholomew, jr. 3d do. 
Eliakim Liusley, 4th do. 
Miner Fowler, jr. co net 

Second Company. 
Thomas Hubbard, captain 
Charles A Stanley, 1st It. 
Thaddeus Cook, %d do. 



lohn Fields, 3d do. 
'Vatrous Ives, 4th do. . 
Sylvester Hull, cornet 

Third Company. 
Enoch W. Piatt, captain 
Leveret Treat, 1st It. 
Newton Baldwin, 2d do 
Levert t Carrington, 3d d© 
Zina Hotchkiss, 4'h do. 
SiSnoch W oodruffj cornet 



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' Fourth Company. 
George Clark, captain 
B. J. Meigs 1st It. 
John Harris, 2d do. 



Vacant 3d de. 
Vacant, 4th de. 
Vacant, cornet 



Second Regiment. 

George Kinney, Coione!. 

Henry Hazen, Lieut Colonel, Stanton Hewitt, Ma/or 

JVo return oj staff" or com. officers. 



Third Regiment. 
Abel Hal!, Colonel. 
Joseph W. Gorhara, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Wheeler, Major. 
F "Robert Middlebrook, Adjutant. Stephen Summers, 
quartet* master. Samuel Head, paymaster. Elijah Mid- 
dlebrook surgeon. Burr Perry, sergeant mpjor. Charles 
G. Haw ley, quarter master sergeant, Stephen Middle- 
brook, surgeon's mate. 



First Company . 
George She! ton, captain 
.Samuel C Curtiss, 1st It. 
Joseph Sherman j 2d do. 
Isaac Cummiig's, 3d do. 
David Beardsiey, 4th do. 
David Wheeler, comet 
Second Company. 
E, L. &iHiman captain 
James Scott, 1st It. 
Charles Seymour, 2d do. 
Joseph Silliman, 3d do. 
Sam'! W. Knap, 4th &>. 
C. H Middlebrook, cornet 



Third Company. 
David Hiil, jr. captain 
Lewis Burr, 1st it. 
James B Wilson, 2d do 
David .Jennings, 3d do. 
Dante! Wheeler^ th do. 
Bradley Hid, cornet 

Fourth Company. 
Conklin Husted, captain 
Charges Hendric, 1st It. 
Israel K Wood, 2d do. 
Earl Smithy 3d do. 
lohn €. San ford 4th do* 
Smith Scott, cornet 



LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New. London, Norwich, Lyme, !)anb urji 
Stratford, Nor walk, New-Havenj *aybrook, Haddum, GcisJ ■ 

wold, Killing worth and Derby. 



First Regiment. 
John \j. TondtnsDn, Colonel. 
Philos Blake, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Coit, 1st Major. 
Eli A Ellsworth, 2d Major. 
JVI. A, Durand, Adjutant, Win. H. Lyude, quai ter mas- 
ter. Hart Talcott, chaplain. Vacant, pay master. ylves- 
ter Buckley, surgeon. 

Harvey Hntchkiss, sergeant major. * 

Amos ttoovill, quarter master sergeant. 



First Company 
Wm. H. Clark, captain 
Elijah F. Dutton, 1st It. 
Joseph Jackson, 2d do. 

Second Company. 
Nath'l Merrick, captain 
Vacant, 1st It. 
Vacant, 2d It. 

Third Company. 
Geo. H. Chaduick. captain 
Asahel Rowland, 1st It. 
Joseph Peck. 3d, 2d do. 

Fourth Company. 
Ben). Ambler, captain 

'a Gregory. 1st It. 
Lewis S. Hoyt, 2d do. 

Fifth Company. 
Charles Foot, captain 
A. R. Sherwood, 1st It. 
Philip P Porter, 2d do. 

Sixth Company. 
Wm. Bureell, captain 
tfoah Barnum, 1st It. 
Daniel Sanford 2d do 
Seventh Company t 

Second 
Formed from Brook! 



Charles llequembourg, capt. 
Egbert D. Peck, 1st It. 
foshna Bennett, 2d do. 
vVyllis Peck, 3d d«. 
Henry Peck, 4th do. 

Eighth Company. 
.-Alfred Wot ihiogton, captain 
Sylvester Cha'ker, 1st it. 
Jabez South worth, 2d do. 

Ninth Company. 
Dudley Clark, captain 
fio8well Brainard, 1st It. 
David B. Vcotric, 2d do. 

Tenth Company. 
Hezekiah Prentis, captain 
Joseph Ut'ev, 1st It. 
Jess- B. Paul 2d do. 

Eleventh Company. 
Vacant, captain 
Philoe Hill, 1st It. 
Samuel DibhJe, 2d do. 

Twelfth Co trip a ny. 
William bum, captain 
tostafc S. Washburn, 1st It. 
Cark Wooster, 2d do. 

Regiment, 



foliand, East-Hartford, Pom- 
Vet, Ivlllingly, Sharon, Windham, Hebron, Bristol, Hart- 
ord, Washington, fcimsbury, Canton, Winchester, and 
iarkhampsted. 

Deciu3 Humphrey, Colonel. 



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Daniel Woodruff, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Josiah Dean, 1st Major. 

Ira Sherman, 2d do. 

Samuel Dodd, Adjutant. Joy 11. Fairchild, chaplain 

Geoige C. Skinner, paymaster. Henry Webb. 26, quarter 

mailer. Chester Hunt, Surgeon. Vacant r surgeon's mate. 

William Mather, jr. sergeant major. Hector F. Phelps, 

quarter master sergeant. John Bingham, drum major. 



First Compuvy. 
Samuel Cndv, captain 
Lucius Cady, 1st it. 
Pierce Park hurst, 2d do. 

Second Company. 
Hazard (lull, captain 
&elah Brown, 1st It. 
Horace Rose, 2d do. 

Third Company. 
Solomon Oi coated, captain 
E. P. Huntington, 1st It. 
Charles H. O.'msted, 2d It. 

Fourth Company. 
Braton Hhrtmore, captain 
John Spencer, 1st It. 
Benj. U>d( -\ wood. 2d do. 

Fifth Company. 
Geo. Fpamod, captain 
3 aims Smith, 1st It. 
Vacant, 2d do. » 

Sixth Company. 
Vacant, captain 
Vacant, 1st Lieutenant 
Henry Gay. 2d do. 



Seventh Company. 
lichartj Peck, captain 
Jhaurtcey Ives, 1st It. 
George Buckley. 2d do. 
Eighth Company 
Horace Goodwin, captain 
Joseph Church, 1st It. 
James 5. /J iikham 2d do* 

Ninth Company. 
Wm. Odell, captain 
Welcome Geer, 1st It. 
John Gunn, 2d do. 

Tenth Company. 
Aurora Case, captain 
Elisha Sugden, 1st It. 
Wm H. Hal'ock 2d do. 

Eleventh Company. 
Alvin Sqmres, captain 
Vacant, 1st It. 
Henry A hen. 2d do. 

Twelfth Co7npany. f 
Ira Sherman, captain 
Samuel Worcester. 1st It. 
Marshall Perry, 2d do. 



JUDGK ADVOCATES. 

Isaac Tousey, esq. for Hartford Ccn.ity. 
Rector Humphi eys esq. for New-Haven County,, 
Hen y Strung, esq. for New-London County. 
Ebenezer Seeley esq. for Fairfield County. 
Simon Davis, jr. esq. for Windham County. 
Truman South, ej,q. for Lhehfie d County. 
Jona. ifarnes, jr. esq. for Midd estx County, 
plisha Stearns, esq. tor Toliand County, 






General Grand Encampment of the 
United States. 



M W Sir DeWUt Clinton, of Albany, (N. Y.) G G Master 
Sir Henry Fowler, of Boston, (Ms.) 1) G G Master 
Sir John Snow, of Worthington, (Ohio) G G Gene- 
ralissimo 
Sir Ezra Ame?, of Albany, (N.Y ) G G Captain 

General 
Rev. Sir Paul Dean, of Boston (Ms) G G Prelate 
Sir Martin Hoft'man, of New-York, G G Senior 

Warden 
Sir John Carlisle, of Providence, (R. I ) G G Junior 

Warden 
Sir Peter Grinnell, of Providence, (R. I.) GGT 
Sir J J. Loring, of Boston, (Ms,) G G Recorder 
Sir Thomas Lowndes, of New* York, G G Warder 
Sir Jonathan Schieffelia of New-York, G G Stan- 

dkrd Hearer 
Sir Ebenezer Wadsworth, of Nassau, (N.Y.) G G* 
Sword Bearer 



Washington Encampment 

Of Knights Templars, held at N. London and Colchester 

Sir Elizur Goodrich, jun G Commander 
Lyman Law, Generalissimo 
John S. Peters, Captain General 
James Cu.shrnan, Preiate 
Asa IBigeiow, Treasurer 
David Deraing, Recorder 
John French, Senior Warden 
Andrew Harris, Junior Warden 

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Avery Morgan, Standard Bearer 

Guy Bigelow, Warder 

Charles Butler, G. Sword Bearer 



Grand Council of Select Masters in the 
State of Connecticut. 



T. II. Laban Smith, G P 
E Elizur Goodrich, D G P 
B Jeremy Hoadley, GTl 
E John L. Lewis, G P C 
Jeremy Ladd Cross, G C G 
E Andrew L. Harris, G C G 
E Andrew Kidston, G T 
E William H.Jones, G R 
E and Rev. Menzies Rayner, G C 
E Augustus Andrus, G S 



General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch 
Masons, in the United States. 

M E and Hon. DeWitt Clinton, G G H Priest 
E Henry Fowler, D G G H Priest 
E John (Snow, G G King 
E Philip P. Eckel, G G Scribe 

E John Abbott, G G Secretary / 

E Peter Grinnell, G G Treasurer 
E and Rev. Jonathan Nye, G G Chaplain 
E David C. Cowan, G G Marsha!. 



Grand Chapter of Royal A,rch Masons 
in Connecticut. 



M E Lyman Law, G H P 
E Laban Smith, D G IT P 
E Thomas Hubbard, G K 



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Elizur Goodrich, jun. G S 
Frederick Lee, G Treasurer 
John Mix, G S 
Menzies Rayner, G Chaplain 
Jeremy L. Cross, G M 
William G. Betts, G C 

The following Companions were appointed 
Grand Visitors for the Slate. 

Jeremy L Cross, James Cushman, Andrew Harris 
The next Grand Convocation will be held at Hartford; 
•n Thursday, the 10th of May, 1823. 



Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 

M W Lyman Law, G M 

R \V Ralph I. Ingersoll, DGM 

W Eiizur Goodrich, jun. S. G. W. 

W Daniel B. Brinsmade, J G W 

W Laban T. Smith, GT 

W Wm. H.Jones, G Sec. 

W Jeremy L. Cross,, G L 

W Thomas K Brace, S G D 

W Jasnes Carrington, J G D 

Wand Rev. Menzies Kayner, G C 

W Augustus Jlndios, G T 



COUNCILS 

Under the jurisdiction of the Grand Council of 
Select Masters in the State of Connecticut. 



No. 1, Wolcott, Hartford 

2, Montgomery, Ashford 

3, Frandklin, Norwalk 

4, Cushing, New-London 



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5, Watroua, Colchester 

6, Washington, Stamford 

7, Cross, Kent 

8, Harmony, New-Haven 

9, — — Middletown 

10, Olive Branch, Canterbury 
11>- - Newtewn 



CHAPTERS. 

The Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Roy- 
al Arch Chapter, are as follow :— - 

Hiram Chapter, No. I, Newtown 
Franklin Chapter, No. 2, New- Haven 
Solomon Chapter, No. 3, Derby 
Franklin Chapter, No. 4, Norwich 
Vanderbrook Chapter, No, 5, Colchester 
Washington Chapter, No. 6, Middletown 
Union Chapter, No. 7, New-London 
Lynch Chapter, No. 8, Reading and Weston 
Trinity Chapter, No. 9, Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, No. 10, Woodbury 
Rittenhouse Chapter, No. 11, Stamford 
Warren Chapter, No, 12, Pomfret 
Jerusalem Chapter, No. 13, Stratford 
Hamilton Chapter, No. 1 4, Kent 
Meridian Chapter, No 15, Canaan f 

Darius Chapter, No. 16, Litchfield 
Pythagoras Chapter, No. 17, Hartford; 



Master Lodges in Connecticut. 



No. 1 Hiram, New- Haven 
2 St. John's, Middletown 
S St. John's Bridgeport 

4 St. John's, Hartford 

5 Union, Stamford 



6 St. John's, Norwalk 

7 K.SoIomon'sjWoodburj 
3 St. John's, Stratford 

9 Compass, Wallingford 
10 Wooster, Colchester 



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11 St. Paul's, Litchfield 

12 King Hiram, Derby 

13 Montgomery, Salisbury 

14 Frederick, Farniington 

15 Moriah, Canterbury 

16 Temple, Cheshire 

17 Federal, Watertown 

18 Hiram , Newtown 

19 Washington, Hunting- 

ton 

20 Harmony, Berlin 

51 St. Peter's, N. Milford 

22 Hart's, Weodbridge 

23 St. James's, Preston 

24 Uriel, Mansfield 

25 Columbia, Glastenbury 

26 Columbia, E Haddam 

27 Rising Sun, Washington 

28 Morning Star, E.Wind 
sor 

29 Tillage, Canton 

30 Day-Spring, Hamden 

31 Union, New-London 

52 Meridian Sun, Warren 
33 Friendship, Southington 
£4 Somerset, Norwich 

35 Aurora, Harwinton 

36 St. Mark's, Gran by 



37 Western Star, Norfolk 

38 St. Alban's, Guilford 

39 Ark, Western 

40 Union, Danbury 

41 Federal, Brookfield 

42 Harmony, Waterbury 

43 Trinity, Kjllingworth 

44 Eastern Star, Lebanon 
and Windham 

45 Pythagoras, Lyme 

46 Putnam, Pomfret 

47 Morning Star, Oxford 

48 St. Luke, Kent 

49 Jerusalem, Ridgefield 

50 Warren, Andover 

51 Warren, Chatham 

52 Mount Olive, Saybrook 

53 Widow's Son, Norths 
Stonington 

54 Hamilton, Sharon 

55 Seneca, Torriflgton 

56 Franklin, Bristol 
5# Asylum, Stonington 

58 Northern Star, Bark- 
hamsted 

59 Apollo, Suffield 

60 Wolcott, Stafford 

61 Olive Branch, Goshen 
62 Orieu^ E, Windsor 



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CONNECTICUT 

OFFICERS 

Of the Medical Society of Connecticut, chosen 
at the Annual Convention, held at New-Haven, 
on the Sth and 9th of May, A D. 1822 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. President. 
Eli Todd, m.d. Vice President 
John S. Peters, Mo d. Treasurer. 
Jonathan Knight* m. d. Secretary. 

Fellows from the several Counties. 

Bartford—Dvs. Eli Todd, m. d. Elijah F. Reed. Wm. 
S. Pierson, George -Sumner, m. d Samuel B. Woodward, ; 
M, d. 

ATew Haven— Drs. Eli Ives, m. d. Jonathan Knight, 
m. d. Timothy P. Beers, John Titsworth, m. d. Virgil M. 
Dow. 

J\erv- London-— Drs John O. Miner, m.d. Avery Downfer, 
George Tisdale, Frederick Morgan, M. d Dyer T. Brain- 
ard 

Fairfield— Drs. Nathan Tisdale, Elijah Middlebrook,MD. 
Cyreneus H. Booth, Jabez G Hardyear, m. d. Gideon 
Beardslee. 

Windham — Drs. Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Luther Man- 
ning, Charles Moulton, Earl Swift, Archibald Welch. 

Litchfield— Drs. Samuel Rockwell, M. d. William Buell, 
m.d Warren R, Fowler, m. d Roswell Abernethy, Co- 
nant Catlin. 

Middlesex —Drs. Thomas Miner, m. p. Samuel Carter* 
Andrew F, Warner, 



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Tolland— Tin. John S. Peters, md. Nathan Howard, md. 
Eleazer limit* 



Clerks in the several Counties. 

Hartford— George Sumner 
New- Haven— Sam ue I Pu nderson 
New -London— William P. Eaton 
Fairfield— Elijah Middlebrook 
Windham— Waldo Hutchins 
Litchfield— Roswell Abernethy 
•Middlesex — Andrew F. Warner 
7W/a?z</— -Eleazer Hunt 

Drs. W. R. Fowler, and Woodward, Auditors of the 
Treasurer's Accounts. 

Drs Thomas Miner, W. R. Fowler, and Eli Todd, 
Committee of Examination, 

Votedf That the following premiums be awarded by this 
Convention, viz : 

A piece of plate, or a medal of the value of g15, to the 
heat dissertatation upon any subject in medicine or surgery. 

One of glO to the 2d best, do. 

AndoneofglO to the best do. upon the nature and med- 
ical use of any article of the Mat. Med. indigenous to this 
state. 

Voted, That the distribution of these premiums shall be 
according to the following rules, viz : 

No persons except members of the Connecticut Medical 
Society shall be candidates for the premiums. 

Drs. Knight, Woodward and Todd shai! be a Commit- 
tee to receive the dissertations and award the premiums 
to those which they shall think worthy of them. 

The dissertations offered for the premiums shall be 
transmitted to the Committee before the 1st of April, 
A.© 1823, 



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Every dissertation shall be accompanied with the name 
cf the writer in a sealed packet. Those packets only ac- 
companying the dissertations to which a premium is a- 
warded, shall be broken. 

All dissertations to which no premium is awarded, with 
their accompanying packets, shall be disposed of as may be 
directed by their respective authors. 

The names oftbe authors of those dissertations to which 
premiums are awarded, shall be reported to the next an- 
nual Convention and entered upon its records, and the 
dissertations shall be read before the Convention 

If no dissertation shall be presented to the Committee, 
which in their opinion, is worthy of a premium, they are 
at liberty to withhold the premium, and report the fact to 
the next annual Convention. 



MmUu in t&mnuUmt. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President 
Horace Burr, Cashier 

Directors Nathaniel Terry, Andrew Kingsbury, 

Chauncey Deming, David Watkinson, James H. Wells, 
James Ward, Eliphalet Terrv, Henry Hudson, Spencer 
Whiting, Joseph Trumbull, Gad Cowles, Wra. W. Ells- 
worth, Henry Seymour, on the part of the S)ate : lienor 
W. Ellsworth, esq. Attorney for the P.ank. 
Annual Meeting of Stock holders, 2d Thursday of June- 
Discount Days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.— 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock on these- 
day*. 



PIKENIX BANK. 

PRINCIPAL BANK AT HARTFORD. 

Charles Sigouraey, esq. President 
George Beach, esq. Cashier 
Directors— Charles fcigourney, Ward Woodbridge* 



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Thomas Day, Cyprian Nichols, Daniel Buck, John T. Pe- 
ters, Elipfealet ./ZveriU, Jesse Savage, Samuel Tudor, jr. 
John Russ, Charles Seymour. Walter Mitchell, esq. At- 
torney for the Bank. , 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Benjamin Talmadge, esq. President. 
Austin Kilbourn, esq. Cashier 
Directors— Benjamin Talmadge, Seth P. Beers, Jabez 
W. Huntington, Wm. Buell, David S. Boardman, Erastus 
Lyman. «Seth P. Beers, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount Days, Mondays and Thursdays 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 

HARTFORD SAVING SOCIETY. 

Daniel JV"ads worth, esq. President 
Vice-Presidents— Ward Woodbridge, Jnrnes H. Wells, 
Michael Olcott, John T. Peters, David Porter, Michael 
Bull, Charles Sigourney, John Puss, Cyprian Nichols,Isaac 
Perkins, David Watkins\m, William Ely. 

Trustees— Mason h\ Cogswell, Henry Hudson, Samuel 
Tudor, jr. Russel Bunce, James G. Hosmer, Charles Hos- 
mer, Thomas Day, George Coodvvin, jr. Lorenzo Bull, 
James R. Woodbridge, Janes M. Goodwin, Joseph B Gil- 
bert, John Butler, ilenry Kilbourn, Christopher Colt, 
Barzillai Hudson, jr. Roderick Terry, Horace Burr, Geo. 
Beach, Normand Smith, Thomas K« Brace, Jesse Savage, 
Henry Waterman, Stephen /Spencer. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary 
Eiislia Colt, Treasurer 

The office of the Saving Society is open at the dwelling 
house of the treasurer, church street, every Wednesdays 
from 2 to 5 o'clock, Jr. M. 



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NEW-HAVEN BANK. 

4 iEneas Munson, jr. President. 

H. R. Pynchon, Coshier. 
■ Directors.— iEneas Munson, jr. David Daggett, Simee* 
Baldwin, Stephen Muggins, He&ry Denison, Abraham 
Bradley, jr. Charles ^twater, Isaac Townsend, Erastus 
Lyman ; John Nicoll, on the part of the state. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of July 
Days of discount. Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness from 10 o'clock, A.M. to 3 o'clock, P.M. 



EAGLE BANK AT NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. President. 
William S. Rossiter, Cashier 
Directors — George Hoadley, Jehiel Forbes,Nathan Peck 
Charles Denison, William McCrackan, William Bristol; 
Abraham Bishop, Norman Dexter, James Hillhouse. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, the third Tuesday in 
July. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hours of 
business, from 10 o'clock A. M. to 3 o'clock EM. 

SAVING BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. President. 
Obadiah Hotchkiss, V. President 
Charles Denison, esq* Secretary. 
Managers— Eli W r hitney, Abraham Bishop, Wm. Me 
Crackan, Wm. Moseley, Seth P. Staples, Wra. Baldwin, 
Isaac Gilbert. 
Amount of Deposits, 54,000 dollars. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

George Hallam, esq, President. 
Robert Hallam, esq. Cashier* 



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Directors— George Hallam, Jonathan Starr, Daniel La* 
throp, Joseph Perkins, John Hallam, Jirah Lsham, Robert 
Coit, Peter 11 chat ds, Wm # Williams, jr Ezra Chappell, 
Jonathan Starr, jr. J'»hn O. Miner. 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in June 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 o'clock, A.M. and from 2 to 4 o'- 
elock P. M. 

NEW-LONDON BANK. 

V 

Elisha Denison, esq. President 
An'hony Thatcher, Cashier 
Directors-— With* Oenr-on. Eiias Perkins, Edward Chap* 
pell, Isaac Thompson. Jacob R Gurley, VVm. P. Cleave- 
land, Thos W* Willi ms, Abrara Shepard, Noyes Barber. 
Annual Meeting ot Stockholders, firs' Tuesday of July. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays ami Fridays* Hours of busi- 
ness, from 10 to 12 o'clock A. M. and from 3 to 4 P. M- 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, esq. President. 
Elisha Perkins, Cashier. 
r Directors.— Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, Zach- 
ariah Huntington, Dwight Ripley, Char'es P.Huntington, 
Benjamin Coit. Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Nathaniel tfhipraan, Joseph Huntington, Jacob 
W- Kinney, ^?sa Fitch 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Monday of June. 

Days of discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours ot busi- 
ness, from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M and from 2 to 4 P. M« 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq. President 
Thomas Hubbard, Cashier 
Directors — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, John 
R. Watkinson, Joseph W. AUop, Samuel Gill, Joseph 



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Hubbard, Samuel Southmayd, Samuel D. Hubbard, Wil- 
liam L. Storrs, Epaphroditus Champion, Timothy Starkey. 
Thomas Mather, on the part of the State. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE 
UNITED STATES' BANK 

(Located at Middletown) 

Enoch Parsons, esq. President 

Joshua P. Burnham, Cashier 

Directors — Enoch Parsons, Elijah Boardman, Samuel 

Mather, Justin Lyman. Henry Carrington, Henry L De- 

Sioven, Elisha Shepard, Talcott Wolcott, Minor Hotchkiss. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

John S.Cannon, esq. President 

George Hayt, Cashier. 

Directors— Isaac Bronson, John S Cannon, Jessup 

Wakeman, Ebenezer Jessup, Salmon Hubbell, David Mi 

not, Thaddeus Hubbell, Wra, Peet, Lambert Lockwood. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday of 
July. * 



STONINGTON BANK. 

William Randall, esq. President 
Francis Amy, Cashier 
Directors— William Randall, Edmund Fanning, Giles * 
R. Hallam, William Williams, Samuel F. Denison, Elish?. 
Faxon, Ephraim Williams. Gurdon Trumbull, William 
JLord, William Sterne, Peieg Denison, John W* Hell, 
Cyrus Williams. 
Discount days, Wednesday s, at 2 o'clock, P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in September. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President 
*#dams White, jr. Cashier 
Directors Jo»er>h Eaton, David Bolles Vine Robinioa, 



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Thomas Hubbard, John M'CIellan, Andrew T. Judson,, 
, James Gordon, Ebenezer Williamson, Samuel L. Hough, 
Elkanah C Eaton, Ebenezer Young, Uulus Adams, Clia's 
Sabin. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in July. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

HARTFORD. 

John Caldwell, esq. President. 

William W. Ellsworth, esq. Secretary. 

UNION COMPANY.^ - 
Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Elisha Colt, esq. Treasurer & Secretary. 

NEW-HiVEN. 

Elias Shipman, esq. President. 
John Shipman, esq. Secretary 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Joseph W ^Isop, esq. President. 
Samuel B. Rtdfield, esq. Secretary. 

NEW-LONDON. 

Blisha Denison, esq. President. 

David Coit, esq. Secretary, 

OCEAN, NEW-HAVEN. 

Roger Sherman, esq. President. 
Truman Woodward, esq. Secretary and Treasurer, 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, 
HARTFORD. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq President, 
Walter Mitchell, esq. Secretary, 



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Directors— Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel Patten, James 
H Wells, Henry Hudson, Edward Watkinson, Roswell 
Bartholomew, Eliphalet Terry, Spencer Whiting, 6eth 
Terry. 

JETNA, HARTFORD. 

Thomas K. Brace, esq. President. 
Isaac Perkins, esq. Secretary. 
Directors— Thomas K. Brace, Henry L. Ellsworth, 
Thomas Beiden, •Samuel Tudor, jr. Henry Kilbourn, Griffin 
Stedman, Joseph Morgan, Blisha Dodd /Charles Babcock, 
Christopher Saunders, Isaac Perkins, Jesse Savage, Nathan 
Morgan, Joseph Pratt, George Beach, Joseph B. Gilbert, 
and Thomas S. Williams. 

NEW-HAVEN FIRE INSURANCE. 

Simeon Baldwin, esq. President. 
Roger S. Skinner, Secretary. 
Henry R. Pynchon, Treasurer. 

NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Charles P.Huntington, esq. President. 
Joseph Williams, esq. Secretary. 



NORWICH MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

Ebenezer Huntington, esq. Treasurer. ' 

Joseph Williams, esq .Secretary. 

Names of Turnpike Roads and Commissioners. 

2?00?ow— David Keyes, Calvin Whiting. 

Uridgepert & Neivtoiv?i 
Noah A, Lacy Abel Beers. 



HI 

Canaan & Salisbury. 
Benajah Douglass, Jeremiah Hob ford 

Chatham & Marlborough 

Timothy Woodbridge, Farwell Coit, 

Cheshire — Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pon«f ; 

Chester & North Killing-worth. 

Moses Warren, Ebenezer llrockway 

Colchester & Chatham 

Daniel Burrows, Abner Hendee 

Colchester & J\ orwich. 

Timothy Woodbridge, Levi VTaldo. 

Columbia — Daniel Burrows, David Norton. 

Connecticut — Simeon H.Miner, Jeremiah Sturge9 

Connecticut & Rhode -Island 

Heraan Storrs, Luther Warren 

Cornwall & Warren 
Joshua Lovell, Samuel Robert! 

Corn-wall & Washington 
John Tallmadge, Josiah Finney. - 

D anbury & Ridge fie Id 

Samuel H. Phillips, Stephen Hoyt 

Durham *z East- Guilford 

Joshua Stow, Hezekiah Rice 

East-JIaddam & Colchester. 

Benjamin Coit, John DeWitt 

East-Hartford ts? Tolland 

Elijah House, Ashbel Chapman, 

Essex — William Carter, tibial A. Loomis 

Farmington River-— James Humphreys, Lent Benhara, 

Fairfieldt Redding & Weston. 

Phineas Taylor, John Hull 

Goshen & Sharon 

Samuel Roberts, Joshua Lovell 

Granby— John Caldwell, Jeffery O. Phelps 

Greenwoods— Benajah Douglass, Joseph Riggs 

Groton & Stonington 

Henry Channing, Benjamin Coit. 

lladdam & Durham 

Joshua Stow, John Swathe!. 



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Hartford cJ J\ ew* Haven 
Charles H. Pond, Luther Beckley 

Hartford ££ New-London 

James Mitchell, Simeon Smith 

Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New-London Counties. 

Elijah House, Daniel Hutchinson 

Hartford and Tolland: 

Elijah House, Ashbel Chapman, 

Hartland — *4aron Austin, Horace Higley 

Hebron and Middle- fJaddam. 

David Norton, Daniel Burrows 

Housatonnic— Aaron Hitchcock, Charles H. Pond 

KiUingworth and Haddam 

Jedediah Harris, Jared Elliott 

Canaan and Litchfield* 

Benajah Douglass, Michael P. Mills. 

Litchfield and Corn-wall 

(Samuel Seymour, John Phelps 

Litchfield and Harwinton, 

Calvin Butler, Stephen Deming. 

Litchfield and JKew-MilJord, 

John Phelps, Warren R. Fowler 

Midale — Aaron Hitchcock, Nathan Preston 

Middlesex — Justin Lyman, Joshua Stow 

Middletown and Berlin. 

Joshua Stow, Hezekiah Rice 

Middle town and Durham* 

Charles H. Pond, Joshua Stow. 

Middletown and Meriden, t 

Hezekiah Rice. Justin Lyman, 

Mohegan— Geo, Williams, Ch'r. Manwaring 

J\ew-Haven and Derby, 

Charles H. Pond, Edwin E. Lewis. 

Neiv- Haven arid Milford, 
Charles H. Pond, Edwin E. Lewis. 

New-London and Lyme, 

James Mitchell, Christopher Griffing. 

^New-London and Windham Counties. 

Alexander Stewart, jr. William Turner. 

New-Milford and Sherman, 

Daniel A. Picket, Israel Camp. 



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JVcw Preston 
Warren R. Fowler, John Phelps 

JVonvctlk & JJ anbury 

Billy Comstock, Zulmon Wiidman 

Norwich & Woodstock 

Adams Whi;e, jr. Edmund Freeman 

Oxford— May 1795 

Gideon Judson, Cliarles If. Pond 

Pettipaug & Guilford — Moses Warren, Erastus Seldei. 

flimmon Falls —hhn Moseley, Charles H. Pond 

Sharon & Cornwall 

Oliver Kellogg, David (iay 

Stafford Mineral Springs 

Lemuel White, Ashbel Chapman^ 

Still River 

Aaron Austin, Michael F. Mills 

Southington ** IVaterbvry 

' Johta Kingsbury, Sylvester Norton 

Straits— Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff^ 

7 alcott Mountain 

John Hempsteri, Jeffrey O Phelps 

Thompson— Jesse Ormsbv, Darius D wight 

Tolland County 

Eliphalet Young, Jabez L. White 

Torrington 

Samuel Woodward, .Samuel Seymour 

Washington 

Daniel Bacon, VV iiliam Drakley 

Windham & Coventry 

Elijah House, John ijaldwin 

Windham & Mansfield 

Henry Webb, John Baldwin 

Woodstock & Somers 

Eliphalet Young. Jabez L White! 

Woodstock & Thompson 

Jason Woodward, Tbeophilus B. Chandler 

BRIDGES. 

JV orwich & Preston Bridge 
Charles Rockwell, Elias Brown, Jonathan Brewster' 

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Mystic Bridge. 

ftoswell Fish, Jesse^D. Noyes 

Tomlinson Bridge 

David Plant, Charles H. Pond,. Rufus Hitchceck 

Dragon Bridge* 

Samuel W^dsworth, Giles Mansfield 

Washington Bridge. 

Charles H Pond, David Plant 

Leavenworth's Bridge' 

John Humphreys, jr. vViiliam Hinmaa 

Zoar Bridge 

Timothy Shepherd, ^mos Johnson 

Bennett's Bridge. 

Shadraeb Os-born, Wi'iiam Edmonds 

Hawley^s Bridge 

Wait S. Northrop, Lar* Xearing 

New Miijor d Toll Bridge. 
Homer Board man, Isaac Sanford 

Bull's Falls Bridge. 
Homer Bo&rdman, Isaac Sanford 

Fuller* 8 Bridge. 
Homer Board man, Isaac Sanford 

Prates Bridge. 
Homer Boardman, Isaac Sanford 



FERRIES. 

New-London Ferry. 

James Mitchell, Samuel Chany 

Derby Ferry \ f at Narrows J 

Charles U. Pond. Edwin B Lewis 

Gale's Ferry. 

Ralph Hu.llut. EMsba M. Oomstock 

Chapman's Ferry. 

Benjamin Hurd, Oheves Brainard 

Brockway's Ferry. 

Ivbenezer Brook way, Joshua L'Hommediea 

tVarner's Fe.'ry. 

Samuel 13 . ^lather, ?eter Comstock 



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Hiegcmum Ferry. 
Benjamin nurd, Cloves BrgtoArl 

Middle Tladdam Ferry. 
Benjamin Hard, Cheves Vfrainard. 

Cullick Ely' a Ferry. 

Samuel 8. Mather, Peter Comstock 

Rocky- Hill Ferry. 

Levi Lusk, Samuel Wells 

Pratt's Ferry. 
Samuel Wells, Levi Lusk 

Keeney's Ferry. 

Samuel Wells, Levi Lusk 

King's Ferry 

Luther Loomis, Jabez Collins 

East Windsor Ferry fat mouth of ScantickJ 

Lbenezer F lJissel, Jonathan Pasco 

East Windsor Ferry (at Warehouse Point J 

bibeuezer F Bissel. Jonathan Fasco 

Enfield & SujfieUl Ferry. 

Luther Loomis, Jabez Collins 

'ayhrook — Simeon Smith, James Mitchell, Noyes Berber 

&&vicultuvnl Societies. 



Hartford County, 

Timothy Pitkin, Pesident 

David Porter, Vice-President. 

Aaron Buckland, 2d Vice-President 

John L Comstock, Corresponding Secretary 

Jeseph K Scarborough, Recording Secretary 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Cyprian Nichols, Auditor 

Ethan A, Andrews, (/hair of View. Com, 

Pliny Hillyer, Chair, of Com, of Produce 

Aaron Bissel, Chair Cora, ot^ Inspection. 

George Cowles, Chair. Com. ©f Manufactures 

Eiiiui Wolcott, Chair. Com. of" ploughing. 



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N"ew~Haven County* 

Eli Whitney, President 

Andrew Hull, jr Samuel Cook, Nathan Peck, FrederitV 

Lee, Isaac Goodsell, Vice-Presidents 

Burrage Beech, Henry C. Flagg, Secretaries 

Abraham Bradley, Treasurer 

Leman Stone, Seedsraaa 

New-London County, 

Elias Perkins, President. 

Dwight Tlipley, Wm. Williams, John R. Watrous, Richar 

M'Curdj , John O. Miner, Vice»Presidents. 

Hezekiah Goddard, Recording Secretary. 

Joseph Williams, Treasurer. 

Erastus Coit, Auditor. 

Joseph Williams, Christopher Man waring, Noyes Barbe 

Committee of Publications. 

Samuel Chany, of New-London, and Dwight Ripley, 

Norwich, Seedsmen. 



Windham County. 

Darius Matthewson, President. 

Roger Taintor, William Kinne, Vice-Presidents, 

James M'Clellan, Secretary and Librarian. 

Eliaha B. Perkins, Treasurer, 

Thos. Hubbard, Ehen. Thompson, Eleazer Mather. G< 

Learned, John M'Clellan, Cora, of Correspondence. 

stea. Copeland, Collector of Taxes. 



Litchfield County. 

Augustus Pettibone, President. 
►$Am.Uel Lyman, Thwddeus Griywolri, Orange Mervi 
Calvin Butler, Morris Woodruff, Vice-Presidents. 
Sheldoa C. Leavitt, Cor. Secretary- 
David C. San ford, Kecor. Secretary* 
Joseph Ada.ns, Treasurer. 
Willisana Buel, Auditor. 



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Litchfield North. 

Reuben Rockwell, President. 

foseph Battel, Jonathan Coe, jr. Aiulew \bernethy, U- 

riel T little, Vice Presidents. 

Giles Russell, Coresponding Secretary. 

Seth Marshal!, Recording Secretary. 

Hosea Hinsdale, Treasurer. 

Nathaniel B. Gay lord, Auditor. 



Middlesex County. 

Nehemiah Hub>>ard, President. 

IVedworth Wadsworth, William Lynde, Vice-Presidents. 

Richard Hubbard, Secretary. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 
[founded 1700.] 

CORPORATION 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, S.T.D LL.D. 
His Excellency, Oliver Wolcott, LL.D. 
His Honor, Jonathan Ingersoll, LL.D. 
Rev. Andrew Lee, S.T.D. 
Rev. Joseph Strong, S.T.D. 
Rev. Benoni Upson, S.T.D, 
Rev. Amos Rassett, S.T.D. 
Rev. John Elliott, S.T.D. 
Hon. Frederick Wolcott 
Hon. Blias Perkins 
Rev. Daniel Smith 
Rev. Andrew Elliot 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, S.T.D. 
Hon. John S. Peters, M.D. 
Rev. David Smith 
Hetu David Hill 



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Hon. Orange Merwin 

Hon. Da\id Plant 

Rev. Moses C. Welch, D.D. 

Hon. Tame, Hiilhouse, Treasurer. 

Stephen Twining, Esq. tite'ivard* 

FACULTY 

Rev. Jeremiah D«ajr, s.t d ll d President, 
-Eneas M on son, m.d. Professor of the Institutes of Medi- 
cine. 
Nathan Smith, m.d. C.s.m.s. Lond. Professor of (he Theo- 
ry and Practise of Physic, Surgery and Obstetricks* 
Benjamin Niiinian M d. Professor of Chemistry, Pharma- 
cy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 
James L. Kingsley, a.m. Professor of the Hebrew, Greek 

and Latin Languages. 
Eli Ives, m.d. Professor of Materia Medica and Botany, 

and Lecturer on the diseases of children. 
Jonathan Knight, m.d. Professor of Anatomy, Physiology, 

and Lecturer on Obstetricks. 

Rev. Matthew R Button, a.m. Professor of Mathematicks 

and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. Fleazar T< Fitch., a.m. Professor of Divinity 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, am. Professor of Rhetorick 

and Oratory. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Thomas Hubbard, m.d Eli 1 odd, m d. Thomas Miner, 
M d. Warren R Fowler, m.d. 

TUTORS. 

Wra. C. Fow'er, a m. Edward Pull, a m. Lyman Cole- 
man, A M Henry Duiton, am John H, Laihrop, AM. 
Sylvester Hovey, a.m. Solomon Stoddard, a.b. 

S< J. Andrews, a,b. Assistant to the Professor of Cheniss* 
try* 



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Commencement.— .Second Wednesday of September. 

Vacations — From commentemetit, s;x weeks, from the 
second Wednesday of January, two weeks— and from the 
first Wednesday of May, four weeks. 

Resident Graduates, 18 -Medical Students, 92— Under 
graduates, 371.— Total, 481. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Tillotson Bronson, d.d. Principal. 
Rev. Asa Cornwall, Professor of Language*. 
Burrage Reach, esq. Treasurer and Secretary* 
Anniversary — First Wednesday of September. 
Vacations — From the first Wednesday in September, 
Biree weeks, from the 24th of December, two weeks — 
from the third Wednesday in April, five weeks. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Ei'zur Goodrich, jr. a.m. Preceptor. 
Vacations— From the 'first Wednesday! in .September* 
iree weeks -from the first Wednesday in January, two 
eeks— and from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks, 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY, (MASS.) 
[Founded 1636.] 

Rev, John Thornton Kirtland, d.d. ll d. President 
(Jointrzncement — Last Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — From Commencement, four weeks—from 
he fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks— and 
rorn the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 



WILLIAMS COLLEGE, MASS. 
Incorporated June 22, 1793. 

Rev. Edward, D. Griffin, d. d. President. 
Ret*. Mvan Wyde, d.d. Vice-President. 
Commencement. — First Wednesday in September,^ 
VasutiGng.->E'iial, four weeks t-.oiu Gv>n»tu^nteiatnt.— 



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•Second, six weeks from the Wednesday after the fourtk 
Wednesday in December— Third, three weeks from the 
third Wednesday in May. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, [N. H.] 

[Founded in 1769.] 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, President. 
Commencement— Fourth Wednesday in August. . 
Vacations— First, four and a half weeks from Com- 
mencement. Second, eight and a half weeks from the 
first Monday in January. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 

[Incorporated 1764,] 

Rev. Asa Messer, d d. ll d. President. 
Commencement— First Wed nesday in September. 
Vacations'-^ First, three weeks from Commencement- 
Second, eight weeks from the last Wednesday in Decem- 
ber—Third, two weeks from the third Wednesday ia 



BOWDOIN COLLEGE, 

At Brunswick, -(me.) 
[Incorporated June 24, 1794.] 

Rev. William *#llen, d d. President 
Commencement — First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations — First, four weeks from Comencement — Se- 
cond, six weeks from the first Wednesday m January- 
Third, three weeks 'from the third Wednesday in May. 



MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. (Vt.) 

Incorporated Nov, 1800.] 

Rev. Joshua Sates, d. t). President 
Commencement.—* Third Wednesday in August 
Vacations.— First, three weeks from Commencement 



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Second, seven weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 
Third, two weeks fiom the third Wednesday in May. 



UNION COLLEGE, 

AT SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

r Rev. EliphaJet Nott, r>. d. President 
Commencement. — Fourth Wednesday of July. 
Vacations. — First, from Commencement, seven weeks. 
Second, in December, three weeks. Third, in *<2pril, 
three weeks. • 

HAMILTON COLLEGE, 

IN ONEIDA COffNTV. N. Y. 

(Incorporated in 1812.) 

Rev Henry Davis, d d. President. 

Commencement. — Fourth Wednesday jn August. 

Vacations. --F?vsr, from Commencement, six weeks.-— 

Second, from the second Wednesday in January, three 

weeks. Third, from the second Wednesday in May, 

four weeks . 



ji Mi FORD. 
Hon. Jonathan Brace, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
ThamasBay, I If remy Hoadley, 

Heury Seymour, I T&tcott Wo'cett, esquires 

Isaac Spencer, jr. esq! CUy Clerk, 
Horace Wr»dsworih. Rghtatain Hastings, Sheriffs. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 
Elisha Dodd, A nd»tor of vH\ accounts. 
Common Council JWev. 
Nathan Ruggles, Christopher Saunders, Henry Kilbnnra, 
Iteniel VVinship, John Williams,Geor§;e Burr, John Wing, 



122 

©liver Woodford, Israel Shepard, Win. S. Wadsworth, 
Aar»n Goltori, 2d, Josiah Heck with. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month, 
^maual meeti rg last Monday in March. 



NJEW-HAVEN 

Hon. George Ho able y, Mayor* 5 
Jiidermen 
Henry W. Edwards, | Wm. H Jones 

William Mosely I Samuel Bishop, esquires/ 

Blisha Mnnson, esq. City C!er£. 
Andrew Kidston, esq. Treasurer 
John Scott, Elihu Munson. Sheriffs 
Common Council Men. 
Obadiah Elotcrhkfes, Wm Mix, Eli Mix, Samuel Wads- 
worth, David Kimberly, Philip Saunders, Seth Barns, Eli 
Oi-born, EJdad Gilbert, Jame£ English, Anthony H. Sher- 
man, George I. Whiting. 
City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Annual meeting first Tuesday in June. 

NEW-LONDON. 
Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 
Aldermen 
Elias Perkins, 1 Isaac Thompson, 

Lyman Law, | Chiisto. Manwaring-, esqrg* 

John A. Fulton, esq Treasurer \ 

William F. Brainard, esq Clerk of the City Court. 
Ebenezer Way, esq. City Clerk. 
Henry Jepson, Nathaniel Hempstead, Sheriff's. 
Common Council Men. 
John Way, Nathaniel Saitonstali, Charles Butler, Johft 
•£• Fulton, Stephen Holt, Christopher Griffing, 

Gity Court held on the first Monday in each month* 
Annua! meeting, second Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 
H911. Calyin Godpard, Mayor, 



123 

Aldermen 

Nathaniel Shipman, | Charles Rockwell, 

John Hyde, I Lather Spa'ding, I squires 

James Lanman, esq. Ci'y *4ttvrney 
James Stedman, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 
Court. 
Shubael Breed, Burrell Lathrop, Sheriffs. 
Thomas Thomas, Joseph Warren, Key -Keepers 
Common. Council Me?). 
Joseph W. Tracy, Dwight Ripley, John Laihrnp, 
Char lei P. Huntington, William Belcher, Joseph C Hunt- 
ington. 

City Court held on the second Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting-, first Monday in Jane. 



MIDOU TOWN. 
Hon. Samuel W. Dana, Mayon. 
Aldermen 
Henry Can »n°ton, | Samuel Mather, 

Seth Paddock, I Ephraira Bound, esquires 

John Fifck, City Clerk, and Treasurer. 
George >V. Stanley, esq. City Attorney. 
Harvey Tread way, Jacob Roberts, Sheriifs. 
Common Council Men. 
J. R. Watkineon, Simeon Korth, Joseph Hubbard, 
Charles Brewer^ Samuel Gill, Nathan Slur;-, John Hins- 
tla«e, tdmund Hughes, Eie.\zer Dunham, James Fra r er, 
Josiah Williams, Joseph Warner, Joseph Taylor. Stephen: 
Critteoton, Hohert Johnson, Reuben Chaffr e, David Allen, 
Thomas Greenfield, jt Randolph Pease, John liiiss 
City Court held on the second Tuesday in each month* 
Annual Meeting-, third Monday in January. 

STONINGTON BOROUGH. 

Samuel F, Denisoo, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Joseph Smith, Elisha Faxon, Gurdon Trumbull, Wfa* VV 
Redman, Giles K, Haliaaij Alexander G. Smith. 



124 

Francis Amy, Treasurer. 
David C. Smith, bailiff. 
Nalhan -Smith, Clerk. 



BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

Daniel Sterling, esq Warden. 

Burgesses. 

Dan»el Burell, Robert Gregory, Isaac Sherman, es«|. 

Matthew Curtis, Epenetus Curtis, Josiah B. Baldwia* 

Wm. H. Peet, Treasurer. 

Charles De Forest, Clerk. 

Robert Gregory, Bailiff. 



GUILFORD BOROUGH. 

Samuel EMiot,enq. Warden. 

Burgesses. 

Thomas Burgess, Jedediah Lalhrop, Joel Tuttle, jr. 

Friend Collins, Samuel Robinson, Timothy Stone. 

Reuben Stone, Clerk. 

Joel Tuttle, jr. Treasurer. 

Amos <Seward, Bailiff. 



KILUNaWO^lTH BOROUGH. 

Austin Olcott, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Goerge Carter, Isaac ttedfield, John Rossitter, Abie! ȣ./ 
Loomisj Leet Hun?, John Stanton. 

Friend Whittlesey, Clerk, 

Abie! A. Loomis, Treasurer. 

Charles A Doud, Bailiff. 



ESSEX BOROUGH. 

Joseph Kill, esq, Warden.' 
Burgesses. 
Timothy Starkey, Obadiuh Spencer, John G. Hayden* 
Gamaliel Coaklin, VVm. Williams, Joseph Platte. 
William Bull, Clerk. 



125 

Reuben Post, Treasurer. 
Felix Staikey, Bailiff. 



Connecticut 2$iWe Society 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, Franklin, 
Rev Samuel Me; win, NewITaven, 
Rev. Lyman Beecher, D. D. Litchfield, 
John Hall, esq Ellington. 

Henry Hudson, Hartford, Secretary 

Joseph Kogers, Hartford, Treasurer. 
Directing Committee. 

Samuel Pitkin, esq. East«Hartford 
Rev Abel Flint, d d. Hartford 
Rev. Henry A. Rowland, Windsor 
Rev, Calvin Chapin, d. d. Wethersfield 
Rev. Samuel Goodrich, Berlin 
Rev. Joab Brace, Wethersfield 
Daniel Wadsworih, esq Hartford 
Rev Joel Hawes, Hanford 
Rev. Joy H. Fairchild, East-Hartford 

Rev. Abel Flint, d d. general Agent for purchasing and 
distributing Bibles, to whom applications for Bibles are to 
be made. 

Julius Deming, esq. Litchfield, Guy Richards, esq. New- 
London ; Charles Sherman, esq. New Haven ; Jabez 
Huntington, esq. Norwich ; Agents of Deposit, who will 
be furnished with Bibles, to supply all who may apply to 
them for their annual dues, as members of the Society, 
and also for gratuitous distribution. 

Annual Meeting at Hartford, the second Thursday of 
May, at 8 o'clock, A. M. 



126 



©frattfr 


3U&& 




Amount of the List of the several towns 


of the State of 


Connecticut, 


Oct. 1822. 




H'ARTFORi>,(]st Soc. 4 


}U4, 589? 
16,571$ 




$fartford,(<d 2>oc.) 


ISt 160 Dolls. 


Berlin 




42173 


Bristol 




18486 


Burlington 




15803 


Canton 




15464 


East- Hartford 




49478 


East- Windsor 




58804 


Enfield 




5 12-^4 


Farmington 




543t8 


G! as ten bury 




42743 


Cm an by 




37188 


Mat-Hand 




12465 


Marlborough 




10555 


Simsbury 




27327 


t^oilhington 




29006 


Suffielu 




37 1 33 


Wethersfield 




45437 


Windsor 




47073 


New-Haven 




111137 


Bran ford 




34569 


Cheshire 




36931 


Derby 




22376 


East-Haven 




14491 


Guilford 




48&S9 


Ham den 




24162 


'JVieriden 




18787 


JMtfford 




34947 


Mlddlebury 




13545 


Korth -Haven 




19282 


Oxford 




23641 


Sooth bury 




26925 


W 'inugford 




84733 


Waterbury 




3(601 


"W ■>'»(] bridge 




. S()f,92 


\yolcott 




1O8C0 



127 



New-London 

Norwich 

Bozrah 

Colchester 

Franklin 

Griswold 

Grotpn 

Lisbon 

Lyme 

Mootvilie 

N Stonington 

Preston 

Salem 

&tonington 

Wate i lord 



58645 

]<2893 
30560 
16255 
20717 
47690 
18:29 
36645 
24724 
27922 
25467 
14.518 
36113 
20035 



Fairfield 
Banbury 

BrookfieM 

Bridgeport 

Darien 

Greenwieh 

Huntington 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

Newtown 

Norwalk 

Kedding 

Ridgefield 

Sherman 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Tiumbull 

We -ton 

Wilton 

Brooklyn 
Ash ford 
Canterbury 



69327 
49317 
157*3 
S47&1 

17577 
69194 
36093 
20086 

10507 
42676 
5243/ 
£89©4 
29828 
14S24 
43-281 
22067 
1796-2 
39196 
21325 

21566 
31994 

24f7i 



128 



Columbia 

Hamptop 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Mansfield 

Pomf«et 

Plainfield 

Sterling 

Thompson 

Voluntown 

Windham 

Woodstock 



5(0784 
19858 
S0413 
29624 
28140 
32986 
27203 
12546 
37762 
9844 
36735 
39487 



Litchfield 

Barkhamsted 

Bethlera 

Canaan 

Colebrook 

Cornwall, 

Goshen 

Harwinton 

Kent 

New Hartford 

New-Milford 

Norfolk 

Plymouth 

Tloxbury 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Torrington] 

Warren 

Washington 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Woodbury 

MlDDLETOWN 

Chatham 
Durham 



60648 
15015 
13688 
32055 
16405 
21675 
28364 
21.471 
18878 
19916 
6 1269 
21268 
2257:-? 
14456 
31567 
34136 
21691 
12310 
24435 
24808 
2C065 
29430 

90312 
37415 
17978 



129 



Haddam 
East-Haddan; 
Killingworth. 
Saybrook 



23235 
34187 
28620 
55822 



Tolland 

Bolton 

Coventry 

Ellington 

Hebron 

Somers 

Stafford 

Union 

Vernon 

Willington 



20987 
10067 
29275 
24801 
2827^ 
19217 
23078 
8783 
14699 
12013 



e<®WMK£>. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 



JUNE 



JUL? 



At Hartford, second Tuesday 
Litchfield, third do. 

Dan bury, fourth do, 

K..iaveL, lues. fol. 4th 

At Middletowu, second (a) do. 
N. London (a) third do, 
Brooklyn, fourth do. 

To«'und, Tues. following 4*h 



SUPERIOR COURT. 



3 A YUART. 


At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. 




N. Ha vets third do. 




Norwich, fourth (a) do 


FEBRUARY. 


At Hartford, second do. 




Litchfield third do. 




Middletown, fourth do, 




9 



13© 



APRIL. 


Tolland, third 


d«. 


AUGUST. 


At N. Haven, second 


do. 




Litchfield, third 


do. 


SEPTEMBER 


At Hartford, first 


do. 




Brooklyn, second 


do. 




Danbury, fourth 


do. 


OCTOBER. 


At Norwich, (a) first 


do. 




Haddam, fourth 


do. 


DECEMBER. 


At Fairfield, last 


do. 




Tolland, fourth 


do. 




COUNTY COURTS. 




FEBRUARY. 


At Danbury, (a) secoad 


do. 


MARCH. 


At Norwich, (a) first 


do. 




Tolland, second 


do. 




N, Haven, third 


do. 




Brooklyn, third 


do. 




Hartford, fourth 


do. 


APRIL 


At Litchfield, first 


do. 




Hadd. Tues. after 1st Moa 




Fairfield, third 


do. 


JUNE. 


At N London, secoad T 


uesday 




N Haven, fourth 


do. 


AUGUST. 


At Hartford, second 


do. 




Brooklyn, third 


60. 


SEPTEMBER. 


At Tolland, second 


do. 




Litchfield, fourth 


do. 




Middletown, fourth 


do. 


NOVEMBER. 


At Litchfield, first do. 






Hartford, second 


do/ 




Norwich, third 


do. 




Danbury, third 


do. 




New-Haven, fourth 


do. 


3ECEMBER. 


At Brooklyn, second 


do. 




Litchfield, third 


do. 



'FEBRUARY. 

APRIL. 

MAY 

AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER. 

NOVEMBER. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 



District, New-Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
Circuit — New- Haven, 13th day. 
District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 

District— Ne<* Haven, 4th do. 

Circuit— ! J artford, i7th day. 

District-* tfartford, 4th fuesdaf. 



131 



1KTERLS T TABLE. 



A table of simple Interest at six per cent.i n D > i; .& Gents. 


Principal. |l w.| 1 m. ) 3 iii.| 6 rp. jlyear. 


| DC.JU. Cj L). c.j v. c.i d. e. 


CenUv 10 








0, 





20 














1 


30 














1 


40 











1 


2 


SO 











2 


3 


Dollars, 1 








1 


3 


6 


2 





1 


3 


6 


12 


3 





1 


4 


9 


18 


4 





2 


6 


12 


24 


5 





s 


7 


15 


30 


10 


1 


5 


15 


30 


60 


SO 


2 


10 


30 


60 


1 20 


30 


3 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 


40 


5 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 


50 


6 


25 


75 


1 50 


3 


100 


12 


50 


1 50 


3 


6 


200 


25 


1 


3 6 


12 


300 


37 


1 50 


4 50 9 


18 


400 


50 


2 


6 012 


24 


500 


62 


2 50 


7 50 15 


30 


1000 


1 25 


5 a 


15 0J30 60 


To find the interest of any particular sum for any cer- 


tain time, multiply the sum by the number of the mont*^. 


take one half of the product, and you will find the two 


right hand figures to be cents — the rem inde^ un ihe left 


band are dollars, which is the answer. If there he cents 


in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, y ou will 


find the two right hand figures to be fractions, the two 


next cents and the remainder in doPars 



132 



A TABLE oj various Foreign Coins, £Jc. -with their w 
hie in Federal Alone:/. 

Dolls, cts. m. 
Sixteenth of a dollar, 
Haifa Pistare»n, - 
Rea : Plate of Spa?n, - 
Ar* English sixpence, - 

Eighth ©fa dollar, .... 
The Eivre Tournois of France, 
The Franc of France;, • 
A Pistareen, - 

An English Shilling, - 

Quarter of a Dollar, - 
The Mark Banco of Hamburgh 
The Florin or Guelder of the United 

Netherlands, 
AhalfDoi.ar, - - - - 
The Rupee of Bengal, 
The R'x Dolar of Denmark, 
The Rix-Doilar of Sweden. 
The Ruble of Russia, 
Crowns of Ed gland and France, 
The Milrea .of Portugal, 
The Taie of China, - 
The Pagoda of India, 

t French Pistole, - 
Spanish Pistole, « 

The pour d of Ireland • * 

The pound sterling of Great Britain, 
A French Guinea, - 
An English Guinea, - 
A Moidore, . - - - 

Half Johannas, 
A Doubloon, - 
A Johaunas, + 






06 


2 1-2 





JO 








10 


9 





11 


1 





12 


5 





18 


5 





IS 


7 12 





20 








22 


2 


0. 


25 








23 








40 








50 








50 







00 







00 


§ 




00 







11 







24 







48 







84 





- 3 


66 


7 


3 


77 


3 


4 


10 


' 


4 


44 





- 4 


60 





- 4 


65 


7 


6 


06 


8 


8 


00 





14 


93 


4 


16 


00 






Electors' 1 Meeting 

Is held annually on the first Monday in April,, 



&Uiitefc States' Ggiettirov* 



GOVERNMENT OF THE 

UNITED STATES. 



JAMES MONROE, 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Salary £> c 25,(jOO per annum. 

DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 
Salary $5,000. 



DEP UiTMENTS 

OF THE 

jFmtral <K0feevtnuetrt. 

— qC^ — 
Department of State.. 

John Qnincy Adams, (Mass ) Secretary Safari) jgGOOO 
Daniel Bient, Chief Clerk 

Treasury Department 

William H Crawford (Va } Secretary 6000 

Edwsrri Jones, Chief Clerk 

;Jo%e|--h Anderson Tenn Ui. Comptroller 3500 

Richard <:u?t«, Mass 2d Comptroller S00O 

Hichard Harrison, Va. 1st ^uciiior 3000 

1 



2 

William Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor 30GO 

Peter Hagner, P*. 3d Auditor 3000 

Constant Freeman, 4th Auditor 3000 

Stephen Pleasanton, 5th \uditor 3009 

Thomas Tudor Tucker, S C. Treasure* 3000 

Joseph Nourse, Va. Register 3000 
John M'Lean, Commissioner of Gen. Land Office 3000 

War Department, 

John C Calhoun, S. C. Secretary 6000 

Christopher Vandeventer, Chief Clerk 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General 2500 

Navy Department. 

Smith Thompson, N. Y. Secretary 600° 

General Post Office. 

Return J. Meigs, jr Ohio, Postmaster-General 4060 

Assistant, Abraham Bradley, Con. 2500 

Do. Phineas Bradley, Con. 2500 

Patent Office* 

William Thornton, Superinten denS 1500 

Mint. 

Robert Patters®n, Director 2000 

James Rush, Treasurer 1200 

Adam Eikfeldt, Coiner 1506 

Robert Scott, Engraver 1200 






List of Members of the Senate and House of Representa- 
tives of the United States, in the i7th Congress. 
SECOND SESSION. 

John Gaillard, President of the Senate, pro tempered 

Senators. 

Maine % \ J\eiv- Hampshire. 

John Chandler Divid L.Morrill 

John Holmes I J, F.Parcotl 



Massachusetts* 
Elijah H Mills 
Jumes L o a 

Rhode-Island* 
Nehemiah K. Knight 
James D' Volf 

Connecticut. 
Elijah Boa'dma-n 
James Lanman 

Vermont. 
William \. Palmer 
Horatio *Seymour 

J\ew York. 
Rafus King- 
Martin Van Buren 

ISew Jersey. 
Mahlon Dicke.s<>n 
Samuel L Southard 

Pennsylvania* 
Walter Lowrie 
Wm. Find uy 

Delaware. 
Nicholas Vandyke 
Caesar A. Rodney 

Maryland. 
Edward Lloyd 

Virginia, 
James Plea^ams 
James Harbour 

jVorth Carolina. 
Nathaniel VJacon 
Vfiliiam Smith 



South- Carolina, 
John Gail lard 
Montfort Stokes 

Georgia. 
John Elliott 
Nicholas Ware 

Kentucky. 
Richard M Johnson 
[sham Taibot 

Tennessee* 
John Williams 
John H Eaton 

Ohio. 
Benjamin Roggles 
Ethan A Brown 

Louisiana, 
Henry Johnson 
h:mes Brown 

Indiana, 
James Noble 
Waller Taylor 

-Mississippi, 
David Holme 
Thomas H Williams 

Illinois. 
Jesse B. Thomas 
Ninian Edwards 

•Alabama, 
John W. Walker 
William R King 

Missouri. 
David Barton 
\ Thomas H, Benton 



Secretary of the Senate. 



Charles Cutts, N. If. 
Samuel Turner, Md. Chief Clerk, 



Salary §3000 
* 1800 



4- 
Maine— 7. 

Joshua Cushman, Joseph Dme, Kbenezer Herrick . 
Maik L Hill, fchoeh Lincoln, Wm. D. Williamson, Mark 
Hai ris. 

New- Hampshire— 6. 

Josiah Butler, Matthew Harvey, \aron Vinson, William 
Piumer, jr. Nathaniel Upfeara, Thotnas VV hippie, jr- 

Massnchusetts — 13 ; 

»Samuel C. Alien Gideon Bar stow, Francis Baylies, Lew- 
is B'ge'ow Hemy VV Dwighi. William Eustis, fimothy 
Fuller, Benjamin Gorham, Aaron Hobavt, Samuel Lath* 
rop, Jeremiah Nelson, John Reed. Jonathan Russell. 

Rhode- Island— 2. 

Job Durfee, Samuel Eddy. 

Connecticut — 7. 

ft eyes Barber, Daniel Burrows, Henry W. Edwards, 
John lluss, Ansel 6'terling, Bbenezer Stoddard, Gideon 
Tomlinson. 

Vermont — 6. 

Samuel C Crafts, Klias Keyes, RoUin C. Mallory, Johft , 
Maitocks, Charles Rich, Phjneas VVhile 

New-York— 27. 

Charles Ro'land.jr Churchill C Cambreleng, Samuel 
Campbell, Cadwallader D. Golden, Alfred Conkling. John 
1) Dickinson, John Gebhard, James Hawks, Thomas H. 
Hubbard, Joseph Rutland, Elijah Litchfield, Richard 
McC-arty, John I Morgan, Walter Faticrson, Jeremiah 
H. Pjeiaon, M.-,' Pitcher, VVm. D. Rochester, Charles 
H. Rugbies, Elijah Spencer, Micah SterlingJohn W fay 
lor, Stephen Van Rensalaer, Albert I Tracy, William W. ' 
Van. Wyck, ileuben tt« Walworth, Silas Wood, David 
Woodcock. 



Now- Jersev — 6. 

Flphraim Bateraah, George CaMedy, Lewis Condit, 
Qreorge Holeom.be, Jame Matlack 'Samuel Swan. 

Pennsylvania — 23, 

John Brown, James Huchanan, u d'fam Darlinglon, 
Geor e Denitison^SHrouel Edw ai < s.I'ati ick FarreHy, Sam- 
uel Groi s Joseph Hemphill, I hon as G. MeCulloeh,. James 
McSherry, — — — Fo.est, lames S Mitchell, Samuel 
Mo<»re. > nomas Mu ray, *l hours Patterson, John Phillips, 
George Piumer, Thomas .1 Kogers, John Satgeant. An- 
drew itewart, John Tod. James Find lay. One vacancy. 

Delaware — 2. 

Louis McLane, Daniel Rodne) 

Maryland — 9. 

Thomas Bayly, Jeremiah Causden, Joseph Kent, Peter 
Litt'e, Raphael Neale, Jobn Nelson, Samuel 9 until j Hilary 
R. Wsrfetd, Robert W.ight. 

Virginia — 23. 

Mark Alexander, William »V. icher, William Lee Ball, 
Philip P. Barbour, Rurwc " 



North-Carolina — 13. 

William ST. Black ledge, Hulcnins G. Burton, Henry 
Conne«, Josiah Ciudup, Weldou M Kdwards, Thomas H, 
HkIU '€hartea Hooks, John Long, ^rcnibahl MeNeill, Ro- 
mulus Sanders, Lemuel Sa wye*, Felix Walker, Lewi* 
V niiams 

South ^Carolina — 9. 

Joseph Gist, William Lowndes, George McDufiie, Tho- 
mas H Mitchell, James Oierstteet, ./oei R, Poinsett, Ster- 
ling Tucker, John Wilson, John Carter* 



6 
Georgia — 6. 

Joel Abbot, Alfred Cuthbert, George R. WHmer, Robert 
R. Reid, Edward F. Tatnall, Wiley Thompson. 

Kentucky — 10. 

Benjamin Hardin, Francis Johnson, John S.Johnson, 
Thomas Metcalfe, Thomas Montgomery, Anthony New, 
John S- Smith, David Trimble, Samuel H. Woodson, J. C. 
Bracken ridge. 

Tennessee — 6. 

Robert ./? Hen, Henry H. Bryan, Newton Cannon, John 
Cocke, Fraacis Jones, John Rhea. 

Ohio— 6. 

Levi Barber, John W. Campbell, David Chambers, Tho- 
mas It. Ross, John Sloan, Joseph Vance. 
Louisiana — Josiah S. Johnson. 
Indiana — Jonathan Jennings. 
Mississippi— Christopher Rankin. 
Illinois— Daniel V. Cook. 
Alabama— Gabriel Moore. 
•Missouri— 'John Scott 

Michigan Territory —Solomon Sibley, Delegate* 
Arkansas — James VV. Bates, Delegate, 
Florida— — '— Hermandez, Delegate. 

Philip P. Barbour, Speaker. , 

Clerk, 
Thomas Dunn, Sergeant at \rrns. 

JUDICIARY. 



John Marshall, of Virginia. Chief Justice of the U States* 
Salary, g5,0>0. 
Associate Judges— Senary , §4,500. 
Bushrod Washington, Va. Thomas Todd Ky. 
William Johnson,jr. S. C. Gabriel Duval, Md. 1 
B« Livingston, N. Y. Joseph Story, Mass, 



•Attorney General to the United States. 
William Wirt, Md. Salary, $3,50* 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 

Of Maine, Asher Ware. N<*w-H;tmpshire, John S 
Sherburne Massachusetts, John Davis Hhode-Island, 
David Hwwell Vermont, Elijah Paine. Connecticut, 
Pierpont Edwards. New-York, \. District, Roger Skin- 
ler S District, W"m. P Van Ness, 

CLERKS, 

To the Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts, 

Supreme Court Elias B Caldwell -District of New- 
Hampshire, William Claggeu, Maine, John Mussey,jr. 
Massachusetts, John \\ Davis, Rh< de-Is and, Benjamin 
Cowell, Vermont, Jesse Gove, Connecticut, G \. Inger- 
soll, New-York, south district, James Dili, north- 
district, R. R. Lansing 

Hezekiah Huntington, district attorney Connecticut, 
jflndicw Hull. jun. Marshal. 



Collector* q) Customs 

IN CONNECTICUT. 

New-London, , New- Haven, Abraham Bishop. 

Middletown, Alexander Welcott. Fairfield, Walter Brad- 
ley. 

In Rhode- Island, 

Newport, Christopher Ellery. Bristol, Barnabas Bates, 
Providence, Thomas Coles 

Surveyor* in Connecticut. 

New-London, Oliver Champlain. Stoningioit, Sam'!. F. 
©enison. New-Haven, Wm. Munson. JVliddietown, Wm. 
Van Duersen. Hartford, Joha llempsted. iSay brook » 
Mr. Willougb/. 



INTERCOURSE WITH 

Foreign Nations. 



Minis- ers Plenipotentiary* . 

Riehard Rush, to Great Britain Salary gOOOQ 

Albert Gallatin, to France 9000 

Henry Vliddlelon, to ttussia 9000 : 

John "Forsyth, to Spain 9000 

Henry Dearborn, to Portugal 90uO 

Charge D * Affaires 

Alexander H. Everett, to the Netherlands 4560 

Christopher Hughes, jun. to Sweden 

Secretaries of Legation* 

John Adams Smith, to Great Britain 2000, 

3~)aniel Shelden, to France 20<»8 

Charles Pinkney, to Russia 2uOO 

Tho. L L. Brent, to Portugal 2000 

John J. Appieton, to Spain 200i 

Agents for Claims, 

London, Thoma* Abpinwall 
Paris, Isaac Cox Barnet 
Buenos Ayvc*s John M* Forbes 
Cliih, John B Provost 
Venezuela, Charles 8. Todd. 



9 

CONSULS 

tythe United States in Foreign Countries* 

In Great Britain and Ireland. 

Thomas Aspinwa'l, London. James Maury, Liverpool., 
Herman Visger, Bristol Nath. G Ingraham, jun Ply- 
mouth. Robert W Fox, Falmouth. Thomas Aulrijo, 
Cowes. Joel Hart, Leith Thomas English, Dublin Ja- 
cob Mark, C<rk Samuel Luke, Belfast Bernard Henry 
Gibraltar Harvey Strong, Glasgow and Greenock Mar- 
tin Bickharo, Isle of France. Thomas \V 5 nes, Turks-Isl- 
and R M. Harrison St Bartholomews —Agents, Wm^ 
H. Higinbotham, Bermuda John Starr, Nassau, N. F. 
Russia. 

Abraham P Gibson, St. Pete»sburgh. 
Sweden and Norway. 

David Erskine, Stockholm C A. Murray, Gottenburg, 
Henry Jausen, jr. Christiansand. 

Denmark, 

John Rainals, Copenhagen. Robert Jacques, St. Croix. 
Agents Nathan Sevey, Si. Thomas 

Germany, 

Edward Wyer, Hamburg Frederick J. Wichelhausen^ 
Bremen. William Clark, Embden. 

Netherlands. 

John VV. Parker, Amsterdam. Emanuel Wambersie, 
Rotterdam and Osfend. David Parish, Antwerp William 
Gamble, St. Eu tatia. S 

France. 

Isaac Cox Barnc-t, Paris. Daniel Strobe!, Bordeaux. 
Joshua Dodge, Marseilles. Francis E* Fen wick, Nantes. 
Gerard D. Smith, La Kochelie gdward Church, L'Ori- 
ent Reuben G Beasley, HJBfcde.Grace J hum as 
Johnston, Ca ! :*is Francis 3. Faurer, Guadeloupe, S& 
las^laccan, Martinique. 



11 

Portugal and Brazil. 
Israel P. Hutchinson, Lisbon. Henry Hill, Rio de J*-' 
neiro Woodbridge Odlin, St. Salvadore. Alex. Burton, 
Oporto. 

Spain 
John M. H a li, Cadiz. Richard M'Call, Barcelona. 

Tuscany, Sardinia and Austria. 
Thomas Appleton, Leghorn. James Schee, Genoa. 
Victor X. Sasserno, Nice. George Moore, Trieste. * 

Two Sicilies. 

Alexander Hammet, Naples. Henry Preble, Palermo, 
lohn Broadbent, Messina. 

Barbury States. 
Wm Shaler, con. gen. Algiers. Townshend Stith, 
Tunis. Thomas D. Anderson, Tripoli. John Mullowney 
Tangier. 

China. 
Benjamin C. Wilcox, Canton. 
Hayti. 
Andrew Armstrong, Port-au-Prince. John N. D'Arcy "5 
£;ape Haytien. Charles Augustus Davis, Aux-Cayes. 

jieSu Mv%n& Hist 



Jacob Brown, major general 
Edmund P Gaines, brigadier general 
Winfield Scott, brigadier genera 1 
Thomas S. lesup, brig, gen qr. m. gen. 

■■ adj . gen 

Major S. B Archer, Insp Gen. rank of Col. 
John B. Wool, Insp general and Col. 
William Linnard, quarter master and Maj. 
Henry Stanton, quarter master, and Maj. 
CoL George Gibson, Com. Gen. Sub. 
Cailender Irvine, Coin, of I'm chases. 
Gel N't Towson, Paymaster General 



11 

Joseph Lovell, Surgeon General. 
Co, ps of Engineers. 
Alex. Maci.mb, Chief Engineer, maj. gen brer. 
Gen. Simon Bernard, Assistant, 

Colonels, Artillery. 
James House, Walker R. Armistead, John R. Fennick 
brev. 

Lieutenant Colonels Attillery. 
G Bomford, Abraham Eustis, brcv Wm. Macrea , W. 
Lindsey. 

Majors, 

J. Hindman, Coh'brev. James Bankhead, John B. Wal- 
bach, L. C. brev. William Wilson. 

INFANTRY. 

Colonels, T. Chambers, Hugh Brady, N. Pinkney, R. 
Butler, Josiah Snelling, Duncan L Clinch, Matthew Ar- 
feuckle. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

Z. Taylor, W. Lawrence, John M'Neal, jr. G. M« 
Brooke, H. Leavenworth, W. Morgan, W. Lindsey. 
Majors. 

A R„ Wonlley, Richard VVhartenby, E Cutler, -James 
©inkins, Alexander Cumraings, Daniel Baker, J. H. Vesc. 

FORCE OF THE ARMY. 

The four Regiments of Artillery— 
Thirty-six companies of fifty. five 
won commissioned officets, ar- 
tificers, musicians, and privates, - 1,980 
Enlisted men for ordnance duties, 55 

The seven Regiments ot Infantry— * 
Seventy companies, of fifty -one 
non commissioned officers, mu- 
sicians, and privates, 5,570 
A&d t«he non-commissioned staff, 35 

Making a total of 5,640 



12 



NAVY. 



Commissioners of tlie Navy Board. 

John Rodgers, Isaac Channcey, David Porter, 
J. R Pau'ding, Secretary. 



CAPTMNS. 



John Rodgers 
James Barron 
W» iiam Bainbridge 
Thomas Tingey 
Charles Stewart 
Isaac Hud 
Isaac Channcey 
John bhaw 
John H Oent 
David P .rter 
Samuel Kvans 
Jaeob lones 
Chai !es M >rris 
Arthur ^ntc'aip 
Thomas Maedonough 



Lewis Warringfos 
loseph Bainln-idge 
William M. Crane 
James T. Leonard 
James fiiddle 
Charles G. RUfgley 
Robert T Spence 
Daniel T PaftersOB 
Samuel Angus 
>I«l*fcCth0q r. Wools«jr 
:.ihn () de Greightbn 
R I ward V re n chard 
John D< » nes 
J< hn D. Henley 
Jesse D Elliott 



MASTERS COM VI \ND NT.* 
Robert Henley, .Stephen Cassin, Jatnes iienshav, Davis] 
Deacon, Lewis Alexis, Sidney Smith, Tho'mar^rown, 
Samuel IVondhouse, C C B I'hompson, A. S Wudswoi th, 
Geo A' Rodgers, G.C. Read, Henry B. Ballad, Wm.Ur* 
ter, jr Jos. .1 Nicholson , Woleott Chauneey, .)<>hn H. £l« 
ton, Kdmund R Kennedy, \lexande» J Dallas, John 8. 
Nichoso.i, B V Huffman. Iess% Wilkins n, Geo Budd f 
T Ap Catesby Jonesj J S M'Phers^n liJmPoiter, W. 
B. Finch, Wm B ghubrick, B. W. Booth, Alexander 
Claxtou, Charles VV. Morgan. 

Awkibald Henderson^ Lieut* Gal Gonad, Marine Corps. 



13 

Names and force of the Vessels of thfc 
Unitrd States, 



Ships of the hn* 




Oi e hiiiMing at N. York 


44 


Names 


Guns. 


Jon lellaliun 


36 


Independence 




7 


longress 


36 


■Washington 




7 


vineedoniaa 


35 


Nnrili*(Jari'lina 




7 


> :me 


24 


Ohio 




74 


). hn 4l«ms. corvette 


24 


Franklin 




7 A 


Steam Fi igate Fulton, at 




Bblurnbut 




74 


New Vork 




Delaware 




74 


Sloops oj War, <£c. 




One building at Boston 


74 


Ktie 


IS 


Oe a» Portsnv nth 




7 \ 


Peacock 


IS 


One at Philadelphia 




7* 


Ontario 


18 


One rto at No. folk 




44 


. toi net 


18 


Chippewa 74> 
Kew Oi teams 74( 


unde 


r 


Enterprise! 


12 


cover 


pa k 


12 


Frig- a es. 






,agle 


12 


Constitution 




4; 


;ch 


14 


United States 




4, 


>o p» s*e 


14 


Guen iere 




44 


Schooners, 




Java (past repair) 




44 


(irxmpus, >hat 1 , Porpo 


ise, 


Potomac 




44 


A ligator, Dolphin, each 
Linnet (on Lake C.) 


12 
16 



Ministers and Consuls 

of Foreign Powers^ resident in he Untied States 



From France. 
Mr. Uoth, Secretary of Legation 

Mr. Petry, consul-geneial to ihe United States, Wash* 
ingto ••• 

L. Oe La Forrest, Consul, Philade'phia. 
Francis B, Thierry, Consul, ttaltimore, 



14 

Mr. Confeaux, vice consul Norfolk^ 
Le Marquis de Fougeres, consul, Charleston* 
From Great Britain 

Stratford Canning, eavoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

Gibbs Crawford Antrobus, secretary of legation. 

Anthony St J^hn Baker, consul-general 

James Buchanan, consul for state and city of New*Fer& 

George Manners, Boston 

John B Gilpin, Newport 

Donald M'lntoah, N Hampshire and Maine 

Gilbert Robertson, Philadelphia 

Benjamin Moody, North and South Carolina ! j 

John Davidson, N. Orleans 

JantK-s Patton, Dist Columbia 

James Wallace, Savannah 

James Stewart, New London 

From Russia. 

Pierre de Poletica, envoy extraordinary, and minister 
plenipotentiary. 

From Spain. 

Dsn Joaquin de Anduaga, envoy extraordinary and Mitur 

ister PSen potential y 
Don Bartolome Horvquenet, consul, Philadelphia 
Don Thomas Stoughton, consul, New -York i 

Don Juan Stoughton, consul for New-Hampshire, Massa- 
chusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode-Island, at 
Boston. 

From Portugal. 
Joseph ^raada Gtehon, Charge d'affaires 
From Denmark. 
P. Pederson, minister resident, and consul general 
Nicholas M. Peterson, vice-consul, for Georgia and East 

Florida 
Charles VV. Greene, vice-consul, Boston 

From Sweden and Norway. 
Baron Robert Stackelbeig, Charge d' Affaires 
Severin Lorich, consul-general Philadelphia 



15 

Samuel Blagge , Commercial Agent, Boston 

R. ftogers, jun. do. Providence, R. I, 

From Prussia 
Frederick Greuhm, Minister resident 
Jacob ->perry, consul, Philadelphia 
J W Schmidt, consul, New York 
Ralph D Forbes, consul, Boston 

From Hamburgh. 
C. N. Buck, consul general Philadelphia 
J. W. Schmidt, vice consul, New-York 
Frederick C. Graff, Baltimore 

From Sardinia. 
-M. Gaspare Deabatte, consul-general, Philadelphia 
S. V Bouland, vice-consul, New York 
T. F Dougherty do. Baltimore 
G. F. Brette do. Norfolk 

From Austria, 
Saron de Ledever, consul New York 



Of the several States. 

Maine Albion K. Parris 

New-Hampshire Samuel Bell 

Vermont Richard Skinner 

Rhode-Island Wm C Gibbs 

Massachusetts John Brooks 

Connecticut Oliver Wolcott 

New York De Witt Clinton 

New-Jersey Isaac H. Williamson 

Pennsylvania Joseph Heister 

Delaware Joseph Hazlett 

Maryland Samuel Sprigg 

Virginia Thomas Mann Randolph 

North-Carolina Gabriel Holmes 

| South Carolina Thomas Bennett 



16 



Georgia 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Louisiana 

Mississippi 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Alabama 

Missouri 



John Hark 
John Adair 
Wm. Carroll 
Jeremiah Morrow- 
Thomas B. Kubertsos. 
Walter Leake 
Wra Hendricks 
Edward Coles 
Israel Pickens 
Alexander McNair 



Territorial Governments. 



Michigan 
Arkansas 
Florida 



Lewis Cass 
James Miller 
William P. Duvall 



LIST OF 



Post-Offices 8? Post-Masters j 



IN CONNECTICUT. 



Post Offices. 
Ashfird 
Barkhamsted 
Berlin 

Bethel (Danbury) 
Bethiem 
Bolton 

Bradleysville (Litclifield) 
Bradford 
Bridgeport 
Bristol 
Brook field 
Brooklyn 
Burlington 
Boziaville 



Post- Masters, 

Dyer Clark 
Judah H. Roberts 
Jesse Hart 
Olivei ??hepard 
S. Chuidi 
aul Alvnrd 
Henry tVadsworth 
Jonathan Barker 
Jea&e Sterling 
Lot Newell 
K bert li liuggles 
Attains Wuite, jr» 
VV. Lov/ry 
C. Wood worth 



&aaaan 

Canterbury 

Canton, or West Simsbury 

Chelsea Landing 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Colchester 

Coiebrook Meeting House 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Chatham 

Danbury 

Bethet 

Derby 
Durham 
East-Haddara 
East-Hat tford 

Orfoid Parish 

East G raw by 
East- Windsor 
Enfield 

Ellsworth (Sharon) 
Ellington 
Essex Borough 
East Guilford 
Fairfield 
Farmington 
Franklin 
Glastenbury 
Goshen 
Gran by 
Greenwich 
Guilford 
G re-ton- 
Haddaro 
Hampton 
Hartford 
Harwinton 
Hebron 
do.Andovefr 



17 

iWm. DougJasa 
iWra. M. Biirrill 
Gad Bulkley 
Jared Mills, jr. 
John DeWitt 
Amasa Hitchcock, jr. 
Bani Denison 
Kalph Isham 
Ebenezer Jenks 
George Wheaton 
Daniel Loomis 
John Stewart 
Zalmon Wildmaa 
Oliver Shepherd 
Russel Hitchcock 
Jared P. Kirtland- 
Timothy Green 
Joseph Goodwin 
Wells Woodbridge 
Horace Clark 
Aaron Bissel 
L. T Pease 
Treat Camp 
Wra Morgan 
A. Pratt 
Curtis VVilcos 
James Knapp 
Samuel Kicharda 
Amasa Hyde 
Joseph WeMs 
Theron Towner 
Jiezekiah Goodrich 
Isaac Weed 
Reuben Elliott 
Elijah Bailey 

;C* Charles Arnold, 

*" Dan Bulkley 
Jonathan Law 
Joel Bradley 
A. Heiidee 
Simon House 

2 



18 



Huntington 

Humpbreysville 

Jewell's Ciiy, (Griswold) 

Kent 

KHltngly 

Killugworth 

Lebanon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

do. River Head 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Me rid en 
Middlebury 
Middletown 

do Upper Houses. 
Milford 
Mystic 

Middle Haddam 
Montville 
New-Caisaan 
New -Hartford 
New Haven 
New-London 
New-Mi Iford 
Newtown 
Norfolk 
North ford 
North ington 
North Killingworth 
North-Stonington 
Norwaik 
Norwich 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pom fret 
Preston 
Redding 

Kedding Town H. 
Ridgefield 



Hall Beardsley 
John T. Wheeler 
John Johnson 
D. ^wlft 
Joseph Adams 
Samuel Crane 
Rcger Bailey 
Moses Seymour, jr. 
G. T. Smith 
Peter (jomstocfc 
Samuel A. Spalding 
Enos H. Dueii 
Isaac Lewis 
Eli Thompson 
Joshua . Q tow 
Josifdi Sage 
Jirah Bull 
John Hyde 
John Stewart 
Joha Chapman 
Samuel St. John 
I Cowles 
William H, Jones 
Ebenezer Way 
Phil© Noble 
Czar Keller 
Joseph Jones 
Augustus Tyler 
A. Wheeler 
Aaron Wilcox 
Thos. T Wells 
William M iietts 
John Hyde 
David Candee 
Ebenezer Eaton 
Apoltos Warner 
Lemuel Grosvenor 
Samuel M. Downer 
Billy Comstock 
Wm. Sun ford 
William Keeler 



19 



Ripton Pariah (Huntington 

Kocky Hill (Wethersfield) 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Saugatuck 

Say brook 

Scotland 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Simsbury 

Some tl 

Southington 

Stafford Springs 

Stamford 

Sterhng 

Southbury 

Stoningtoa 

Stratford 

Suffiehl 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torringford 

Trumbull 

Torrin^toa 

Vernon 

Waliingford 

Warehouse Point (E. W) 

Washington 

Walerbury 

Watertowa 

Weston 

West- Chester 

West- Hartford 

Wethersfield 

Wilton 

Willinprton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Win ion bury 

Waxtea 



) A Judson 
Wm. Uobbins 
John Whittlesey 
A.C. Peet 
Stephen Morehouse 
Humphrey Pratt 
John Lillie 
George King, jr. 
Lewis Starr 
Jeffrey O. Phelps 
Walter R. Kibbee 
Chester Whittlesey 
Benning Mann 
Abraham Davenport 
Benjamin Tuckerman 
Sh. Osborn 
Gurdon Trumbtill 
David Brooks 
William Gay 
Simon Davis 
Calvin Willey 
Nat. Smith 
Eliakim Beach 
Harvey Palmer 
Lebbeus P. Tinker 
.lames Carrington 
Charles B. Phelps 
Shtlton Camp 
F. Levenworth 
Benjamin D. Forest 
Jesse Wakeman 
Franklin G Comstock 
Aaron Goodman 
James L. IJelden 
Aaron Hyatt 
John Weston, jr. 
Horace Higley 
Chai les Tain tor 
J. Rurnstead 
John Tallfei^Jge 



to 

Windsor Wm. Howard 

Woodbury.' Leman Sherman 

Woodstock George Bowen 



Hates o? Postage. 

^or single letters, composed of one piece of paper,-— Any 
distance not exceeding 56 miles, 8 cents.— Over 36 and not 
exce. ding 80 miles, \<i cents — Over 80 and not exceeding 
]50 miles, 12 12 cents.-- Over 150 and not exceeding 
400 miles, 18 3-4 cer.ts. — Over 400 miles, 25 cents — Dou- 
ble letters, or those composed of two pieces of paper, are 
charged with double those rates.— Triple letters, with triple 
those rates —.Quadruple letters wiih quadruple those rates*., 
provided they weigh one ounce; otherwise, with triple 
postage. — Ever)' packet composed of four or more pieces 
of paper, and weighing one ounce or nv»» e, is to be charg- 
ed with single postage for each quarter of an ounce : ex- 
cept letters conveyed by water mails, which are not to 
be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the 
packets actually contain more than four distinct letters 

Newspapers.- -Each paper carried not over 100 miles, t 
cent — Over !09 miles, t 1 2 cents ; but if carried to any 
post office in the State in which it is printed, whatever be 
the distance, the rate is 1 cent 

Magazines and Pamphlets are rated by the sheet,— Car- 
ried not over 5Q miles, per sheet, 1 cent.— "Over 50 and 
not over 100 miles, I 1*2 cents.— Any greater distance, 
2 cents. 

iFcmrtft ©ewstts 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES; 

With the number of Square Miles in each State* 

No. of Tnhab. Square Miles. 

Maine 298,335 40,000 

New Hampshire- 244,161 9,491 

Massachusetts 523,287 7,000 

Hhode-lsiand M,059 1,M» 



21 

No. of Inhali: «tfiare MTte*. 

ConneetictflJ 275,248 4 674 

Vermont, 235,704 10,000 

New-York, 1,372,812 46, 1 85 

New-Jersey, 277,575 8,320 

Pennsylvania, 1,049,398 46,300 

Delaware, 72,749 2,120 

Maryland, 407,350 14 <X)0 

Virginia, 1,065,366 70,000 

North Carolina, 638,8^9 48,000 

South-Carolina, 502,741 24,080 

Oeo-gia, 349,989 62.000 

Alabama, 127„y0l 47,000 

Mississippi, 75.448 47 000 

Louisiana, 153,4«7 4.5.000 

Tennessee, 42*J,8l3 40,000 

Kentucky, 564,317 54,000 

Ohio, 581.434 40,000 

Indiana, 147,178 40,000 

Illinois, 55 2U 52,000 

Missouri, 66,560 55,000 

Territory of Michigan, 8,896 34,000 

Territory of Arkansas, 14,273 182,925 

district of Columbia, 33,039 190 

Grand Total, 9,6:5,734 



The number of Indians in tl>e U. States, is estimated in 
round numbers, at about 400.000 ; of whom there are 

In New-England, . . . . . . 2247 

Jn New-York, 4840 

In Ohio, . .....* 2407 

In Michigan and N W. Territory, . . 2748 

In Illinois and Indiana, . . * . 15522 

To the Southern States East of the Mississippi, 60iO2 
West of the MUsjssippi and $, of the Missouri, 105021 



22 

West cf the Mississippi and North of the Missouri, 41350 



Total East of the Rocky Mountains, 
Total West of the Kocky Mountains, 



260000 
i 40000 

400000 



f% 



Old Road from 


Boston to 


A r exv-York 




To Cambridge 


i 


Watertowu 


h 


Waliham 


3 


Weston 


5 


Sudbury 


4 


Marlboro' 


10 


Northboro' 


5 


Shrewsbury 


5 


Worcester 


6 


Leicester 


6 


Spencer 


5 


Brook field 


7 


Weston 


6 i-2 


Palmer 


8 


W i:\-rabara 


7 


Springfield 


10 


£u Afield 


11 


Windsor 


10 


Hartford 


7 


Berlin 


. 11 


Meriden 


6 


Wiallingfopd 


g 


New Haven 


9 


Milford 


9 


Stratford 


¥ 



Brigeport 

Fairfield 

Saugaiuc 

Norwalk 

Darien 

Stamford 

Horseneck 

Rye 

East-Chester 

West Farms 

Harlem-Bridge 

New- York 



4 
4 
.6 
4 
1-2 
1-2 
7 

10 
4 
4 



Whole distance 235 

From Boston to Hart- 
ford 123 
Hartford to N. York 112 

— 235 

Turnpike Jrom New-London 

to Providence & Boston. 
To Mystic-- W« Hams' 7 1-2 
N. Stoiiingtoii— Mi- 
ner's 8 1-2 
Honkiatoi? City <? i-i; 



23 



West-Greenwich, 


Guilford 9 


Blake's 


15 


Bran ford, Barker 9 


"Providence 


16 1-2 


New-Haven t 


Boston 


42 


_ 




— 


— Total 53 


Whole distance 


92 1-2 


From JS ew London to Hart' 


__ 




ford. 


From New-London 


to JKor- 


Waterford — Griffing 5 


rvich and Boston 


Montville— Turner 3 


To Montville 


7 


Saiem 6 


Norwich 


6 


Colchester 6 


Jewett'sCity 


8 


Marlborough— Buel] 8 


Plainfield 


7 


Glastenbury— Hoiister 5 


Sterling 


4 


Wells 5 


£cituate 


11 


Hartford 4 5-4 


Providence 


15 


■ ,n 


-At tie bo rough 
Walpole 


n 


— Total 42S-4 


10 


From Hartford to Albany. 


Dedham 


10 


Farmingcon 9 


Boston 


10 


Can* on 7 



— Total 100 
From Boston to Portland. 

Lynn 7 

Salem 17 

Ipswich 12 

Nevvburyport 12 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth £0 

Portland 7 

— Total 119 
From jYerj- London to JVew- 
lluven. 
Lyme 
Saybrook 

l&lilflgworih 



New Hartford 6 

San dig field 14 

Lenox Coffee-House 22 

New-Lebanon 12 

Pbillipstown 1) 

Union Village 7 

Albany 11 

— Total 91 
.From Albany to Utica. 

Schenectady 14 

Amsterdam 16 

Cauknawauga, 9 

Johnston 7 

Palatfre 14 
Maul)* im 

Littl«J?aUi I 



24 



Herkimer 
Schuyler 

From Utica to Car.andaig 
New Hart Ton) 
"Westmoreland 
Vernon 
Lenox 
Sullivan 
Sianlius 
East-Hill 
Wesl-HiH 
>Iarce!!us 
Kine-mile-creek 
fkeneatelos 
Auburn 
Cayuga 
Geneva 
Gorham 
Ca i) a n (I pjo-u a 



Chippewa 
Niagara Falls 



19 

2 1«£ 



10 



From Canandaigua to JSw/' 
falo 

XCast-Bloomfield 6 

"Wcst-Bloomfield 5 

Lima 5 

Avon 8 
Caledonia 

Batavta 18 

Buffalo 86 

From Canandaigua to Jfia 
gar a Falls 
Genesse River 27 1-2 
Batavia £7 

Buffalo ©reek 36 



— 112 

From Providence to Hart" 

ford} 

Plainfield 30 

Windham 14 

Han ford 30 

Middle road jroyn Bolton to 
Martjord 
Bee ham 16 
Men don 22 
Oxbridge 6 
D ut^lass 5 
Thompson 8 
Pom fret € 
Ash ford It 
MatiBlield 8 
Coventry 6 
Bast Hartford 14 
Hartford I 
9f 

From Hartford, to A* Haven 

through Middleman. 

Middietown 19 

WalMngford ** 

New -Haven. 13 

Hartford to Windsor t ft. 

Springfield 2$ 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 18 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 



25 



ifWwi N. London t$ Newport ~ 

Westerly 15 

Towc-Hill 2S 

I&an'agarset Ferry 
Newport 
From N. York to Washington 

Princeton 

Philadelphia 

Wilmington 

Susquehanna (Havre) 

Baltimore 



52 

94 
128 

192 



Cents 
Washington 



214 
232 



Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford* 

Framing am 

Worcester 

Suit-bridge 

Stafford 
, Vernon 

Hartford 



K— —— I 



Additions and Corrections.- Join- G. C Rrainard, esq. 
Hartford, Thus li. Osborn, esq. Fairfield, attorneys at law. 
Benjamin Ha>yt, jr. Dan bury, l)e . utv Sheriff. DaidB* 
Ingersoll. Notary, Mi!f>rd. Vacations of the \sylurn, 
Hartford, four weeks from the last week in ^pril and 
Sent. Pupils admitted at the close of the Spring Sesifiori. 

Senators in Congress.-*- • Transfer the r ames ol M. blokes 
and Wm. Smith. Representatives.*"- Pennsylvania, Fura- 
tnel D. Ingham, Samuel Forward, vice McCulloch and Sa- 
|ron» ' : Moore—Maryland, Philip Reed, vice Jeremiak 
Dausden— Virginia, add J Randolph— Sun tk -Carolina add 
(Andrew R. Givan ; dele Lowndes and Overstreet -Gene- 
va, read Gilmer for Wilmer. Add Rev Mr. Breckenridg<2, 
Chaplain, Matthew St Clair Claik, Clerk of th« House 
if Representatives. 

OF THE RETREAT FOR THE 



JHon. Nathaniel Terrv, President. 

|Ut. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, Vice President 



26 

David Watkmson, Esq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Tudor, £&q Auditor. 
Jonathan Law, Esq. Secretary. 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 

Eli Todd, M. D. William W. Ellsworth, Esq. Samuel 
Tudor, Esq. George Sumner, M. D Samuel B . Wood- 
ward, M. D. William H. Imlay, Esq. Michael Bull, Esq. 
Henry L Ellsworth, Esq Henry Hudson, Esq. David Por- 
ter, Esq. Jas. Dodd, Esq. i as. Ward, Esq. 

VISITORS. 

Mason F. Cogswell, M. D. William Buel, ML D. Thomas 
Hubbard. M D. Eli Ives, M. D. Thomas Miner, M. D; 
William Tally, M D. 



page 

ACADEMY Bacon 119 

Academy Cheshire, 1 19 

Additions k Corrections 25 

A gricu'S Societies 115 

Almanack 5 

Allotment Judges 21 

Annuity Society 61 

Asylum 61 

Associations 53 
Attorneys see Counties 

banks ioi 

Bjble Societies 67 125 

Bishop's Fu»ud Trustees 56 
Boroughs 1 

Bishops 66 

li 



Courts 12$ 

Cities 121 

Colleges, New-Haven 117 

Harvard 1/<J 

Williams Ho. 

Rhode Island 1 20 

Bowdoin 120 

Dartmouth 120 

Middlebury 120 

Union & Hamilton l2t 

Commis on Assessments 44 

Connect. Government, 

Exec, and legislative 17 

Judicial and Civil 21 

Hartford County 2i8 

New -Haven 24 

W e ■< -Lui.Uou 26 



27 
INDEX. 



foil-field 29 Roads 

Windham 

Litchfield 

Middlesex 

Tolland 
Episcopal *.'onv. Con. 
E. Cic' gy unsettled 
Eclipse s 

Electors 1 Meetings 
ferries 

Gen Association 
Grand Levy 
Certifying Com 
Hale Donation 
Insurance Com Marine 

do Fire 

MILITIA 
Masonic 
Medical Society 
Ministers St Churches 

Do unsettled 

Do Deletes 

Do Licentiates 
Missionary Soc 60 65 

JVli aion School 
Notaries 
Probate Courts 
Retreat for Insane 65J 



31 


Selectmen &, Treasurers 


56 


33 


% ec ttapt. Association 


56 


3fi 


Saving So. Hartford 


»0s 


38 


New Iiaven 


lor, 


56 


Sitfve) ors Land 


u 


53 


t AlsLEi—Tnes 


4 


S 


Interest 


m 


132 


For Coins 


13«J 


U4 


Town Clerks and CoHee 


4! 


S3 


Turnpike Roads, kc 


no 


196 


— 




55 


United States Calender. 


64 


Army 


10 


m 


' ensus 


20 


109 


Clerks U S Courts 


7 


fis 


Collectors &c U S 


7 


07 


Governors of States 


1 5 


102 


Ministers and Consuls, 


>3 


hb 


Navy 


! 2 


5> 


Post-C.fti-e, 


H 


64 


Executive 


\ 


52 


Judicial 


6 


68 


Senators 


2 


64 


Representatives 


4, 


40 


State, War, Navy, Treasury 


3<J\ 


Mint l&'S 



28 

IStsfCiofg Metier* 

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Register^ will use his utmost exertions, to render it accu- 
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siness and others. They who consider the nature of the 
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ft'ora more than two hundred manuscripts, many of v>hicfe 
are written obscurely, errors in names cannot always be 
avoided. Fair copies would correct this difficulty. As 
the Justices of the Peace have been usually appointed by 
the General Assembly, without distinguishing the towns 
in which they reside, they have sometimes been er- 
roneously placed in the Register. It is hoped that any er- 
ror of this kind will hereafter be avoided, by the towns, ia 
which the Justices live, being legally designated. In conse* * 
qtience of the delay of communications from our .cor res* ■« 
poi dents, the tardy returns of the militia officers,- and the 
late period of the year in which some elections are made, 
that propriety and convenience of arrangement which is* 
greatly wished, cannot be made. 

{fcjp 3 Fhe Postage in many instances, necessarily arising 
from the publication of the Register, is very great, and 
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compared with Registers published in other States. The 
editor, therefore, solicits those who write him on their 
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be done, 

SAMUEL GREEN, 




Ijgp* 



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74 . 6 |V| * L * 

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J17008 t. 

GENEALOGY COLJLECTIOI^ 



18 24. 



THE 



ANNUAL CONNECTICUT 

REGISTER, 



AND 

WLnittt( states' Calendar : 

CONTAINING 

An Almanack ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civi!> 
and Military Officers of the State of Connecticut 5 
Principal Town Officers ; Notaries Public ,- Clergy i 
Clerical, Medical, Masonic, Agricultural, Religious, 
Charitable, and Missionary Societies ; City, Borough, 
Bank and Militia officers; Commissioners Turnpikes, 
Bridges and Ferries ; Officers of Colleges and Acade- 
mies ; Attorneys ; Courts ; Governors of the States ; 
Government of the United States, Executive, Legis* 
lative,Judicial and Territorial ; Army and Navy Lists 
Collectors & Surveyors ; Ministers and Consuls ; Post 
Masters ; Postage ; Roads ; Tables of Interesi/Tides, 
Foreign Coins, Skc, 

TO BE CONTINUED ANNUALLY. 



NEJV«LONDONi 

COMPILED, PRINTED AND SOLD BY 
SAMUEL GREEN. 




District op Connecticut, ss. 

Be it remembered, That on the Four- 
teenth day of October, in the forty-seventh 
year of the Independence of the United States 
of America, Samuel Green, of said Dis- 
trict, hath deposited in this office, the title of 

at book, the right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in the 

Tf ords following, to wit : 

The Annual Connecticut Register, and United States' 
Calendar ; containing an almanack ; executive, legislative, 
judicial, civil, and military officers of tke State of Connecti- 
cut ; principal town officers ; notaries public ; clergy ; cle- 
rical, medical, masonic, agricultural, religious, charitable, 
and missionary societies ; city, borough, bank, and militia 
officers ; commissioners turnpikes, bridges and ferries ; 
officers of colleges and academies ; attorneys ; courts ; 
governors of the States ; government of the United States, 
executive, legislative, judicial and territorial ; army and 
navy lists ; collectors and surveyors ; ministers and con- 
suls ; post-masters ; postage ; roads, tables ©f interest, tides, 
foreign coins, &c. — To be continued annually. 

In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United 
States, entitled, " An Act for the encouragement of learn- 
ing, by securing the copies of maps, charts and books, to 
the Authors and Proprietors of them, during the times 
therein mentioned." 

CHARLES A. INGERSOLL, 

Ckrk of the District of Connecticut* 



ECLIPSES— IN THE YEAR 1824. 



here will be 5 eclipses this year, in the following order 
I.— The first will be of the Sun^Januarxl,at3h. 20m. 
, the morning — invisible. 



Sun Jan^arj^l at3h S 



II. — The second will be of the moon, January 16 — visi- 

e, by calculation, as follows : 

Beginning at - - 2 31") Apparent 

Middle, - - - 3 57 time 

Ecliptic, - - - 4 03 y in 

End, - - - - 5 22 the 

"Whole Duration, - - 2 51 J Morning. 

Digits eclipsed, 9 4-10, on the moon's northern limb, ov 

omthe South side of the earth's shadow. 



III. — The third will be a very small eclipse of the Sun. 
me 26th, visible only to those who have a very extensive 
>rizon. The eclipse begins 10 minutes before sunset,and 
e sun will set 1 3-10, digits eclipsed on the Southern 
nb. 



IV. — The fourth will be of the moon, July 10 — visible, 



Beginning at 
Middle, 
Ecliptic, 
End, July 11, 
Duration, - 



10 38 } Apparent 

1 1 22 > time in the 
1 1 32 ) Afternoonj 
Oh. 6m. morn, 

1 28. 



Digit eclipsed, 1 6-10ths oft the moon's Southern limb. 

V.— The fifth will be of the S\m, December 2Qth, at 
u 53i». io the morn, invisible. 



A TABLE shewing the difference of High- 11 ater at 
several places from Aew* London. 

THE fixth column of each monthly page mews the 
time of High-water at New-London, New-York, 
Elizabethtown-Point, Tarpaulin-Cove, Cape-Henlopen, 
Cock-Jpur, in Georgia, and Brunfwick, in North-Caro 
lina— to which if you add and fubtract as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high-water at the fol 
lowing places.— (A) fhews that the annexed quantities 
of time muft be added; (S) fubtracled— (H) ftaads for 
hours, (M) for minutes 



Names of Places 




H.M. 


Names of Places. 


M.M» 


Amboy 


S 


o 45 


Newburyport A 


2 45 


Annapolis, Mar. 


S 


2 C 


New-Haven A 


1 50 


Annapolis, Novf. 


A 


3 ° 


New-Providence S 


I 25 


New-Bedford 


S 


I 12 


Norwich Landing A 


45 


Boflon 


A 


2 T5 


Penobfcot A 


3 


Cape-Ann 


A 


2 45 


Penfacola S 


1 


Cape Fear 


S 


I o 


Philadelphia A 


4 20 


Cafco Bay 


A 


2 15 


Pifcataway A 


2 40 


Charlefton Bar 


S 


2 20 


Plymouth A 


1 45 


Fairfield 


A 


2 O 


Port Royal, S. C. $ 


30 


Frederica,Gf0r£/rf, S 


X Ojportfmouth^ A 


a 45 


Georgetown Bar 


S 


2 2o|Providence S 


1 


Guilfbid 


A 


i 3° 


Quebec A 


3 


Halifax 


A 


3 o 


Rhode-Ifland S 


45 


Hell Gate 


A 


o 30 


Salem A 


2 45 


Hartford 


A 


2 20 


Sandy-Hook S 


45 


Huntington 


A 


2 


Savannah S 


1 12 


Ipfwich 


A 


2 45 


^iaybrook A 


O 15 


Jamestown 


A 


50 


St. Augufline, B. S 


I 25 


Louilbourgh 


A 


3 ^ 


St.. John's, Nevf* A 


3 


Main Ocean 


S 


45 


Tybee Bar A 


is 


Mobile-Point 


A 


6 


Wiiliamfburg, Va. A 


2 15 


Nantucket 


S 


1 30 


Wilmington, N. C. A 


2 15 



INTEREST TABLE. 



A table of simple Interest at six per cent. in Dolls. &c Cen 


Principal. |l w. 1 m. | 8 ra.l 6 rn. (lyear 


D C./D. C.j D. C| D C.( D. C. 


Cents. 10 











Oi ° 


20 











1 


30 











o o i 


40 











1 2 


60 











2 2 


Dollars. 1 








1 


3 * 


2-0 


1 


3 


6 l 6 


30 


1 


4 


9 I 8 


40 


2 


6 


12 2 4 


5>0 


fl 


7 


15 


30 


10:0 1 


5 


15 


30 


6,0 


eojo 2 


10 


30 


60 


1 20 


200 3 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 


40|0 5 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 


500 6 


25 


75 


1 50 


3 O 


1000 12 


50 


1 50 


3 


6 


£000 25 


1 


3 


6 0'12 o 


300 37 


1 50 


4 50 


9 ! 13 


400 50 


2 


[ 6 


12 0:24 


500 0. 62 


2 50 


7 50 


15 0,30 
30 0i60 


1000|1 25 


5 


15 


To find the interest of any particular sum for any cer- 


tain time, multiply the sum by the number of the months. 


.ake one half of the product, and you will find the two 


right hand figures to be cents— the remainder on the left 


■land are dollars, which is the answer. If there be cents 


in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, you will 
find the two right hand figures to be fractions, the two 


next cents and the remainder in dollars. 



IM^^W i iJMttJBa 'B LUlMd kdH 



5 

5 

7 1-2 



A TABLE of various Foreign Coins, &c. with their va- 
lue in Federal Money. 

Dolls, cts. m. 
Sixteenth of a dollar, - - - - 05 2 1-2 

Haifa Pistare»n, !0 

Heal Hate of Spain, 10 9 

An English sixpence,-. - - - -0 111 
Eighth of a dollar, - 
The Livre Tournois of France 
The Franc of France, • 
A Pistareen, - 
An English Shilling, - 
Quarter of a Dollar, - 
The Mark Banco of Hatnburgh 
The Florin or Guelder of the United } 
Netherlands, ) 

A hall Dollar, - - - . - 
The Rupee of Bengal, - 
The UixJ)ollar of Denmark, 
The Rix-DoIIar of Sweden, 
The Ruble of Russia, - - - 
(frowns of England and France, 
The Milrea of Portugal, 
The Tale of China, .... 
The Pagwda* of India, 

A French Pistole, a 

A Spanish Pistole, - - - - 3 

The pound of Ireland. ... -4 
The pound sterling of Great Britai», - 4 

A French Guinea, 4 GO 

An English Guinea, 4 65 7 

A Moidore, 6 CO 8 

Half Johannas, 8 00 

Doubloon, - \ . - - 14 93 4 

Johannas, 16 ©0 





- 

- 

- 



- 

- 

a 
o 





20 

22 2 
2S 

23 

40 

50 

50 

00 

00 

00 

11 

24 
48 
84 
66 7 
77 3 
10 
44 O 



Elector** jHertfnjs . 

Is held annually on the first Monday in April. 



TABLE, 

Showing the value of any number of Cents, from one 
to one hundred, in shillings, pence and farthings. 




Money accounts of the United States are to be 
expressed in Dollars or Units, Dimes or Tenths^ 
Cents or Hundredths, and iW/s or Tkousajidtfis 
sl Dime beins the tenth p^irt of a Dollar, a CWtf 
the hundredth part of a Dollar* and a ji$S the 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 



FOURTH CENSUS 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES: 

With the number of Square Miles in each State* 



Maine 



No. of Inhab. Square Miles 

298,335 40,0i*. 

XewHaiapshire, 244,1 6 i 9,491 

Massachusetts 523,287 7,000 

Ccnnecticmt;, 275,248 4.6.4 

Vermont, 235,704 10,000 

New-York, 1,372,812 46.185 

New-Jersey, 277,575 8,320 

Pennsylvania, 1,049,398 46,300 

Dehm M «.«0 

Maryland, .407,350 14,000 

ViS, 1,065366 70,000 

NorTh^arolina, »«_ M! 



502,741 24,030 

349, 9&9 62,000 

127,901 47,000 



South-Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Alabama l»7 9 yui «u ,uw 

I ouisiana 15.T407 45,000 

Kentucky/ 564,517 54,000 

Ohio, 581,434 40,000 



Indiana, J 47,1 78 40,000 

55.211 52,000 

66,586 55,000 



Illinois, 

Missouri, »0,5W 

1'ppritnw Af Mi^iwn. 8<8Q5 34,(M) 



Territory of Michigan, 8895 

Territory of Arkansas, u "73 182, ?an 

District ©f Columbia, 33,039 W 

Grand Tetrf, 9,825,7314 



1 Mo. 



JANUAUY hatii 31 dnys. 



1«24. 



Jew 


too. Id. Sb. 50m. mo. 
qr. 9J. 7h. 41)111. mora 


ruiuuo. iou. *iu. om. mo. 
Lastqr. 22J. 8b. 59m. aft 
Newmo.&M. lib. tai^ft. 


«i 


w| Calf uclftr. Ice. |(&) l '-|C3H* |,#se, l r - V • 


.. 


5 


C.r. 6 J $ 


7 20 


4 32 


9 18 


Doer 


g 


6 


9 ris« 3h 41m* mo. 


7 28 


4 32 


10 5 


6 4 


4 


7 


(£ Apogee 


7 27 


4 33 


10 50 


7 4 


4 


D 


2d Sunday after Christ. 


7 27 


4 33 


11 33 


3 4 


5 


•2 




7 26 


4 34 


aft. 14 


9 5 


6 


5 


Epiph. 


7 26 


4 34 


54 


10 7 


7 


4 


© slow clock 7m. 


7 25 


4 35 


1 34 


11 9 


8 


5 


Day break 5h. 41m. 


7 24 


4 36 


2 16 


morn 


9 


6 




7 24 


4 36 


3 


9 





7 


7*s South 8h. 


7 23 


4 37 


3 48 


1 ; 


1 


D 


1 aft. Epi. 


7 22 


4 38 


4 40 


2 r 


i* 


2 




7 224 33 


5 38 


3 . 


13 


3 


(f runs high 


7 21 


4 39 


6 39 


4 4 . 


4 


4 


V riseSh. 53m. mo. 


7 20 


4 40 


7 43 


5 m 


.5 


5 




7 20 


4 40 


8 46 


6 Si 


JG 


6 


]) eclipsed and perigee. 


7 19 


4 41 


9 47 


Iris 


1? 


7 


high tides 


7 18 


4 42 


10 44 


7 1. 


13 


D 


2nd. after Ep'ph. *2 station 


7 7 


4 43 


11 37 


8 S 


iS 


2 


J gr, elongation 


7 16J4 44 


■\\ ■./!" . 


9 41 


£0 


3 


inters %g 


7 :5|4 45 


27 


tq r 5. 


H 


4 




7 14J4 46 


1 16 


QflO; , 


J2 


5 


S*. Vincent 


7 1314 47 


2 4 





5 3 


G 


O slow clock 12m, 


7 1 2J4 48 


2 53 


1 1 


24 


7 


£ station. 


7 11 4 49 


3 42 


2 r 


£5 


D 


•3d aft. Epiph. 


7 10j4 50 


4 33 


o 


£G 


2 


Day break 5k, 30m. 


7 9j4 51 


5 24 


4 : 


27 


3 


J runs lew 


7 8|4 52 


6 15 


5 


£e 


4 


2 rise 4h. 14n& mor. 


7 714 53 


7 5 


5 5 1 


29 


5 




7 6!4 54 


7 53 


6 2? 


30 


6 




7 5k 55 


8 39 


(fs 


^J 


/ 


J apogee 6 J 9 


7 4*4 56 


9 22 


5 49 



H Mo. FEBRUARY hath 28 days. 1824." 


Hirst qr. U. 10b. 16m. att. | Last qr. £ld. Oh. 28m. aft. 


Full mo. 144. 2h. 37m.after. | New mo. 29*J. 5h.51m. aft. 


M 


wj Calendar, kc. H^r.|<^|R 8 ea.lr. p.. 


1 


I 1 4th aft. Epiph. 


\1 3j4 57/10 41 6 49 


9 


2 
3 


Tarit. 13.V.M. 


7 2-4 58 


10 45 


7 49 


3 


* 


7 14 59 


11 26 


8 49 


4 


4 


Day br. 5h. Sim. 


6 59 5 1 


aft. 7 


9 49 


5 


5 




6 58'.5 2 


50 


10 52 


6 


6 


DO!? 


6 57j5 3 


1 35 


11 55 


7 


7 


0slow clock 15m. 


6 56;5 4 


2 25 


morn. 


8 


& 


5 aft.Epiph. J ri. 4b. 27ro. 


6 54 5 6 


3 18 


1 3 


9 


2 




6 53 5 7 


4 16 


2 6 


10 


3 


6 J^ 


6 52 5 8 


5 17 


3 7 


11 




6 5l]5 9 


6 20 


4 8 


12 


5 




6 49|5 11 


7 21 


4 55 


J5 


5 


2/ sets 3h. 50m, morn. 


6 485 12 


8 20 


5 42 


14 


7 


Valentine J) perigee 


6 47)5 13 


9 16 


3 rise 


15 


I) 


Septuagesima 


6 46|5 14 


10 9 


6 46 


16 


:2 


high tides 


6 44'5 16 


11 


8 2 


17 


o 


- 


6 43*5 17 


11 51 


9 17 


18 


4 


Day break 5b. 4m. 


6 42 ! 5 18 


morn. 


10 24 


19 


5 


© ent.X 


6 4l|5 19 


42 


11 32 


20 


6 


2 ri.4h. 33m. morn. 


6 39|5 21 


1 33 


maro. 


21 


7 


2> low 


6 38 5 22 


2 25 


43 


22 


D 


Geo. Washington born 1733 


6 36 5 24 


a 17 


1 42 


23 


2 




6 35 5 Q5 


4 10 


2 32 


24 


3 


St. Matt. 


6 34'5 26 


5 


3 23 


25 


4 


6 2 2 Qsl.crk.13ro. 


6 32 


5 28 


5 49 


4 9 


26 


5 


21 station 


6 31 


5 29 


6 36 


4 4 


27 


6 


<[ apogee 


6 30 


5 30 7 21 


5 8 


28 


1 




6 28 


5 321 8 4 


5 36 


29 

' """'J 


D 


Quinquage?. 


6 27 ! 5 33| 8 45 


Dsets 


''he Plant t Venus ( o ) win be Moraine Star until 


the 29th of July; thence Evening Star until the end j 


of t]jft yaar. | 



Ill Mo. MARCH hath 31 dayi. 1,'J<24. 


First qr. 22d. (5b. 4 i4m. mo. 


A-»ast qr. 8 J. 9h.22m. mo. 


Full mo. S4d. lOh. 15m. mo. 


New roo.15d.0h.50*. mo. 


M)l 


ff| Calendar, &c. |(£r.l©lJF.§e*|r !>•. 


1 5 


1 ®slow clock 12. 


6 2b 1 5 34 


9 26 


6 44 


2: 


5 Sh.Tueg. V. ri. 4b. 44ra 


6 24 5 36 


10 8 


7 44 


3/ 


i Ash Wednesday 


6 23 


5 37 


10 51 


8 47 


4< 


> 7*s set at midnight 


6 21 


5 39 


11 36 


9 47 


5 ( 




6 20 


5 40 


aft.12 


10 57 


6*; 


' daybreak 4h. 42m. 


6 19 


5 41 


1 16 


morn. 


7( 


3 1st in lent 


6 17 


5 43 


2 12 


1 


82 


3 rone high 


6 16 


5 44 


3 10 


1 2 


92 


d3>^ 


6 14 


5 46 


4 10 


2 2 


10 4 




6 13 


5 47 


5 10 


2 51 


1] 5 




6 12 


5 48 


6 8 


3 38 


12 C 


Gregory martyr 


6 10 


5 50 


7 4 


4 15 


13 7 


* D perigee 


6 9 


5 51 


7 58 


4 51 


14C 


' 2 in lent % S et2h. 


6 8 


5 52 


8 50 


J rise 


15 2 


(?©D hi S h Wei 


6 6 


5 54 


9 42 


6 54 


16 3 




6 5 


5 55 


10 34 


3 8 


17 4 




6 4 


5 56 


11 26 


9 23 


18 5 


Daybreak 4h. 25 m. 


6 3 


5 57 


aaorn. 


10 30 


19 6 


slow clock 8m. 


6 1 


5 59 


26 


11 37 


20 7 


ent. T 


6 


6 


1 14 


morn- 


21 C 


3 in ienf. Benedict 


5 59 


6 1 


2 8 


56 


22 2 

23 3 


a©2/ 


5 57 
5 55 


6 3 
6 5 


3 
3 51 


A 46 

1r-i7 


24 4 


J0f 


5 54; 


6 6 


4 39 


2 48 


25 5 


AnnunB.V.M D perigee 


5 52 


6 8 


5 24 


3 16 


26 6 


Venus rise 4h. 44m, morn. 


5 51 


6 9 


6 8 


3 44 


27 7 




5 49 


6 11 


6 50 


4 8 


28 C 


4 in lent mid. lent 


5 48 


a 12 


7 32 


4 32 


29 2 




S 47| 


5 13 


3 13 


5 10 


30 


4CD D 


5 46 


3 14 8 57 


3 set. 


31 4 ~ " 


5 44]6 161 9 42 


7 5ll 



IV. Mo. APRIL hitch 30 d 3 1824. 


First qv. 6j.Sh. 31m. aft. 


Las. q .21... th. 23m.nf • 


Full mo. 13rf 11. Qm. mo. 


New mo.28d.ll . 33m.af • 


M|W| Caleadarr&c. lg)r. ©§.|F.»e£ ^, 


1 


5 


slow clock 4m. 


5 43>6 17 


10 301 8 5? 


2 


6 


Pay break 4h. 3m. 


5 41j6 19 


11 21 10 C 


3 


7 


V^nus rise 4b, 38nu 


5 40 6 20 


nft.16 11 5 


4 


C 


5 in lent. 


5 38 6 22 


1 13 


11 56 


5 


2 


St. Ambrose 3 pass ov. 2/ 


5 37 16 23 


2 1$ 


mom. 


6 


3 




5 36 j6 24 


3 11 


53 


7 


4 


7*s. set 10b. 


5 34 6 26 


4 8 


1 39 


8 


5 


2/ sets Oh. 40m. morn. 


5 33 6 27 


5 3 


2 23 


9 







5 32 16 28 


5 55 


2 57 


10 


7 


(T perigee 


5 30 '6 30 


6 47 


3 30 


11 


c 


6 in lent. 


5 29 16 31 


7 37 


3 58 i 


12 


g 




5 28;6 32 


8 28 


4 26 


13 


3 


\5 26 ! 6 34 


9 20 


3>ris. 


u 


4 


5 256 35 


10 14 


8 18 


15 


5 


5 24J6 35 


11 8 


9 23 


1G 


G 


Good Friday ]}Ioiv 


morn 


10 2<J 


i? 


7 




5 21 6 39 


3 


11 20 


1;: 


c 


Easter Day 


5 20;6 40 


57 


naori 


19 


z 


K VT. b D ft 


5 196 41 


1 50 


n 


20 


to 

■ > 


E. T. O ent. 8 


5 17 6 43 


2 39 


5; 


21 


'\ 




5 16 6 44 


3 2b' 


1 2 


22 


5 

6 


5 apogee 

Q -a ; t elk. 2m. 


5 15 6 45 
5 14 6 46 


4 10 
4 53 


1 50 

2 It 


24 


V 


1-st after Ea*t. low Sund. j 5 12 i 6 4<i 


5 34 


2 42 


55 


c 


Uav br. 3h.21m. 


6 16 


3 6 


2G 


g 


Venus rise 4h. 19m« mo. 


5 10.6 50 


6 58 


3 £S 


27 


3 


i>OD 


5 9 6 51 


7 43 


3 54 


21 


A 


5 816 52 


8 30 


3 set 4 
7 56 


20 


5 




5 6 6 54 


9 21 


3C 


|6 






5 516 55 


10 15 


1 9 1 



r 7 


M 


•>. MAY h.iihSl days. 1824.) 


Rrstq .5d. lib. 28m, f 


Last qr. 20 . 7 ... 50 o.a< . 


Full mo. ^i.9h. 47 . af. 


Ne mo.28 l->h.'J6m. i . 


.,i|Vfl Calendar, 8cc. ©r.<v).F. j . } s . 


l 


7 


St. Fbiljp &. James 


5 4 6 56i 


11 13 


10 1 


o 


c 


2 after East. $r. 4h. 13m. 


5 36 57 


.IS 


10 59 


3 


2 


6 3 J[ 


5 26 58 


i 12 


11 43 


4 


3 




5 1*6 59 


2 9 


morn. 


$ 


4 


% stat. Gen.Elcc. N.IIav. 


4 597 1 


3 4 


26 


6 


5 


j) perigee 


4 5817 2 


3 56 


1 3 


7 


6 


John Evan. 


4 57 ! 7 3 


4 46 


1 33 


v> 


7 


©fast clock 4m . 


4 56'7 4 


5 '-5 


2 2 


9 


, 


3 ait. E. 


4 55j7 5 


6 25 


2 34 


10 


2 


g gr. Elong. 


4 54 7 6 


7 15 


3 5 


11 


3 




4 53 7 7 


8 6 


3 37 


12 


4 


c5D0 


4 527 8 


9 


])r i»» 


13 


5 


V. rise 4h. 3m. morn. 


4 5$y 9 


9 54 


8 16 


14 


6 


2/ sets 10h.43m. 


4 507 10 


10 49 


9 11 


15 


7 


j runs lew 


4 49J7 11 


11 43 


10 7 


16 


C 


4 aft. East. 


4 4817 12 


0' ' 


10 44 


17 


J 


6 C ft 


4 47J7 13 


33 


11 22 


18 


3 


Daybr. 2h. 42m. 


4 46J7 14 


1 21 


11 5 


19 


4 


rfOJz 


4 45(7 15 


2 7 


mon. 


m 


5 


u. apogee 


4 44i7 16 
4 44j7 16 


2 50 


ft 


21 


6 


ent. II 


3 32 


47 


22 


? 


$ station. 


4 43J7 17 


4 12 


1 li 


23 


c 


5 ait. East. Rogation Sufe. 


4 42 


7 18 


4 53 


1 M 


24 


2 




4 41 


7 19 


5 36 


1 56 


25 3 


fast clock 3m. 


4 40 


7 20 


6 21 


2 24 


26 


4 


Venus rise. 3b. 53m. 


4 40 


7 20 


7 10 


2 51 


27 


5 


A seen. Holy Thursday 


4 39 


7 21 


8 


3 33 


28 


6 




4 38 


7 22 


9 1 


^ sets 


29 


7 


Moon high 


4 38 


7 22 


10 1 


8 51 


a 


r; 


Sun. af. Aseen. 


4 37 


7 23 


11 2 


9 39 


q 


*> DV 


4 36 


7 24 


after 1 


10 26 



YI Mo. JUNE hath 30 days. 1824. 


LbSt^r. 19d. Ob. 34m. after. 


First qr. 4d. 4h. 22m. mo. 


iNew mo.26d.6h.52m. after. 


Fall mo. lid. 9h. 46m. m©. 


M | W | Calendar, &c. |g) r . 


l©8. 


F.sea>. { s. 


1 


3 


I) perigee high tides 


4 36 


7 24 


58 11 "7 


2 


4 


© fast clock 2m. 


4 35 


7 25 


1 52 


11 39 


3 


5 


infe. 6 O 2 


4 35 


7 25 


2 42 


morn. 


4 


6 




4 34 


7 26 


3 31 


7 


6 


7 


c? 9h j 


4 34 


7 26 


4 20 


32 


6 


C 


Whit. Sund. 


4 33 


7 27 


5 8 


1 2 


7 


2 


day br. 2h. 18m. 


4 33 


7 27 


5 58 


1 32 


8 


3 


V. rise. 5h, 47m. morn. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 50 


2 7 


9 


4 




4 32 


7 28 


7 43 


2 41 


10 


5 


D runs low 


4 32 


7.28 


8 37 


3 15 


11 


S 


7*s. rise 2k. 40m. morn. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 40 


3ris. 


12 


7 




4 31 


7 29 


10 22 


8 41 


13 


C 


Trim Sund Si X 


4 31 


7 29 


11 11 


9 16 


14 


2 


# sets 9h. 22m» 


4 31 


7 29 


11 57 


9 51 


15 


3 


£ station. 


4 31 


7 29 


tttfcrri. 


10 18 


16 


4 


3) apegee 


4 31 


7 29 


41 


10 44 


17 


5 




4 31 


7 29 


1 23 


11 6 


18 


6 




4 30 


7 30 


2 3 


11 48 


19 


7 


day br. 2h. 11m. 


4 30 


7 30 


2 44 


11 8 


20 


.' ■ 


1 after Trin. 


4 30 


7 30 


3 25 


morn. 


21 


2 


ent. 25 


4 30 


7 30 


4 8 


16 


22 


3 




4 30 


7 30 


4 54 


47 


23 


4 


CO slow clock 2m» 


4 30 


7 30 


5 45 


1 18 


24 


5 


Nat. St. JohnB. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 40 


2 & 


25 


6 




4 31 


7 29 


7 39 


2 50 


26 


7 


b D S eclips. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 40 


J sets 


27 


c 


2aft Trin. b D 2/. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 42 


8 15 


23 


2 


5 gr. t.1. 3) perigee 


4 31 


7 29 


10 41 


8 59 


29 


3 


high tides 


4 31 


7 29 


11 38 


9 32 


30 


4 




4 32 


,7 28 


alt.Sl 


10 2 



VII Mo. JULY hath 31 ,| ftVH . | ..,•: 


First «p\ 2d. 91). 44m. mo, 


La*tq •. i9d, 3n. 10m, mTTTtr 


Fullmo.lOJ. llh.33ai.afr. 


New ino. 2(3 '. .?">. 22 


in. mo 


Mjw} Calendar, \;r. 


|©r.|©8 


P'.Vhi 




1 


o 


(<^ slow clock . 


i 3S 


>7 28 


1 -:. 


™ 


8 

7 




4 3* 


7 ei 


2 li 


10 59 


3 




4 3: 


7 27 


3 C 


11 27 


4 


C 


3d. aft.Tri a* Independence 


4 3C 


7 27 


3 50 


11 59 


5 
6 


e 


Dayb:.2h. 18m, 


1 3: 
4 34 


► 7 27 

7 20 


4 41 

5 33 


tri em. 
33 


7 


4 




4 ^ 


7 20 


6 20 


1 15 


8 


5 




4 35 


7 25 


7 19 


1 58 


8 


6 




A 3 £ 


7 25 


8 11 


2 54 


10 


7 


D cclips. 6 D ft 


4 36 


7 24 


9 


Jrisi- 

7 47 


11 


C 


i'afterTrto. 


4 37 


7 23 


9 48 


12 


2 




4 37 


7 23 


10 33 


8 5 


13 


3 


3 slow clock 5ra. 


4 30 


7 22 


11 15 


8 43 


14 


4 


])apogee 


4 88 


7 22 


11 56 


9 4 


15 


5 


cS©2i 


4 39 


7 21 


morn. 


9 29 


16 


8 




4 40 


7 20 


36 


9 52 


17 


7 




4 41 


7 19 


1 17 


10 14 


18 


C 


5 after Trio. 6 £ 2J 


4 41 


7 19 


1 58 


10 43 


19 


2 


Daybr.2h.33m. 


4 42 


7 18 


2 42 


11 12 


20 


3 




4 43 


7 17 


3 SO 


11 52 


21 


4 


*'** 


4 45 


7 15 


4 22 


ciorn. 


22 


5 


(T) ent. a 


4 46 


7 14 


5 18 


32 


29 


6 


>runs high 


4 46 


7 14 


6 17 


1 32 


24 


7 


4^ 


4 47 


7 13 


7 19 


2 32 


25 


e 


6*f. T. 6 ]> 2/Dogfla.beg. 


4 48 


7 12 


8 20 


3 31 


26 


2 


St. Tames. O si. elk. 6m. 


4 49 


7 11 


9 19 


Jset. 


27 


3 


1 perigee 


4 50 


7 10 


10 16 


7 57 


28 


4 


v rtry high tides. 


4 51 


7 9 


11 10 


8 30 


29 


5 


Sup. 6 02 


4 52 


7 8 


tft. 2 


8 58 


30 


6 




4 53 


7 7 


53 


9 29 


31 


7 


4 53 


7 7 


149 


9 59 



/ Till Mo. AUGUST hath SI days. 




18W. | 


?irst qr. Id. 5h. 8m. after. 
F«llmo.9d.2h.45m. after. 
Lastqr. 17d. Sh. 45m. aft. 


New mo. 24d. 9h. 40m. mo. 
Last qr. 31d.3h. 56m. mo. 


m|w\ Catendar ; Sec. l££r.lfl*i.JF.»e*fr f 2 s. 


1 


c 


7 aft. Trio. 


4 54 


7 6 


2 35 


10 31 


2 


2 


Day br. 2h.52m. 


4 55 


7 5 


3 28 


11 J3 


* 


3 




4 56 


7 4 


4 21 


U 58 


4 


4 


D run low 


4 57 


7 3 


5 14 


morn. 


5 


5 


T*s. rise lib. 


4 59 


7 1 


6 6 


46 


6 


6 


Trangfig. of our L. 


5 


7 


6 57 


1 44 


7 


7 


Q slow elk. 5m. 


5 1 


6 59 


7 45 


2 42 


8 


C 


8 after Trin. 


5 2 


6 58 


8 20 


3 39 


9 


2 




5 3 


6 57 


9 14 


Dris. 


10 


3 


St. Lawrence 


5 4 


6 56 


9 55 


7 10 


11 


4 


"5 apogee 


5 5 


6 55 


10 36 


7 34 


12 


5 




5 6 


6 54 


11 17 


7 58 


13 


6 


21 ri. 3b* 21m, morn. 


5 8 


6 52 


11 58 


8 21 


14 


7 




5 9 


6 51 


morn. 


8 44 


15 


f _j 


9 aft. Trin, 


5 10 


6 50 


41 


9 16 


16 


I 




5 11 


6 49 


1 27 


9 48 


17 


3 




5 12 


6 48 


2 16 


10 32 


13 


4 


J runs high 


5 14 


6 46 


3 8 


fl 16 


19 


5 


C*} si. cl. Sm. 


5 15 


6 45 


4 5 


morn. 


20 


6 


daybr.3h. 32m. 


5 16 


6 44 


5 4 


5 


*1 


7 




5 17 


6 43 


6 4 


1 o 1 


22 


( 


10 aft. Trin. 


5 19 


6 41 


7 4 


t?8 


23 


2 


© ent. Kl 


5 20 


6 40 


8 2 


3 55 


24 


<3 


St. Bart. J) perigee 


5 21 


6 39 


8 58 


Dset* 


25 


4 


Com. Cambridge. 


5 22 


6 38 


9 52 


6 58 


26 


5 




5 23 


6 37 


10 45 


7 30 


;27 


6 




5 25 


6 35 


11 38 


8 1 


28 


7 


St. Auguitine 


5 26 


6 34 


aft.32 


8 38 


29 


C 


11 af.T. fct.John B.behead. 


5 28 


6 32 


1 26 


9 14 


SO 


2 




5 29 


6 31 


2 20 


10 2 


L 3 2 


* 




5 30, 


6 30 


3 15 


10 49 



IX. Mo. SEPTEMBER hath 30 days. 


1824. 


Full mo. 8d. Gh. 52m. mor. | New mo. 22d. 5h.40rn.af. 


Last qr. 16d. 2b. 89m. mo. | First qr. 29«l. 6h 


. 45ro.af. 


Ml\V| Caltndar, &x. I 


forj©s.,Fse 


a.ir. 3)9. 


1 4 


Day break 3h. 44ra. Cora-j. 


5 32 ( 


3 2814 


8| 


11 43 


25 


mencemet Providence. 1 


3 33 ( 


3 27 4 


59 


norn. 


36 


Dog days end. 


3 34 \ 


3 26 5 


48 


44 


47 




3 36 


3 24 (5 


35 


1 43 


5C 


M2af.THn. 


5 37 


6 23 7 


19 


2 45 


62 


D apogee 


5 38 


6 2218 


1 


3 47 


73 


$ gr. elon. <J fast cl. 2m. 


5 40 


5 20 


3 


43 


4 46 


84 


Com. Yale College 


5 41 


6 19 


9 


24 


3) rise 


9 5 


2 set 6b. 5£m. 


5 42 


6 18 


10 


5 


6 33 


10 6 




5 44 


6 16 


10 


48 


6 58 


117 




5 45 


5 15 


11 


33 


7 28 


12 C 


' 13 aft. Trin. 


5 46 


6 14 mom. 


7 57 


13 2 


*0 fast elk. 4*1. 


5 48 


6 12 


20 


3 35 


14 3 


D liigh 


5 49 


6 11 


1 


11 


9 14 


15 4 


Day br.4!i. '7 aa • 


5 51 


6 9 


2 


5 


10 16 


16 5 


% rise 2b. 45m. mo. 


5 52 


6 8 


3 


2 


11 18 


17 t 




5 53 


6 7 


4 





morn 


'118" 


1 ■ 


5 55 


6 5 


4 


58 


26 


19 ( 


2 14 af. Trin. J? station. 


5 56 


6 4 


5 


£5 


1 40 


20 5 


5 


5 57 


6 3 


6 


41 


2 57, 


1 2i : 


1 St. Matt* 1) perigee 


5 59 


6 1 


7 


45 


4 13 


J22 1 


| O ent. £2= 


5 


G 


8 


39 


fc sets 


23 ii 




6 1 


5 59 


6 


32 


'6 7 


|24( 




6 2 


5 58 


10 


26 


6 42 


25 


7 fast elk. 8m. 


6 4 


5 56 


11 


2-2 


7 18 


!26< 


- 15 aft. Trin. 


6 6 


5 54 


• ft.18 


8 4 


*7i 


2 J runs low 


6 7 


5 53 


1 


14 


8 50 


J28 


3 


6 8 


5 52 


2 


9 


9 48 


2 2 


* djft 


6 1C 


5 50 


8 


n 
O 


10 4G 


130 


5 


6 11 


5 49 


3 


53 


11 48 



2 



X Mo. 



OCTOBER hath 31 dayg. 



1824 



Full mo. 7d. llh. 9m. after. 
Last qr. 15d. llh. 38m. mo. 



Nevr mo. 2£d. 3h.16m.mo 
First qr, 29d. lb. 5m. aft. 



M|w| 



Calendar, Arc. 



IQr.lQg.lF.sea 



rjs 



1 
% 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

1 10 

in 

12 
13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
£6 
27 
28 
29 
SO 
31 



fast elk. 10m. 
Inf. d©5 
16 aft. Trin. 
D apogee 



fast elk. 12m 9 



17 aft. Trin. 

7*s rise 7b. 5 station. 

D high 

Day br. 4h.51m. 

% riaeOho 27m. 



18 aft. Trin. 
Luke 

5 gr. elon. 
j) perigee 

high tides. 

ent. % 

19 aft. Trin. 

A <T % • ©fast elk. 5m. 

Day br. 5h. 5m. 

6 M 

kt« Simon & Judge 



20 aft. Trin. 



6 13 
6 14 
6 15 
6 17 
6 18 
6 19 
6 21 
6 2? 
6 24 
6 25 
6 26 
6 28 
6 20 
6 30 
6 32 
6 33 
6 34 
6 36 
6 37 
6 38 
6 40 
6 41 
6 42 
6 44 
6 45 
6 46 
6" 47 
6 49 
6 50 
'6 51 
[6 52 



4 41 

5 26 

6 9 

6 50 

7 31 

8 12 

8 55 

9 39 

10 27 

11 17 
morn. 

10 

1 6 
2 

2 59 

3 54 

4 48 

5 41 

6 33 

7 25 

8 18 

9 12 

10 8 

11 6 
aft. 3 

58 

1 50 

2 40 

3 26 

4 10 



morn. 

48 

1 47 

2 47 

3 46 

4 46 
Dris. 

5 54 

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GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 

Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 

Salary, §51100. 
JABE2 W. HUNTINGTON, Esq. ExecutivQJkcret 

HIS HONOR 

DAVID PLANT, Esq,. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

Salary, $300. 



■SENATORS 

Hon. David Hill, 

Orange Merwin, 
Elisha Phelps, 
William Moselet, 
Austin Olcott, 
Aeel Wheeler, 



II on . C it ii . Ma k wa r i a c 
Luther Loom is, 
Elenezer Youag 
David Keyes, 
Calvin Willey 
[One Vacancy.] 



William W. Boardman, Esq. Clerk of the Seii&ie: 

Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary. 

James Thomas, Esq. Compt. of Public Accounts, 

lion. James Hillhouse, Cojnmibsioner of th p < 

School Fund. 



22 

ROLL OF THE 

May— 1823. 



SETH P. BEERS, Esq. Speaker. 

Nathan Johnson, and J. Prescott Hall, Esquires, Clerks, 

Hartford, Nathan Johnson, Jeremy HoacJley 

Berlin, Elijah Francis, Levi Barnes 

Bristol, Tracy Peck. 

Burlington, David Marks 

Canton, Jasper Bid well 

gnat Hartford, Shubael Griswold, Zeb. Bid well 

llast- Windsor, Spaphras L. Phelps, Ahner Heed 

Enfield, Jabez Collins, L. T. Pease. 

Favmington, Timothy Pitkin, George Cowles 

Glastenbury, A\ex. Hollister, David E. Hubbard 

Granby, Alpheus Hayes, Hez. Griswold 

IJartland, Jared Newell, Warebam Williams 

.Marlborough, Joseph Carrier 

Simsbury, Oliver C. Phelps, Amos Tuller 

Southington, Sylvester Norton, Chester Grannis 

Suffield, Andrew Dennison, Timothy Phelps 

Wethersfehl, Leonard Wells, Levi Lusk 

TVindsor,G\\es Ellsworth, Augustus Bolles 

New-Haven, R. I. Ingersoll, Cornelius Tuthill 

Branford, Henry Taintor, Orrin D. Squire 

Cheshire, Samuel A, Foot, Silas Hitchcock 

Derby, Truman Coe 

East- Haven, Be la Farnum 

Guilford. Nathaniel Griffing, Win. Todd 

Jlamden, Jared Bassett 

Meriden, Samuel Paddock jr. 

JMiddlebury, Jame9 D. Worcester 

Milford, Samuel B. Gunn, Wm. Strong 

North- Haven, Daniel Doolitlle 

Orange, B. L. Lambert 

Oxford \ Llias Scott 



23 

Southbury, Gideon Judson 

Walling for (1,3.1). Reynolds, J. B. Johnson 

Waterbury, Obidiah Warner, A, Adams 

Wolcott, Levi Hall 

Woodbridge, Noyes Darling, Adonijali French 

New-London, Ghas. Bulkley, Isaac Thompson 

Bozrah, Elijah Abel 

Colchester, Samuel A. Peters, David Deming 

Franklin, A Ivan Abel 

Grisxuold, William Lord 

Groton, James Mitchell, Adam Larabee 

Lisbon, Joseph L. Lyon 

Lyme, Richard E Velden, Joel Loomis 

Montville, Sherwood Raymond 

Norwich, Elisha Tracy, George Mill 

Worth Stonii.gton, Wm. Randall, Fr Asher Coatea 

Preston, Stephen Meech, William Kimball 

Stoning ton, Elisha Faxon, Jesse Dean 

Salem, Elijah Tread way 

Waterford, James Rogers, 2d. 

Fairfield, Jessup vVakeman, Seymour Taylor 

Brookfield, Stephen Gregory 

Bridgeport, Joseph Baakus 

J) anbury , Sturges £elieck, James Knapp 

JDarien, John Weed, Jun. 

Green-Mich, Stephen Warring, Silas Davis 

Huntington, Levi Edwards, *#bner liyde 

JVeiv- Canaan, SamueMJayraond 

JVew Fairfield, Thaddeus Barnum 

JKeivtown, Isaac Scudder, Jacob Beers 

JVorwa/k, Moses Gregory, Noah Wilcox 

Bedding, John R. Hill, *#aron San ford 

Bidge field, Aaron Lee, Richard Nash 

Stamford, Danie! Lockwood, Char!es Hawley 

Stratford, Robert Fairohild 

Trumbull, Isaac Booth 

Wettoiu James Prince, Alva Gray 

Wilton, Erastus Sturges. 

Brooklyn, Vine Robinson 

Ashford* Ebenezer Byles, Amasa Lyon 

Chaplin, David ^very 



24 

'olumbia, Amherst Scovill 
'anterbury, Joseph Simmons, ^bijah Dewing 
tampion, Charles Moulton 
fittingly, Luther Warren-, Penuel Hutchins 
Lebanon, W. T. Williams, Anderson Martin 
Mansfield Luther Kingsley, Roger Gurley 
Plainfield, John Dunlap, Isaac Knight 
Pomfret, J. Prescott Hall, George Sharp 
Sterling' John Thurston 
Thompson, John Nichols Jr. Jthn Bates jr. 
Voluntoivn, Miner Robbins 
Windham Joha Baldwin, Abner Robinson 
Woodstock, Thomas Chandler, William Bowen 
Litchfield, feeth P. Beers, Phineas Miner 
Jiarkhamstead, Samuel Munson, Elijah Jone3 
JBethlem, Nathan Burton, jUn. 
Canaan, Asa S. Brewster, Benajah Douglass 
Colebrook, Thomas Concklin, Asaph Pinney 
Cornxvali, Oliver Burnham, Samuel Hopkins 
Goshen, Erastus Lyman, Henry Hart 
Jiarivinton, Uriah Hopkins^ Marvin Griswold 
Kent, Russell Judd. 

Neiv-Hartford, Asa 'Goodwin, James Henderson 
Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Benjamin Welch 
.JVe-w-Milford, Perry Smith, Samuel Canfield 
Plymouth, Thomas Mitchell 
Roxbury, Josiah R. Eastman, 
Salisbury, Samuel Church, Parley Hubbard 
Sharon, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith 
Torritigton, Levi Munsell, John Gillet, jr. 
Tatcrtown, Samuel H. Nettleton 
Woodbury, William Drakely, Chauncey Crafts 
Winchester, Isaac Brownson, Jonathan Coe, Jr 
barren, Geo. Starr 

Washington, Wm. Coggswell, Evets Moody. 
Iiddletowk, John Alsop, Josiuh Savage 
Chatham, Guy Cooper, Ralph Smith 
Durham, DaDiel Bates, Lemuel Camp 
East Haddam, Richard Lord, A. C. Palmer 
ffaddam, Jonathan Usher, Joseph Scovil 
Killing-worth, John Stanton, Jedediah Harris 



25 

Saybrooh, Gurdon Smith, Nathaniel Clark. 

Tolland, Eliphalet Young, George M. Hyde. 

Bolton, Joseph Carver 

Coventry, Elijah Wright, Calvin Manning 

Ellington, Benjamin Pioney 

Hebron, Leonard Hendee, Hezekiah Bissell 

Somers, */fmariah Kibbe, Jr. Oliver Collins 

Stafford* Samuel Rockwell, Garner Cady 

Union, Robert Lawson, Eleazar Bugbee 

Vernon, Oliver H. King 

Willington, Hiram Rider, Eiisha Brigham. 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 



Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, Chief Judge 
Hon. John T. Peters, I Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, 

Asa Chapman, William Bristol. 

Thomas Day, esq. Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 



ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES, 
From June, 1823, to June, 1824, 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Chief Judge Hosmer, Hartford County. 
Judge Peters, Winwham and New-London Counties 
Judge Chapman, N. Haven and Middlesex Counties. 
Judge Brainard, Tolland and Fail field Counties. 
Judge Bristol, Litchfield County. 

WINTER SESSIONS. 

Chief Judge Hosmer, Litchfield and Tolland. 
Judge Peters, Fairfield. 
Judge Chapman, Windham and N Londoa. 
Judge Brainard, Hartford. 
Judge Bristol, X. Haven and Middlesex. 



26 
COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Hon. Elisha Phelps, Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Thomas Day, John M Niles, Esquires, 

Thomas Chester, Esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 

Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford.— John T. Peters, Elisha Colt, John Caldwel?, 
John Kuss, Thomas Day, Joseph Trumbull, Hezekiah. 
Huntington, Isaac Spencer, Luiher Savage, Nathaniel Sey- 
mour, Henry Seymour, Nathau Johnson^ Talcott Wolcott, 
John M. Niles, Charles Sigourney, Isaac Tousey, Joseph 
G. Norton, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Esqrs. 

Berlin.— Daniel Dunbar, Jabez Langdon, Andrew Pratt, 
Luther Beckley, Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin 
Allen, John Dunham, 2d, Esqrs. 

Bristol. — Enos Ives, Joel Trusdale, Leicester Carring- 
ton, Jared W. Pardee, Charles G. Ives, Esqrs. 

Burlington. — Simeon Hart, Elias Wooden, Wm. Marks, 
Esqrs 

Canton.— James Humphreys, Benjamin Wood, Elisha 
Case, Esqrs. 

East -Hartford. — Lemuel White. Levi Goedwin, Samuel 
Pitkin, Ozias Williams, Joseph Treat, Esqrs 

Easf- Windsor. -~T\xnothy Ellsworth, Jonathan Bartlett, 
Eli B. Haskell* Godfrey .Scarborough, Jonathan Pasco, 
Asher Allen, Daniel Hayden, Horace Barber, Erastus 
Strong, Elliot Grant, Esqrs. 

Enjiehl.— Henry Terry, E'.am O. Potter, Lorrain T. 
Pease, Jab' z Collins, David Gates, Gcer Terry, Esqrs. 
' Farming ton. — John Mix, Timothy Pitkin, Horace 
Cowles, Lemuel Whitman, Noadiah Woodruff, Amasa 
Wo<>«'ford, Esqrs. 

Glastenbnry. — Zephaniah H. Smith, Pardon Brown, 
David, E. Hubbard, Kamuel Wells, Jeremiah Stocking, 
George Merrick, Solomon Cole, esqrs. 

Granby.—Jozb Griffin, Jr., Joel Kolcomb, Jas. Dibble, 



27 

Daniel Benjamin, Horace Clark, James Forward, Daniel 
B. Holcomb, esqrs. 

Hartland. — Nathaniel BoBworth, Jared Newell, Ezra 
Doolittle, Eli Wilder, Wyllis Wright, Augustus Hum- 
phrey, eoqt'S. 

Marlborough.- -Joel Foote, Israel Foote, Elisha BaelF, 
Samuel F. Jones, esqrs. 

Sim8bury.-— Calvin Barber, William Mather, Elisha 
Phelps, Asaph Tuller, James Goodwin, Joseph Pinney, 
John O. Peltibone, Jona. Pettibone, Jr., esqrs. 

Soiithinqton.— Roger W T hittlesey, John E. Benjamin, 
Theodore Byington, John A. Hart, Romeo Lowrey, esqrs. 

Sujjfield.— William Gay, Oliver Pease, Martin Shelden, 
Andrew Denison, Charles Shepard, esqrs. 

Wethersfeld. — Ezekiel P. Beldcn, Martin Kellogg, Jr., 
Robert Francis, Elijah Keach, Jesse Goodrich, James L. 
Belden, Hart Lewis, Henry Bulkley, esqrs. 

Windsor. — Edward Selden, Luther Fitch, Richard Niles, 
Joseph H. Russell, James Loomis, Oliver Thrall, Elisha 
N. Sill, esqrs. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Isaac Tousey, Esq. State Attorney. 

Hartford.-" Enoch Perkins, Nathaninel Terry, Hezekiah 
Huntington, Jonathan W. Edwards, Thomas S. Williams, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas Huntington, Jr. Isaac Perkins, 
Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. 
Niles, William W. Ellsworth, henry L. Ellsworth, Al- 
fred Smith. Isaac Tousey, Oliver E. Williams, Samuel 
H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, J. G. 
C, Brainard, Jona. Edwards, esqrs. 

East- Hartford.— Shubael T. Griswold, Esq. 

East-Windsor.— Godfrey Scarborough, John Watson 3d, 
esquires. 

E?if eld.— Henry Terry, William Dixon, Lorrain T, 
Pea-e, esqrs. 

Farmington. — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Ja- 
red Griswold, esqrs. 

Glastenbury.— -Zephaniah H. Smith, George Merrick, 
esquires. 



, Granly.— Grove Griswold, Silas Higby, James H. 
Smith, Hiram R. Pettibone, esqrs. 

Manchester.— Hal ph R. Phelps, Esq. 

Kouthington.—Xiogev Whittlesey, Samuel H- Woodruff, 
Borneo Lowrey, e3qrs. 

Sujfield-— W T m. Gay, Seth Parsons, Charles Shepard* 
Wra. C. Gay, esqrs. 

W ether ejield.— Asher Bobbins, Elijah Keach, esqr. 

Windsor. — John Sargeant, Joseph HL Russell, Apollos D« 
Bates, esqrs. 

Noah A. Phelps, Esq. Hartford Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriff.— Horace Wadsworth, Hartford. Mar 
i>n Rockwell, Ea»t-"» iudsor. Henry Kingsbury, Enfield 
Pomeroy Strong. Farmington. Jonathan Wells, Glasten 
bary. David Latham, Granby. Jeffery O PheVps, Sinas 
bury, Joaa. Pomeroy, Suffield. Henry Siil, Windsor. 
Zadock Hinsdale, Hatford Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Isaac Mills, Esq. Chief Judge. 

A6S0. Judges, John Humphreys, jr., Noyes Darling, esqrs. 

Henry Daggett, esq. Treasurer. 

Cornelius Tuthill, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New-Haven. — William Bristol, Isaac Mills, Nathan 
Smith, Elisha Munson, El: Whhney, Charles Denisoii 
JEneas Munson, jr., Isaac Gilbert. Charles Bostwick, John. 
Hunt, 2d, Chauncey Bunce, Obadiah Hotchkiss, Benjamin 
Graunis, William Mix, Andrew Kidston, Lent Bishop, 
Ralph I. Ingersoll, James Barnes, David Kimberley, 
Cornelius TutftiirVJared Bradley, Leman Chatficld, esqrs, 

Jiranfor d.— Benjamin Page, Orin D. Squire, Agustus 
Baldwin, Jacob Frisbie, jr. John Potter, Abraham Rogers, 
jr. Henry TaiQtor,Willoughby L Lay,Calvin Frisbie,esqts. 



Cheshire.—* Samuel Peck, Rufus Hitchcock, Andrew 
Hull, Burrage Beach, Reuben W. Royce, esqr9. 

Derby. — Philo Bassett, John Humphreys, jr., Sheldon 
Curtiss, Kuscel Hitchcock, Jeremiah French, esqrs. 

East /Azte?;.— Enos Hemingway, De Grasse Maltby, 
John I erningway, esqrs. 

Guilford. — Nathan Chidsey, Frederick Lee, David S. 
Fowler, Reuben Elliot, John F. Meigs, Timothy Stone, 
William Spencer, George Griswold, William Todd, Henry 
Elliot, George Landon, William B!akes!ee, Nathan Hop- 
son, esqrs. 

Hamden. — Amasa Bradley , Russel Pierpont, Hczekiah 
J. Warner, Jared Bassett, Joel Lord, esqrs. 

./\/m"<ferc.— Eenajah Andrews, William Yale, Titus Ires, 
Patrick Clarke, Asahel Merriam, Noah Pomeroy, esqrs. 

JlliddZebury.—N £kthm\c\ Richardson, Asahel Bronson f 
James D. Wooster, esqrs. 

Milfor d.— William Durand, W T illiam Strong, Jonathan 
Clark, Abijah Carrington, Andrew French esqrs. 

North- Haven. — Joshua Barnes, Justus Bishop, Daniel 
Pierpont, Jicob Bassett, esqrs. 

Grew £•£.— Ichabod A. Woodruff, Nathan Piatt, Benja- 
min L Lambert, Jonas F. Merwin, David Treat. 

Oxford.— Abe! Wheeler, Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, 
Isaiah Candee, esqrs. 

Southburi,, — Burton Canfield, William Hinrnan, Moses 
Wheeler, John Moseley, John Pearee, jr., Gideon Judson, 
Ebenezer Johnson, Newton Tuttle, esqrs. 

Wallingford.— Aaron Ha'l, Samuel Cook, Amos Datton, 
Caleb Cook, Hunn Munson, Malachi Cook, Ira Yale, John 
Bcrker, esqrs. 

Waterbury.— John Kingsbury, Daniel Steele, Ashley 
Scott, Woodward Hotchkiss, James EcoviU, Elias Forde, 
Truman Porter, Chauncey Lewis, esqrs. 

Woodbridge .— Ezra Kimberly, George F. Peck, Archi- 
bald A. Perkins, Ariwiijtih French, John T^arling, Noyes 
Darling, John Dibble, esqrs. 
' IVolcott.— Ambrose Ives, Archibald Miner, esqrs. 



30 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Nathan Smith, Esq. State Attorney. 

New -Haven. — William Hillhouse, David Daggett, Sime- 
on Baldwin, Nathan Smith, Seth P. Staples, Henry W. 
Ed wardsy Charles Denison, Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, 
Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel J Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, 
Roger S. Skinner, Charles Ingersoll, William W. Board- 
man, James S. Huggins, Geo. Y. Cutler, esqrs. 

Cheshire. — Burrage Beach, Esq. 

Derby.— John L. Tomlinson, esq. 

Guilford.— William Todd, esq. 

JMeriden. -Benajah Andrews, esq. 

Milford. — David B. Ingersoll, esq. 

Southbury.— Edward Hinman, Simeon Hinman, esqrs, 

Waliingford. — Charles Miller, esq. 

Waterbury. — Cyrus Clark, Bennet Bron son, esqrs. 
Charles H. Pond, esq., N. Haven Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Erastus Qsborn, Horace Beach, Newr. 
Haven. Silas Hitchcock, Cheshire. Andrew John son,Der- 
by. Samuel Yale, Meriden Horace Candee, Oxford. 
Benjamia Stiles, Southbury. Nathan Nettleton, Wood* 
bridge. Marcus Botsford, Waterbury. Coastans Kirtland 5 
Waliingford. Reuben Stone, Guilford. 

David Butler, New Haven, Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon.EuAs Perkins* Chief Judge. 

isso. Judges, Hon. William Randall, Benjamin Coit, etc. 

Joseph WilliaiQs, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
JSlew London. — Jeremiah G Brainard, Elias Perkins, 
Jacob B, Gurley, Ebenezer Learned, Isaac Thompson, 
Christopher Manwaring, Christopher GriflBng, JLodowick 
^osdick, Asa Dutton, esqrs, 



JKonvich. — James Lanman, Benjamin Coit, Simeon 
Thomas, Joseph Williams, James^ Stedman, Benjamin 
Snow, Charles P. Huntington, Farwell Coit» John Hyde, 
John Fanning, Eleazer Rogers, Charles Perkins, George 
Hill, Rcswell Morgan, Benjamin Tracy, Charles Rock- 
well, Eber Backus, Isaac Story, Asa Roath, Lewis Hyde, 
esqrs. 

Bozrah. — Joshua Stark, Gardner Avery, William Whi- 
ting, Ezra Lathrop, Elijah Abel, esqr9. 

Colchester. — John U. Watrous, Benjamin Trumbull, 
Samuel A. Peters, Daniel Carrier, Zaehariah Olmsted, 
John Bigelow, Ralph Isham, Artemas WorthingtOR, Avery 
Morgan, \mherst 1). Scovil, esqrs. 

Franklin. — Eli Hartshorn, Ira Abel, Darius Frink, 
Joshua Tracy, Comfort D. Fillmore, Alvan Abel esqrs. 

Griswold — William Clift, Welcome A. Browning, A- 
lexander Stewart, jr. Jedediah Barstow, Elisha Partridge, 
Thomas Stewart, Samuel C. Morgan, Nathan Stanton, 
esqrs. 

v Groton—Noyes Barber, Ebenezer Avery, jr. Ralph 
fWlbut, John O. Miner, Amos A. Ni!es, Roswell Fish, 
Caleb *#very, John Brewster, John Spicer 2d, William 
Williams, Rodman Niles, palmer He wit, Elisha *tfyer, Ru- 
fus Smith, Philip Gray, Nathan Daboll, esquires. 

Lisbon — Freeman Tracy, Joseph L Lyon, Joseph Jew- 
ett, Nathan Brooks, Andrew Clark, esquires- 

_Z#me— Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway, Richard E. 
Selden, Charles Smith, Samuel B. Mather, Joel Loomis, 
Peter Comstock, Joseph Chadwick, Henry M Waite, 
Daniel Anderson, Ezra PrattjThomas W. Strickland, Josh- 
ua R. Warren, John S. Rogers, Charles J. M'Curdy, Chris- 
topher Comstock, esquires. 

Montville— *flsahel Otis, Nathaniel Bradford, Jonathan 
Comstock, Stephen G. Thatcher, Hazard Browning, Sher- 
wood Raymond, esquires 

North Stoniiig-ton— Stephen *#very, Elias Hewitt, Na- 
thaniel Pendleton, Sands Cole, Chester Smith, Benjamin 
Pomeroy, William Randall, jr. John Laugworthy, jr. 
Thomas Wheeler, Perez Hewitt, David Coats, Ichabod 
Brpwn, Israel P. Park* esqrs. 



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Pmfon.-- -Dentson Palmer, Jonathan Brewster, Jame s 
Cook Robert S. A\M*y, William Kimball, esqrs. 

Salem — Joseph Morgan, Ebenezer A. Packer, Shubael 
Park, Elijah Treadway. esqrs. 

Sionington. — Enoch Borrows, Wiiliam Randall!, Cod- 
dington B tilings, Issae Williams, 2d, Park Williams, Wil- 
liam Robinson, George Hubbard, Amos Gallup, Elb.s 
Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. Hallani, Asa Fish, A- 
lexander G. Smith, Elisha Faxon, Samuel F. Benison, 
Joseph Noyes, esqrs. 

Waterford. — Charles Avery, Benajah Gardner, Griswold 
Avery, Joshua B. Chapel, Edwuil It. Warren, Thomas S. 
Perkins, James Raymond, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jacob B. Hurley, esq. §ftate Attorney. 

New 'London— Lyman Law, Jacob B. Gurley, William 
P; Cleaveland, Jirahlsham, Ebenezer Learne:?, Willrara 
F. Brainard, Charles Griswold, William P. Cleveland, .ji- 
esquires. 

JSorxvich — CaWin Goddard, James Lanman, John Hyde,, 
Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hrtl, Rosweli 
Morgan, Henry Strong, Charles Perkins, esquires. 

Volchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Amherst D.ScQvil, JLssl Child, esquires. 

Griswold — Samuel C Morgan. Joseph L. Coit, esquires. 

Lyme-'- Henry M. Waite, Charles J. M'Curdy, esquires. 

Preston- — Jeremiah HaJsey, Jones, esquires. 

Slonington — Coddingtcu Billings, George Hubbard, 
Alexander &. Smith, Julias Brown, enquires. 

l<orth'Stonington— Benjamin Ponaeroy, esq. 

Waterford— Thomas Shaw Perkins, esq. 

Simeon Smith, esq. New-Lcndon, Sheriff". 
Deputy Sheriffs* — — Nathan Raymond, New Lrndct. 
Charles Thomas, Elijah Ames, Norwich. Nevfeal! Tain- 
tor, Colchester. Stephen HaUy, Hr«»ton- Samt:el M. 
33owner, Preston. Zelulcn Chcsebrougb, Stoningtca. 
Lcdowick Bill, Lyme. 

William Lax, New-London; Samuei IVdey. Noru'i^h 
Gaolers* 






•OUNTY OF FAIRFTEL©. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Robftit Faiuciiild, Esq. Chief Judge. 

•1sso. Judges, Zalmon Wildman, Benjamin Isaacs, esqn. 

.Jeremiah Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk and Clerk of Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield — David Hill, Samuel Rowland, Hull Bradley* 
Eliphalet Switt, Amos Burr,Gideon Tomlinson, John Hull 1 
Jeremiah Sturges, Seymour Taylor, Gershom Burr, John 
Staples, Thomas B. Osborn, esquires. 

Uanbury — Samuel H. Phillips, Nathan Seeley, Zalmou 
Wildman, Matthew Wilkes, David Foot, Eli Taylor, Rus- 
sell Hoyt» Reuben Booth, esquires. 

Bridgeport — Noah Plumb, I««aac Sherman, David Ni- 
chols, jr. Charles Winton, Kbenezer '-eeley. Philip A.Can- 
non, Ethan Sherwood, Ben}: Brooks, esquires 

Brookfield— Daniel Tomlinson, Eli Rugbies, Stephen 
Gregory, Ezra S. A. Peck, Bryant Smith, Ward S. North- 
rop, esquires. 

Darien— Thaddeus Bell, John Weed, jr. Jona. Bales, 
•Abraham Clock, esquires 

Greenwich— Gilbert Close, William Knapp, Joshua Fer- 
ris. Thomas Close, A Reynolds, esquire*. 

Huntington — Lemuel Judson, J jseph Shelton, Hezekiah. 
M; rks, David B. Newton, esquires 

JSTeiv Canaan — Isaac Richards, Nathan Seeley, Erastus 
Seeley, Smu^i Raymond esquires. 

JVe-iO'FairJiefd— Samuel T. Barnum, Jabez Treadwell, 
David Lane, esquires- 

NexvtQivn— Timothy Shepard, Lamson Birch, Beniamra. 
Hard, Adoniram Fair* hi'd, Sarruel C. Blackmail. Z^cha- 
riah Clark, jr. Jacob Beers, Daniel Blackman, Charles 
Chapman, Smith Booth, esquires. 

Norwalk — Henry Be den, Barnabas Marvin, Clark Bis* 
sell, >eth Taylor, tienjamia Isaacs, VV iliiara M* Belt*, 
Thaddeus Belts, esquires. 

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lledding— William Sanford, Jonathan Meeker, Aaroa 
Sanford, jr Jonathan li. Sanford, Daniel Barlow, Gershom 
Sherwood, esquires. 

JRidgefield—S&mue] Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, Bradley 
Hull, Lot Forrester, Timothy Keeier, esquires. 

Stamford — James Stevens, Charles Hawley, Simeon H. 
Miner, John Augur, Daniel Lockwood, esquires. 

Stratford— Yiohzvt Fairchild, Jabez H. Tomlinson, Eli- 
jah Ufford, Daniel Judson, David Brooks, Elijah Booth, 
esquires. 

Sherman-~ David Northrop, Jed ediah Graves, William 
Giddings, James A. Giddings, esquires 

Trumbull — Stephen Beardsley, Ebenezer Wheeler, Eli- 
jah Middlebrook, James Beardsley, James Beardsley, jr. 
Elihu Beach, David Hawley, esquires. 

Weston — Jeremiah Rowland, Joshua Adams, jr. Simeon 
Fanton, Oliver C. Sanford, Isaac Bennett, Joseph Bennett, 
Calv'n Wheeler, jr. VY\ Sherwood, esquires. 

Wdtnn— Matthew Marvin, Ezekiel Sturges, Beia St 
John, Erastus Slurges, Isabel R. Betts, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Simeon H. Miner, Esq. State Attorney. 

Fairfield— Samuel B. Sherwood, Samuel Rowland, Ro» 
ger M. Sherman, Eliphalet Swift, Gideon Tomlinson, Hen* 
ry Sherwood, Thomas B. Osborn, esquires. 

Danbury — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Alanson Hamlin, 
Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward A.Taylor, 
esquires. 

Bridgeport. — Joseph Backus, Charles Wint*j, Ebene- 
zer Seeley, jr. Philip A. Cannon, esqrs. 

Jirookfield.— Heman Burch, Bryant Smith, esqrs. 

Greenwich. — Robert Fairchild, esq. 

Huntington.— Cy rus Beardslee, esq. 

JSetuto-wn — Samuel C. Blackraan t Timothy Shepard, 
Benjamin F. She too, Charles Chapman, esqrs. 

JKovTvalh.— Clark Bissei Th&ddeus Betts, Alfred A, 
Hoi ley esqrs. 

Itedding.— Abiel K. Botsford, esq. 

Stamford —Simeon H. Miner, Joseph Wood, Charles 
Hawley, esqrs. 

Stratford, Ira L, Word, «sq* 



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Trumbull — Amos H. Wheeler, c:q. 

Weston. — ,1. Bulkley, esq. 

Friend Starr, esq. Sheriff, Danbury. 

Deputy Sherifts.—TUora-ds P. Rowland, Fa'rficld. jfe. 
ron Seely, Danbury. Samuel Brown, Greenw.ch. John 
Feck, Huntington. Hermon Warner, Newtown. John 
B. Meritt, Redding. Davis Lock wood. Stamford. Epene- 
tus Curtis, Bridgeport. Charles Isaacs, Norwalk. Brad- 
ford Winlon, Weston. 

Gaolers.— Samuel Beers, Fairfield. Jesse Crofut,Dan» 
fcury. 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Bolles, Esq. Chief Judge. 

JAwo. Judges, James Gordon, jr. Vine Robinson, esquires. 

Vine Robinson, esq. Treasurer. 

David C. Bolles, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn.— John Parish, Vine Robinson, fcamuel Scar- 
(borough, David C. Bolles, Elijah Adams, esquires. 
I Ashford.— David Bolles, Josias Byles, Levi Work, Ed- 
(ward Keyes, John Warren, Nathan Hayward, Michael 
tichmond, Thomas Dow, Philip Hayward, Dauiel Knowl- 
|on, 2d, David Keyes, esquiies. 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Asahel Bacon, John 
Francis, Peter Morse, Wra. D. Foster, Rufus Johnson, jr. 
Sthan Chaffee, Samuel L. Kough, Walter Williams, Leb» 
Ibeus Ensworth, Rufus Adams, esquires. . 
Chaplin.— Erastus Hough, David Avery, N. Holt, esqrs. 
Columbia.— Silas Fuller, Gershom Dorance.. Amherst 
Icovil, Samuel Little, esquires. • 

j Hampton— Nathaniel F. Martin, Chas. Moulton, Chaun- 
py F. CteaTelatid, Uriah Litchfield, Jonathan Clark, 
(Squires- 



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Brown, Ebenezer Young, Penuel Hcrfehins, Luther War* 
ren, Alby Covil, David Chase, Rowland Leaven, Thomas 
Durfee, Harvey Blashfield, esquires. 

Lebanon. — Wm. T. William a, Peleg Thomas jr. Asahel 
Dewey, Daniel Hutchinson, Abel Goodwin, Thomas Bab- 
cock, Charles Abel. Dcnisoo Wattles, Jr. esquires. 

•Mansfield — John Salter, Zalmon tHorrs, Seth Dunham, 
Luther Kingaley, David Conant, John Fitch, esquires. 

Plainfield— James Gordon, jr. Joseph Eaton, John Les- 
ter, John Dunlap, vSessions Lester, Aaron Crary, esquires. 

Pomfret — Ephraim Ingalls, Pardon Kingsiey, Thomas 
M. Grosvenor, Henry Sweeting, Jonathan P. Hall, John 
Kail brook, esquires. * 

Sterling. — Jeremiah Young, John Gallup Calvin Hib- 
bard, esquires. 

Thompson — George Lamed, John Jacobs, Simon Davis, 
Jonathan Nichols, John Nichols, jr. Jesse Ormsbee, esqrs. 

Voluntoxvn —James Alexander, Sterry Kinne, Amos 
Treat, Benjamin Gallup, jr. esquires. 

Windham — Peter Webb, Samuel Perkins, John Bald- 
win, Roger Huntington, Amos D. Allen, Jonathan Devo* 
tion, Abner Robinson, John Staniford, Jonah Lincoln, Ed- 
wards Clark, esquires 

Woodstock — John Al'Lellan, John Fox, John Paine, 
William Bowen, Ebenezer Stoddard, Abraham YV. Payne, 
Luther Rawson, Penuel Corbin, Oran Sumner, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Andrew T. J udson, esq. Stale Attorney. . 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Janathan A, Welch, Uriel Pul- 
ler, '1 hrmas Backus, esquires. 

A&hford— Philip Hayward, Samuel Ashley, Zchahod 
Bulkley, esquires. 

Canterbury — Rufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson, Daniel 
Frost, jr esquires. 

Columbia-?- Asahel Clark, jr esq. 

Hampton — Joseph Prentis, Chauncey F. Cleaveland, 
esquire9. 

Killingiy — Ebenefcer Youn~, Nathan 13. Morse, Elisha 
P. Huichins, Daniel Tyler, psqures. 

Lebanon t Wm»T. Williams, Denison Wattles, jr. esqrs* 



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.^Multifield— John Fitch, John *#• Alb re, esquires. 

Plain field— Joseph Eaton esq. 

Pom/ret — John Ualbrook, Elisha D. Perkins, Joua. P. 
Hal), esqires. 

Sterling — Calvin Kibbard, esq. 

'J 'hotnpson— GtQige. Larned, Simon Davis, esqnires. 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, David Young, John Bald- 
win, Thomas Gray, Edward Clark, esquires. 

Woodstock— John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, John 
F. Williams, Orin Sumner, esquires. 

Edmuad Freemaa. esq. Sheriff, Mansfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Ca\v'm kavson, Woodstock. Solo- 
mon Sikes, Killiugly. Wra. Hall, Plainiield. Chester Ly- 
on, Canterbury. Socrates Balcom, tYindham. Phhio 
Pearl, jr Hampton. Alfred Clark, Ashford. Bela P. 
Spalding, Brooklyn. 

Wm. Tyler, Brooklyn, Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Augustus Pettibone, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Martin Stroug, John Welch, esquires. 

Abei Cailin, eiq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Wolcott, Clerk, and Clerk of 

Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

LitcJifield—John Welch, Frederick Wolcott, Asa Fa- 
con, Phineas Miner, Levi Catlin, Morris Woodruff, Seth 
P. Beers, Jabez W. Huntington, Jonathan Buell, Ozias 
Lewis, Ephraim S. Hall, Isaiah Bunce, Elihu Harrison, 
James Birge, Enos Stoddard, esquires. 

Barlchaimted — John Merrells, William Taylor, *#mos 
Beeeher, Paul Roberts, jr. Samuel Munson, esquires. 

Betklem — Nehemiah Lambert, Samuel Bloss, Nathan 
Burton, jr. David Bird, esquires 

Canaan- William M. BurraU Joshua Cornwall Bjaa« 



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jah Douglass, James Fenn, Nathl. Stephens, jr. Asahei 
North, esquires. 

Colebrook-- -Reuben Rockwell, Seth Marshal, Launcelot 
Phelps, Samuel Whitford, William S. Hollabird, esquires. 

Cornwall— Oliver Burnham, Rufus Swift, William Kel- 
logg, George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins, Victorianus 
Clark, esquires. 

Goshen— Truman Starr, Julius Beech} Alfred Walter, 
Homer Collins, Theron Towner, esquires. 

Haruxintm— -Lewis Catlin, Benjamin Griswold, Noah 
Welton, Renajah Hayden, esquires. 

Kent— -Nathaniel P. Perry, John Mills, John T-I. Swift, 
Nathan Slosson, Birdseye Beardsley, Zaehariah Winegar, 
Alpheus Fuller, esquires. 

Jv'erj -Hartford — William G. Williams, Asa Goodwin 
Andrew Abernethy, Isaac Kellogg, Elisha Case, jr. es 
quires. 

JYe?v~Milf>rd — Orange Merwin, Reuben Warner, Da 
vid S. Board roan, Homer Board man, Eli Todd, Joel San 
ford, Perry Smith,Daniel GaySord,Secley Richmond, esqrs. 

JMorfolk — Augustus Pettihone, Joseph Batteil, Michael 
F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Bushfrell Knapp, Edmund Brown, 
esquires. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Thomas Mitchell, Chauncey 
Warner, Ransom Blakeslee, esquires. 

Roxbury — Josiah R. Eastman, Royal R. Klnman* Sle 
phen Sanford, James Trowbridge, esquires. 

Salisbury— Lot. Norton, Martin Strong, EHphalet Whit' 
tlesey, Joba M. Holly, Samuel Church, Abijah C. Peet,] 
Seneca Petty, esquires. 

Sharon— Calvin Gay, Samuel E. Everett, Oliver KeHoffg, 
Ansel Sterling, Samuel Rockwell. Samuel R. Gager, Be- 
noni Peck, Samuel Roberts, Horatio Smith, esquires. 

Torrington — William Battel!, Erastus Hodges, Rn.isel C. 
Abernethy, Griswold Woodward, Christopher C. Wolcott, 
Levi Manselli esquires. 

Warren***- Judah Eldred, Stephen Strongs Sherman 
Hartwell, Salmon Weston, esquires. 

Washingim—* Daniel B. Rrinsmade, Copisfrmtine MeMa 
hon, Curtis Hickeock, Ensign Su&hneli, Youngs Elliot, 
esquires, 



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Water town— Charles Mcrriraan, Holbrook Carlis, John 
Buck in gh am, esquires. 

Winchester — Joseph Milbr, James Beebe, Truman S. 
Wetmore, Isaac Krownson, esquires. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Jes?e Miner, Nathaniel 
Perry, Matthew Miner, jr. Leman Sherman, Gideon B, 
Botsford, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS, 

Seth P. Peers esq. State Attorney. 

Litchfield— Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, Seth P. Beers, 
Jabez VV. Huntington, Truman Smith, D. C. Sanford, es- 
quires. 

Bethlem— Joseph H. Bellamy, esq. 

Canaan— John Elmore, jr. Wm. M. Bun all, Reuben 
Hunf, Luman Church, esquires. 

Colebrook— Wm. S. Hollabird, esq. 

Cornwall-- George Wheaton, esq. 

Kent"— Nathaniel P. Perry, esq. 

A ew- Hart ford— Roger Mills, William G. Williams, cs« 
•mires, 

Mw-MHford— David S. Board man, Perry Smith, Geo 
S. Board man, esquires. 

J\ orf oik— Michze\ F Mills, esq. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, esq. 

Jioxhury — Royal R. Hinman, Tsaae Leavenworth, esqrs. 

Salisbury— Samuel Church, Philander Wheeler, John 
®. Mitchell, M. Sterling, esquires 

Sharon—Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Ebenezer Black* 
xnan, Charles F. Sedgewick, esquires. 

Washington Fenn, esq. 

Watertotun — Holbrook Curtis, esq. 

Winchester— Joseph Miller, esq. 

Woodbury-^ozh 15. Benedict, Matthew Mirer, jr. 
John Stroner, jr. Charles B. Phelps, Nathaniel Perry, Na- 
thaniel B. Smith, esquires. 

Mo^es Seymour, jr. esq. Sheriff, Litchfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Vzlas Seymour, Litchfield. Wm. R. 
Russell, Canaan. Philip Mills, Kent. Tertius Wads^orth, 
NtW'IIartford. Charles A. Judson, Washington, Gidss 



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Oft Hall, Winchester. Nathan Preston, jr. Woodbury.-- 
.Samuel Comstock, New-Milford. Win. H. Walton, Salis- 
bury. John & Warner, Ply mouth. Henry Reed, Aharon. 
Stephen Deming, Litchfield, Gaoler. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Joshua Stow, Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Wm. Carter, Obadiah Spencer,' esquires, 

Seth Overton, esq. Treasurer. 

John Fisk, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletotvn — Stephen T. Hosmer, Joshua Stow, Alexan- 
der Wolcott, Matthew T. Russell, Ebenezer Sage, John 
Pratt, Isaac Gridtey, Josiah Savage, Daniel J. Griswold, Eli 
Coe, James Hart, Josiah Sage, Geo W. Stanley, Thomas 
.Mather, esquires. 

Iladdam-— Joseph Scovel, David Spencer, Samuel Arnold, 
Jrlezekiah Brainard, Jonathan Burr,JonaVfean Usher, Chas. 
Arnold, Daniel Brooks, esquires. 

Chatham — Daniel Shepard, Benjamin Hurd, Ralph 
Smith, George White, Sparrow Smith, Samuel Hall, Phi- 
Sip Sage, *4buer Petton,jr. Franklin G. Comstock, Bartlett 
Lewis, Ira Lee, esquires. • 

Durham — Worthington G. Chauncey, Lemuel Camp, f 
Samuel Tibbals, VVilliam S. Camp, Jesse Atwell, Timothy 
Coe, jr. ^saheJ Strong, esquires. 

East- fladdam— J osiah Griffin, Isaac Chapman, Isaac 
Chester, William Hungerford, Richard Lord, Russel Dut- 
ten, William Gelston, Oliver Green, Aaron C. Palmer, 
Lemuel C. Daniels, Thomas C. Boardman, esquires. 

Killing-worth— VVilliam Carter, Austin Olcott, David 
Kelsey, Jared EHiott, Jedcdiah Harris, Benj. Hurd, David 
Griswold, Benjamin Hill, George Carter, Abiel A. Loomis, 
esquires. 

Saytrook — John Stannard, Clark Nott, Joel Pratt, Wm. 
Lvnde, Ebeneaer Hayden, Hufus Clark, Samuel Hough, 






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Gordon Smith, Reynold Webb,lliohard IV. Hart, Jedediati 
Post, Samuel Jones, Bani Dcnison, Samuel Ingham,George 
Pratt, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Geo. W. Stanley, Stale Attorney. 

Middktown — M itthew T. Uussell, Enoch Huntington, 
George W. Stanley, Klijah Hubbard, Jonathan Barnes, jr. 
Miner Hotchkiss, William L. Storrs, William Van Deur- 
sen, jr. Ebenezer Force, Samuel I) Hubbard, Samuel H. 
Parsons, Hezekiah L. Hosmer, esquires. 

JJaddam—\i*\y Warner, Smith Clark, esquires. 

Chatham — Constans F. Daniels, Mark Moore, esquires 

East-IIaddam, Win, Hungertbrd, Azel Utley, N. L.Fos" 
ter, esquires. 

Killingworthy Abiel A* Loomis, esq. 

Saijbroo h t Joseph Platts, Samuel Ingham, L. T. Clark, 
Stephen W Stark ey, esquires. 

John L. Lewis, esq. Sheriff, Middletown, 

Deputy Sheriffs. Charles Arnold, Haddam. Gideon 
Higgins, East-Haddam. Frederick Wright 2d, Killing- 
worth. Abraham Pratt, Say brook. 

Gaolers. Harvey Tread way, Midd'etown. Charles Ar- 
nold, Hadd&rn. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Hon Sylvester Gilbert, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso.Judges.Ingoklsby W.Craw{'oid,Eiiphalet Young,esqrs. 

Jeremiah Parish, esq.C'erk. 

Elisha Stearns, esq. Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Calvin N'illey, Eh'phalei 
Young. Jeremiah Parish, esquires. 

Bbitun, Jabez L. White, John Uuggles, Noah Strong* 
Daniel W. Badger, esquires. 



Coventry, Nathan Howard, Eli&lia Edgerton, Isaiafc 
Raggett, Zelotes Strong, Cephas Brigham, Stephen Hos-^ 
mer, esqiiires. 

Ellington, Asa Willcy, Robert Hyde, Nathan Johnson, 
Bern. Pinney, esquires. 

Ifebron, Sylvester Gilbeit, John 8. Peters, Sluart Bee- 
he, Pjp.ton R. Gilbert, Leonard Uendee, William Brown, 
Levi IVakio, Ahner Hendee, Hez. Bissell, esquires. 

Sowers, Walter R Kibbee, Horatio A. Hamilton, Icha« 
hod \ludge, Oliver Chapin 2d, .esquires. 

Stafford, Benaing Mn.r.n, Rhodolphus Woo'Jsworth, Na- 
than Bartieti, Amos Harvey, William Field, Garner Cady, 
Nathl Sibley, esquires. 

Univn. William Foster, Ingold&by W. Crawford, Luther 
Crawford, esquires. 

Vernon, Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis ATLean, Olivet 
H. King, esquires. 

Willington, Zebulon Crocker, Daniel Glazier, John JJ 
Mouiton, esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Jonathan Barnes, esq. State Attorney. 
Tolland, Jonathan Barnes, Calvin Willey,Elisha Stearns, 
Jeremiah Parish, esquires. 
jBolton, baul «4lvord. jr esq. 
Ellington, A&w Willey, esq. 

Ifebron, Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert, Robert Russell 
esquires. 

Somers, Walter R. Kibbee, Nathan Cooley, esquires. 
Stafford) Benning Mann, Rhodolphus. Wocdworlb, es- 
quires. 

Elijah Johnson, esq. Stafford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Samuel Kent, Tolland. Francis rfydej 
Stafford. Simon House, Hebron\ 

Samuel Kent, Tolland, Gaoler. 



y— — W <OB— W— BWC4 



COUVt* Of $3?efclte. 



Dhlricts. 
Hartford 
New -Haven 
New-London 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Litchfield 
Middle town 
Plainfield 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury 
^Stamford 
Danbucy 
East-Haddara 
Norw ich 
Pom fret 
Aharon 
Stafford 
fiimsbury 
Stcnington 
Farmingtcn 
Wallinjrford 
Say brook 
Stratford 

iudsor 
Waterbury 
Nor walk 
New-Milford 
Hebron 
Gran by 
Newtown 
Nuffield 



Judges. 
Jonathan lira e 
I sane Mills 
Moses Warren 
David Hill 
John Baldwin 
Frnd'k Woleott 
John A hop 
Ebenezer Young 
Renben Elliott 
Michael F. Mills 
Chas. B. Phelps 
Simeon H. Miner 
Reuben Booth 
Benj. Trumbull 
John Hyde 
John Nichols, jr. 
Samuel Church 
Calvin Wi'dey 
Klisha Phelps 
W. Williams of G. 
Noadiah Woodruff 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Wm. Lvnde 
Robert Fairchild 
Lorrain T. Pease 
John Kingsbury 
Win. M Beits 
Jehiel Williams 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Joab Griffin, jr. 
Sam'lC Blackman 
Oliver Pease 



Clerks j 
James Wells 
John Hunt, 2d 
Lodowick Foadicfc 
Gideon Tomlinson 
John Baldwin, jr. 
J. W. Huntington 
John Fiak 
.lames Gnrdftn 
George Griawold 

Nathan Preston jr. 
S. Iiockwf sod jr. 
S. H. Phillips 
Ralph Isbam 
Bwrrell Lathrop 
Jona. P, Hall 
Leman Church 
David P Brooks 
Hector F. Phelps 
George //uhbard 
Martm Bull 
Wm. R.Hitchcock 
Famuel Ingham 
Wm. A Tomlinson 
R. M^Abee 
Cha's H. Hingham 
Thaddeus Betts 
G. S. Board man 
Stuart Beebe 
Joshua R. Jewett 
Wm. Botsfoid 
Joseph Pease 



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COLLEGES, &e. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 
[founded 1700.] 

CORPORATION. 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, s t.d. ll d. 
His Excellency Oliver Wolcott, ll d» 
His Honor, David Plant. 
Rev Joseph Strong, s.T-Du 
Rev. *4mosBasseit, s.t.d. 
Rev. John Elliott, s.t.d. 
Rev. Daniel Smith. 
Rev. Andrew Elliot 
Rev. Calvin Chapin, s.t.d. 
Rev. David Smith 
Hon. David Hill 
Hon. O -ange Merwin 
Rev. Moses C. Welch, d.d. 
Hon. Elisha Phelps 
Hon. Wm. Moseley 
Hon. Austin Olcott 
Hon. ^hel Wheeler 
Rev Matthew Noyes 
Rev. Noah Porter. - 

Hon. James HMhouse, Treasure^, t 

Stephen Twining, Esq. Steward. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s t.d. ll d. President.' 
JEneas Monson, m. d. Professor of the Institutes of Medi- 
cine. 
Ksthan Smith, m.d. c.s.m.s. Lond. Profesaor of the "The- 
ory and Practice of Physic, Surgery and Obstetricks. 
Benjamin Silliman, m. d. Professor of Chemistry, Pharma- 
cy, Mineralogy, and Ueology, 



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James L. Kingaley, a.m. Professor of (he Hebrew, Greek 

and Latin Languages. 
Eli Ives, m d. Professor of Materia Medica and Botany, 

and Lecturer on the diseases of children. 
Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor of Anatomy, Physiology, 

and Lecturer on Obstetricks. 

Rev. Matthew U. Ducton, a.m. Professor of Mathematicks 

and Natural Philosophy. 

Itev. Eleazar T. Fitch A. M. Professor of Divinity . 

Rev. Chaunccy A. Goodrich> a.m. Professor of Rhetorick 

and Oratory 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, Dwight Professor of Didactic 

"Theology. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Eli Todd, m.d. The. Miner, m.d VVarren K. Fowler, m.d 

TUTORS. 

Edward Hull, am. Lyman Coleman, a.m. John H. La- 
throp, a m. Sylvester Hovey, a.m. Solomon Stoddard, 
A b. Theodore D VVoolsey, a.m. Alexander C Turning, 
a.m. 

8. J. Andrews, a b. Assistant to the Professor of Chemis- 
try. 

Commencement. Second Wednesday of .September. 

Vacations. rVm commencement, six weeks; from the 

second Wedn^tfay ol January, two weeks ; and from the 

Tuesday preceding the ist Wednesday of May, four weeks. 

Resident Graduates, IS ; Medical Students, 92; Under 

graduates, S71. Total, 48 i. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rev. Tillotson Branson, d d. Principal. 

1?ev. \9a Cornwall) Professor of Languages. 

Bu*iage Beach, esq. treasurer and secretary. 

^Anniversary. First Wednesday of September* 



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Vacations. From the fi rst Wednesday in September 
three weeks ; from the 24th of December, two weeks— 
from the third Wednesday in *#pii!, five weeks. 



BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Eiizur Goodrich, jr. A. m. Preceptor. 

Vacations From the first Wednesday in September, 
three weeks ; from the first Wednesday in January, two 
weeks ; from the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

Annix ersary. First Wednesday of September. 



PLAINFIELD ACADEMY, PLAINFIELD. 

John Witter, A. m. Preceptor. 
Rev. Orin Fowler, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. 
Major George Middleton, 6'ecretary and Treasurer. 

Anniversary. First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations. From the first Wednesday in "September, 
three weeks ; from the last Wednesday in March, twe? 
weeks. 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY, (MASS.) 
[founded 1636.] 

Hev. John Thornton Kirtiand, d.d. ll, d. President. 

Commencement. Last Wednesday in August. 

Vacations. From Commencement, four weeks ; from 
the fourth Wednesday in December, seven weeks ; and 
from the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 



WILLIAMS COLLEGE, (MASS, 
Incorporated June 22, 1793, 

Rev. Edward D. Griffin, d.d. President 
Rev. Alvan Hyde, d.d. Vice-President. 
Commencement. First Wednesday in September. 
Vacations. First, four weeks from Commencement. 
S««ond six week^Jrom the Wednesday after the fourth 



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Wednesday in December. Third, ihrce weeks from the 
third Wednesday in May. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. (N. H.) 
[Founded in 1769.] 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, President. 
Commencement. Fourth Wednesday in August. 
Vacations. First, four and half weeks from commence- 
ment ; second, eight and a half weeks from the first Mon- 
day ia January. 



BROWN UNIVERSITY, (R. I.) 
[Founded 1764.] 

Rev. Asa Messer, d. d. ll d. President. 
Commencement. First Wednesday in September, 
Vacations. First, three week3 from Commencement ; 
econd,eight weeks from the last Wednesday in Decem- 
third, two weeks, from the third Wednesday ia 
lay. 



MERICAN LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC AND MILI- 
TARY ACADEMY— Norwich, Vermont. 

Iden Partridge, a. m. Superintendent, and Professor of 

Mathematics, Philosophy and Military Science. 
ST. Rufus W. Bailey, a. m. Chaplain ; and Professor of 

Ethics and Belles Lettres 
V. James W. Woodward, A. M Professor of Geography, 
Hisiorr, Sic- 
James F. Dana, M. J). Professor of Chemistry, 
a M. Partridge, Professor of Practical Geometry, To- 
pography, and acting Sword Master. 
E. B. Wiiiioton, Professor of the Greek and Latin 

Lang 
Pey re Ferry, P< oft 3sor of the French Language. 
Jb\ Pajiofli, Teaches of the Italian. Language. 



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bourse of Education. 

The course of education at this seminary embraces the 
following branches of literature, science, and practical in- 
struction, viz. the Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, Italian, 
and English Languages, Arithmetic, the construction and 
use of Logarithms, Algebra, Geometry, Plane and Spheri- 
cal Trigonometry, Planometry, Stereometry, Mensura- 
tion of height sand distances by Trigonometry, and also 
Geometrically, practical Geometry generally, including 
particularly Surveying and Levelling, Come Sections, the 
use of the Barometer, with its application to measuring the 
altitudes of mountains and other eminences, Mechanics 
Hydrostatics, the elements of Chymistry and Electricity, 
Optics, Astronomy, Navigation, Geography, including the 
use of Maps and the Globes ; Composition, Logic, Histo- 
ry, Ethics, the elements of Natural and Political Law, the 
Law of nations, Military Law, the Constitution of the U. 
States, and ©f the States severally, Metaphysics, Agricul- 
ture, Permanent and Field Fortification, Field Engineer- 
ing, generally, the construction of Marine Batteries, Artil- 
lery duty, the principles of Gunnery, a complete course of 
Military Tacfrcks, the attack and defence of fortified pla- 
ces, Castrametation, ancient Fortification, the ancient 
modes of attacking and defending fortified places, the an- 
cient Tactics, particularly those of the Greeks and Ro- 
mans, with a description of the organization and discipline 
©f the phalanx and legion; Book-Keeping, Music, Ven- % ? 
cing, Military Drawing, Topography, Civil Engineering 
including the construction of Roads, Canals, Locks and 
Bridges ; Architecture. In addition to the foregoing, the 
students will be regularly and correctly instructed in the 
eleinentery school of the soldier, and also in those of the 
company and battalion ; they will likewise be taught the 
regular formation of military parades ; the turning off, 
mounting, and relieving guards and sentinels ; the du- 
ties of oncers of the guard, offieersof the day, and adju- 
tants j the making out correctly the different descriptions 



49 

of military reports ; m fine, all the duties incident to th§ 
field or garrison. The military exercises and duties will 
be so arranged as not to occupy any oltho time (hat would 
otherwise be devoted to study ; they will be attended to 
at those hours of the day which are generaHy pa-sedby 
students in idleness, or devoid to useless amusements, for 
wh^ch they will be made * ] 'leas ing «nd healthful substi- 
tute. Practical scie**^ operations will be frequently at- 
tended to, which ^vill conduce equally to health and im- 
piovernent. 

A reading room is attached to the seminary, which con- 
tains a handsome collection of some of the most res 
ble newspapers from different parts of the United States, 
and also several of our most approved periodical publica- 
tions. 

The quarters are of bricU, and handsomely finished.— 
The students' rooms will be furnished with single sleeping 
births, and also with chars, tables, andirons, shovel and 
tongs, and separate closets for Books, Clothes, &c. The 
students will be required to sleepon matrasses, or straw 
beds ; no feather beds will be allowed in the establish- 
ment. — Arms and accoutrements are furnished; they are 
of different sizes, to accommodate those of different ages , 
The strictest attention will be given to the health, manners, 
and morals of the students. A regular attendance on di- 
vine service is required on Sundays. The requisite quali- 
fications for becoming members of the Inst'tut on, are the- 
following : That the candidate be of good moral character, 
that he be able te read and spell correctly, to write a fair 
legible hand, and work the gror nd rules of arithmetic. 
Eleven or twelve years of age is believed to be as young as 
enecan enter with advantage to himself. The expense 
per annum, for each student, s as follows : Board at re- 
spectable and genteel houses in the village, from Vo to 90 
dolls, per annum — Tuition ; n puiy or all oftha 1 ciere men- 
tioned branches, excepting the Hebrew, French and Italian 
4 



50 

languages, fencing and music, 10 dollars per quarter— 
Tuition in the Hebrew and French languages, and Fencing, 
5 dolls, per quarter for each — Room Rent, including the 
use of arfcis and accoutrements, (the room to be fur- 
nished as before mentioned) 2 dolls, and 50 cents a quarter, 
or 10 dolls, per annum— For the privilege of the Reading- 
Room, 37 1-2 cents a quarter, or i doll. 50 cents per ami. 

Young gentlemen desUned for allege education, can 

be prepared at this seminary, for admission into anj ^olle« y e 
or university in the country, eithei asfreshmeaor one or tw<» 
years in advance; and in the mean time, will be enabled 
to acquire a good military and practical scientfic education 
Number of studeots in August, 1823—170- 

$ffiini&ttt$$ ant* diuretics* 



COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



Hartford— Rev. Joel Hawes 

Abel Flint, D-D. 

"Vacant 

Nathan Perkins, d'.d. 

Nathl. S. Wheaton 

Klisha Cftshman 

Lewis Pease 

Uichard Carnque 
Berlin 

Iienoni Upson, d.d.? 

Royal R( bb'ms \ 

Newt<n Skinner 

Samuel -Goodrich 

Plural ay 

Yaeant 
Bristol 

Jonathan Cone 

Isaac Merriam 
Burlington 

Eras L us Clapp 



B 



Datus Ensign 
Canton 

Jeremiah HaHoek 
East- Hartford 

Joy II. Fairchild 
Manchester 



East- Windsor 
Thomas Robbins 
Shubael Bartlett 
Wm I Bulkley 

Enfield 
Francis L. Robbins 
Jeremiah h\ Bridges 

Farmington 
Noah Porter 
Bela Ke>log» 

Glastenbury 
Caleb Birge 
Allen 



5t 



ftathan B. B urges 


E 


Southington 




Jeremiah Stocking 


M 


David L O^eu 




Qranby 




Plurality 


i 


Isaac Porter 




Snjffirhl 




Vacant 




Kbenez.M- Gay 




Ransom Warner 


E 


J-seph Mix 




Gillet llawky 


to 


Asahel Morse 


■ 


Hartland 




— Vrchibald 


B 


Jmmi Lin sky 




IVtlher afield 




Nathaniel Gay lord 




Caieb J Tenney 




Asa Bushnel i 
Solomon Miller > 


M 


Joab Brace 




Calvin Chapin, d.tb. 




JyiavlborovQrh 




Calvin Ewers 


B 


David B. Ripley 




Windsor 




Plurality 


E 


flenry J). Rowland 




Sims bury 




Joha Hartlett 




Alien MeLeari 




Augustus Bolles 


n 


Plurality 


E 






COUNTY OF 


NEW-HAVEN. 




■JVetv-Baven 




Che.' hire 




Samuel \lerwin 




Wood 




jfathl. VV Taylor, r>. 


p. 


Samuel Rich 




Jeremiah Day.D D ll 


-i 


Tillotson Brownson,U.B 


re 


EteafcUr r Filch 


Asa Cornwall 


IB 


Rt. Rev Thomas C B 


row 


Derby 




nell, d d. LI. d. 


E 


Zephaniah Swift 




Hairy C, '.swell 


E 


Abaer Smith 




Henry Lines 


B 


Stephen Jewitt 


F. 


Benj. M. Hill 


R 


East Haven 




S. Lnekv, S. Merriam 


M 


Stephen Dorid 




Mr an ford 




Joseph Perry 




Timothy P. Gillet 




Guilford 




Matth< w Noyes 




^?aron Button 




Charles Atwater 




John Elliot, d a. 




Plurality 


t 


Z-abra H'hitiaore 




-Joha B. Taylor 


M 


John Ely 





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Bavid Baldwin E 

Plurality fc 

Hamden 

Caleb Ailing S 

EliphaJet B Coleman 

yf scant 

Thos. C. Brownel^ E 

Meriden 

Chas. J. Hinsdale 

Plurality 

Samuel Miller B 

JSiiddlebury 

Mark Mead 

Daniel Wooster B 

Milford 

Bazaleel Pinneo 

Jehu Clark 

Vacant S 

JS/orth Haven 

Wm. J Boardman 

Plurality E 

Oliver Wilson B 

Oxford John M. Garfield K 



Plurality 
Orange 

Stephen W. Stebbins 

Krastus Scran ton 

Plurality 
Southbury 

Vacant 

— Smith 
Wallingford 

James Noyes 

Jamas Keeler 

Sedgewick Rice 
fVaterbury 

Daniel Crane 

^'pheus Geer 

Jesse Frost 

Samuel Potter 
Wolcott 

Vacant 
Woodbridge s 

Jassn AHen 

Chauocey Prindle 

Henry Lines 






B 
£ 



E 
E. 



COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 



New- London 




Franklin 




Rev. Abel McEwen 




Samuel Nott 




Bethel Jo d 


E 


^fmaz'ah Fillmore 


M 


Thomas Tucker 


M 


Gristvold 




Ebenezer Locmia 


B 


Horatio Waldo 




Jtozrah 




Ga J .eb Reed 


B 


Dhvid Austin 




Groion 




Reuben Palmer 


B 


Timothy Tukle 




Colchester 




Vacant 


SO 


Salmon Cone 




John G. Wightman 


B 


Jacob Scopes 




RvjGvel! H hi rows 


B 


Wm, Pulraer 


B 


Ralph Hurlbut 


M 



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Sjisbon 




Aor/A -Stonin gion 




Lev' Nelson 




Charles F. Sutler 




Andrew Lee, D-D. 




Jonn. Miner 


IS 


Amos Reed 


B 


A. her Miner 


B 


JLyme 




Pretttn 




Luthrop UockweH 




John Hyde 




Jesia'' Hawes 




Vacant 




John U. St. John 




Plurality 


E 


Vacant 


B 


Lvvi Meech 


IS 


iSeth Lee 


SC 


Sa ! em 




JWonfville 




rtii Hyde 




Abisha Alden 




Robert Farg* 


S& 


Vacant 


SC, 


Joseph VIoigan ? 
John Whittlesey $ 


M 


Vacant 


B 




«A or wick 




Bliphalet Billiard 


fi 


Joseph Strong, d.d. 




V onhigten 




Alfred Mitchell 




I. a Ha»-t 




Stth 1*. Paddock 


E 


Kiif»u Chesebrou^h 


B 


Thomas Potter 


B 


IVaterford 




David N, Jriently 


JM 


1* i ancia Uarrow 


B 






Jonathan Ames 


B 


COUNTY 


OF 


FAIRFIELD, 





Fairfield 

Rev. Nathaniel Hewitt 

Riehard V Day 

Edward IV c hooker 

Philo "helton v 

■ Brandon 
Bridgeport t K Waterman 

Henry II. Judah 
JB re ok field 

V acant 

-flbner Brundage 

P»e j lieu ham 
JBanbitry 

Wm, Andrewi 

John ( • Howe 



Nathan Burton 
J.'siah D. kern an V 

fcb?nezer li.VVhit-) 
E*ra Peck > Sanjl 

Levi O shorn 3 

Nathan Buckley B 

Geo. Benedict U 

Dart en 
Vacant 

GreervmCh 

1 FaU Huffet 
Isaac Lewis, jr. 
P:u"a!i f v E 

Nathw: iel P-.icU B 

Buvki . <£3 



54 



Huntington 

Thomas Punderson 

Menzies It vuer 
Jllonroe — Chnuaoey G. 
J\'eiv Canaan 

Wm. Bonney 

Plurality 
JVYw Fairfield 

Medad Holers 
iVevy/ow/t— Vacant 

Daniel Burhans 

John Sherman 

Salmon Glover 
•A orwalk 

Sylvester Eaton 

Rf uben Sherwood 
Me tiding 

Daniel Crocker 

Jonathan Bartlet 

Lemuel R Hull 

«€arnn Hunt 
JRuigefidd 

Sarnuei M Phelps 

Plurality * 



Lee 



Vacant 
Sherman 

Maltby Ge'.sto* 
Stumford - 

Daniel Smith 

Fuller 

Henry Hait B 

John fcllis B 

Ambroses. Todd E 

Stratford 

Vaoant 

A.hbel Baldwin E 

Trumbull 

Reuben Taylor 

Plurality " B 

11 eston 

John Noyes 

Nathaniel Freeman 

Plurality E 

Wilton ■ 

S3 I van u a Haight 

Levi Dikeman B 

O: igen P Uolcomb 1$ 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



Brooklyn 




Era tus Learned 




bmiit-l J May 




Chaplin 




Jos'teh Whitney, ® d. 


Jaitd Andrus 




Vacant 


F. 


Etia9 Sharpe 


C.B. 


Jlshford 




Joshua Abbe 


C.B. 


Philo Judson 




Columbia 




Reuben Torrey 




David Dickinson 




\Vil ! istn> Storrs 




Il.'mpton 




Ezekiel Skinner 


P 


Ludovicus Weld 




Isaac Ha.ll 


C.B 


J^mes Barnham 


8 


Guvterbm V 




John Payne 


H 


TU05, l t |lu.'d'0ck 









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KVlhurty 




Sterling' 




EJUha Atkins 




Vacant 




Israel Day 




Vacant 


h 


Roswell Whitmore 




Thompson 




Calvin Cooper 


B 


Daniel Dow 




Lebanon 




Vacant 


B 


Zebu on Fly 




James Grow 


B 


Wn. Ripley 
Daniel Waldo 




Vnluntown 






Vacant 




Esek Brown 


B 


N tlianiel Sheffield 


B 


Mansfield 




Wi-ndhum 




^?nson 3 \twood 




Vacant 




M-sesC Welch, d.b. 




Cornelius B. Everest 




Jonathan Goodwin 


B 


Jesse Fisher 




Plamjield 




ftogei Bingham 


CB 


Otiii Fowler 




James Barnana 


B 


Nathaniel * )ole 


B 


I Voodstock 




Lonng Crosby 


B 


Bliphatel Lyman - 




I*o mf ret 




>amuel Backus 




James Porter 




Vvm Underwood 




Walter Lyon 




John Nichols 


B 


James Grow 


B 


Vacant 


B 


COUNTY O 

Zitch field 


E 


LITCHFIELD. 






— — Williams 




Rev. Lyman Beecher,D 


.D 


Canaan 




Joseph K Camp 




Charles Prentiss 




"Vacant 




Pukm C<»w!es 




Vacant 




Pu-.lity 


E 


Truman Marsh J 
Isaac Jones ) 


E 


F'eemmi Hopkins 


B 


Co ebrook 




Vacant 




Chauneev Lee, d b. 




J$a*. r khamsted 




Rufus Babeock 


B 


SauJ C'ak 




< Cornwall 




Plurality 




Timothy Stone 




Bethlem 




Walter Smith 




JtHii Langdo** 




Vacant 


E 


JPteraliiy 




Asa Talraadge 


B 



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gr./ttfn— Plurality 
Joseph Harvey 


E 


Sharon 






David L. Perry 




Marivinton 




Frederick Gridley 




George E. Pierce 


j 


Plurality 


E 


Kent 




Plurality 


U 


Plurality 


E 


Torringlon 




Vacant 




Alex. Gillet 




JVtfw- Hartford 




Samuel J. Mills 




Cyras Yale 




Epaphras Goodman 




Wakefield 


B 


Warren 




Netv-Milford 




Peter Starr 




Andrew Elliot 




Ananias Derthiek 


B 


Benj. Benham 


E 


Washington 




Beardslcy Northrop 


E 


Stephen Mason 




Eleazar tfeechar 


B 


Charles \. Boardman 




Norfolk 




Plurality 


E 


Ralph Emerson 




Plurality 


E 


Plymouth 




Water toivn 




Luther Hart 




Horace Hooker 




Rodney Rossiter 


E 


FredVick Holcomb 


E 


Plurality 


E 


Wine lie st er 




Jloxbury 




Fred. Marsh 




Fesdick Harrison 




.James Beach 




Plurality 


E 


Darie! Coe 


B 


Salisbury 


Woodbury 




k Vacant 


J Samuel R. Andrews 




Vacant 


E Grove L Browne 11 






St urges Gilbert 


B 


GOUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 




Jlliddletoitm 




•Tosiah Bowen 


M 


Rev. John R. Crane 




Frederick Wighlraan 


B 


Joshua L, Williams 




Chatham 




Thomas Miner 




larvey Talcott 




Stephen Hayes 




David Selden 




— Dickinson 




Joel West 




Birdseye G. Noble 


E 


Smith Mile* 


£ 


: — Ball 


B 


Vacant 


E 



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Wiliara Welch 
Durham 
David Smith 
Vacant 
«E«6/ Naddam 
Elijah Parsons) 
Isaac Parsons S 
William Lyman 
Joseph Vail 
Plurality 

Simeon Dickinson 
HadUam 
John Mnrsh 
Simon Shaler 



D.D. 



K'llingwortli 

Ha«t Taloott 

Asa King 

Plurality p 

Nathan Wildman B 

Say brook 

Frederick VV. Hotchkisi 

^faron Hovey 

Sylvester Seldea 

Vacant 

Peter G. C!ark e 

Vacant g 

Asa Wilcox g 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



Holland 
Ansel Nash 
Rowland Lathrop 
Bolton 

Vacan t 
Coventry 
Chiuncey Booth e 
Geo. A.Caihoun 
^ugustus B. Collins 
Henry Brown 
JSllinq-ton 
Diodate Brockway 
— Barns 
mebron 

*0mos Bassett d.d. 
Nathan Giltet 



VVm.C. Jarvig 
Daniel Burrsiri J 
M Peter Griffing \ 
Somers 

WWiam L. Strong- 
Stafford * 

Nfarvej Smith 
Joseph Knight 
•Samue' Bias 
B Ht-zekiah Davis 
Union 
Vernon 
M | Vacant 
Wiling ton 
Hnboel Loom is 
I>avid Lillibxidge 



E 



B 
M 



-S 



58 

List of Unsettled Minuter s in connexion with 1h§ 

General Association, and of Licentiates from 

the Several Associations* 

UNSETTLED MINISTERS. 

Rev. Messrs. Abraham Ailing. HanWen. 

Jtrrem>ah Atwater, d d New-Haven 
Jonathan T ?art!eti, Keddmg 
N. B tteai dslee. Somers 
William Belden, Fahfie'd 
Thomas F. Davits, New Haven 
William Ely, Hartfoid 
Asahei Gay lord, Norfolk 
Fiavei S. Ciajlord, Missionary 
P*ince hawes, Giastenbujy 
Nathaniel G. Huntington, Woodbridgfc 
Lavji Hyde, Ssockhndge 
(Jalvin 1 1. gals, Si afford 
Ama^a Jerome, New-Hartford 
John Key • 8 V\ oteptt 
William Lock wood, Giastenbury 
Peter Loekwood, Bridgeport 
Amabel KtHlletoi), Kiliingwoith 
John Ni-yes, Weston 
Erastu- liipley, New Haven 
\Vi!iym ki b ;i'.on, South tngton. 
L*'vi ^miih, Kent ? 

Henry P. &rong 
Samuel 6'turges. Fairfield 
Royal Tyler, Sa'em 
Daniel Wa»do, ^uffi-ld 
Samuel \\ hhtlesey, Hartford 
Joshua \S illiams, Heihlem 
L«»- e Wood, Cheshire 
WHlJaua W'oodbndge, Farming©*, 



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LICENTIATES, 

Messrs. Abraham Baldwin, Goshen 
Nehemiah Urown Canterbury 
Edward Hn'l .S'n\binok 
Eleazar Church ill, Mansfield 
Aubtin Dickinson, \mherst, Ma8S# 

« Doolit tie, Plymouth 

WiMium C. Fowler, Gu ford 
Josiah W. Gibbs, Salem Mass. 
Thomas H Gold, Cornwall 
Be» iah Green, Putney, Vermont 
Elnatban Gridley, Patmingion 
Elijah Hartshorn, Franklin 
Lauiazn H Miecnk, Dan bury 
yfntfon Hubbard, Glastonbury 
Chester Isham, Hartford 
Nathaniel Kingsbury, Massachusetts 

Metca'f, Lebanon 

William Mitehel , S v brook 
Eleazar Piatt, Huntington, L. I. 
Hubert C Kobhins, Co Chester 
Edward tiobinson. Souihington 
Joaathan Silpman, Sa> brook. 
Benjamin B Smith New Milford 
Harman F Va»U, Cornwall 
Charles Walker Woodstock 
Joseph D. Vtickham, New York 
WiltiamC Woodbridgc, Hartford 
Geosge A Wo< dhridg- , Norwich, 



ASSOCIATIONS. 

There are in this State thirteen Association?, v*z : Hart» 

ord North; consisting of nineteen c!;u;th * — M - . tf«»ra 

■outh, of thirteen -N. w Havrn West, of eighteen—* 

w Haven ^-t of sixteen— New Condon of twenty-* 

airfield West of s*teen- Faufi Id East of twelve— Wind 

am of twenty four — Luck-field North of aineteea— Lit©U 



GO 

&e!d £outh of seventeen— Middlesex of fifteen— and Tol- 
land of fifteen. 



GENERAL ASSOCIATION 

Of Connecticut. 

This body meets annually on the third Tuesday of June 
It is composed of two representatives from each district 
association. There is also united with them, a represen- 
tation nf three members of the General Assembly of the 
Presbyterian Church in the United States ; of one member 
from the General Convention of Congregational and Pres- 
byterian Ministers in Vermont ; of two members from the 
General Association of New Hampshire ; two members 
from the Evangelical Consociation of Rhode-Island ; and 
of two members from the General Association of Massachu- 
setts. 

To these several Bodies (he General Association of Con* 
neetic-ut sends annually the s»me number of Representa- 
tives. 

Treasurer of the General Association.— Rev. Abel 
Flint, r> d. 

Audiior^Rev. Calvin Chapin, i> d. 

The next meeting of the General Association of Connec- 
ticut will be held at the house of the Kev. Joseph Harvey, 
in Goshen, the third Tuesday of June, A. D. 1824. 

DELEGATES, 

To the several ecclesiastical bodies in connexion with the 

General Association. 

To the Genial Assembly of the Presby*emn Church, 

ft»M*tf»iphi», the M Thursday of May, 8i'4 

Rev Ludov cms Weld, James Heajh, John Langdon. 

David L. Perry substitute f*r James Heath. 

Gen. Aft*©, of Massachust »ts. f u.th Tuesday of J. me i%%\ 

WiU'am Lyman, d p. Amos Massett, D d. 

George A. Calhoun, substitute for Dr. basset* 



©I 

Gen. Asso. of N Hampshire, first Tuesday of -Sept. 1&2& 

Rev. Joseph Mix Jonathan Cone. 

Gen. Convention of Vi. Ludlow, 2d Tuesday of Sept. 1823* 

Rev Stephen W. StoMmw, Timolol P. Gillett 

Llip.halet rt.ColeniSR, substitute for Mr. 6'tebbins. 

Delegates to the Evangelical Consociation of Rhode-Island 

to meet at East Greenwich, on the second Tiesday o£ 

June, 1824. 

Horatio Waldo, NathJ. Hewitt. 



CERTIFYING COMMITTEE. 



Committee chosen by the General Association, to certify 
the regular standing of Preachers, travelling from, thks 
to other parts of the United fctates 

Rev. Nathan Perkins, d d. Rev. Elijah Waterman, 



Calvin Chapin, d.d. 
Jeremiah Day, d.e 
Matthew Noyes, 
Joseph Strong, d.d 

Isaac Lewis., 



Moses C Welch, d.d. 
Janaes Beach, 
Lyman Beecher, d.d. 
Fred T k. W. Ilotchkiis, 
Nathan Williams, d.d. 



The Delegates to the seveial etclesiastical bodies, in 
•onnexion with the General Association of Connecticut, to 
be holden in June, 1824, are to be nominated ty the seve- 
ral associations, as follows ; 

To the General Assembly, for May, 1824 
Windham, Litchfield North, and Litchfield $:uth Asso- 
ciations. 

The Delegates to the General Association of Massachtt* 
setts, for 1894, by Middlesex and Tolland Associations. 

The delegates to the General Association of New-Hamp- 
rhire, for 1824, bj Hartford North, and Hartford Souti* 
| Associations. 

The Delegates to the General Convention of Vermont* 
I for 1324, by New-Haven West and New-Haven East ./as- 
sociations; 



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TKe Delegates to the General Consociptfon of Rhod** 
Island for 18^4, by New-Loadon and Fairfield West Asso- 



ciations. 



RECEIVERS OF MONEYi 



The following persons are receivers of money in their se- 
veral association* for the Treasury of the feieiie-ral Asso- 
ciations 

Rev. Messrs Jo.ab Brace, Erasmus Scranton, Timothy P° 
Gillett, Salmon Cone, Sylvester Eaton, James Porter, 
Charles Prentis, David delden, Chauneey Boothe, Stephen 
Mason 



TRUSTEES OF THE BISHOP'S FUND. 

Rev. Philo Shelton, Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Rev. Harry 
Croswell, Jona Starr, esq. John Morgan, e*q. Evan Mai- 
bone, esq. Nathan Smith, esq Charles .igouiney, esq. 



—a , President. 

Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, Secretary. 
Charles aigourney, esq. Treasurer* 



STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE EPISCOPAL 
CONVENTION OF CONNECTICUT. 

Rev Messrs. Ti'lotson Rtownbon, u.i). Harry Croswell, 
Truman Marsh, Birdsey G. Noble ^sa Cornwall. 



STANDING SECRETARIES IN THE BAPTIST 
ASSOCIATIONS* 

Hartford— Rev Eiisha Cnshman, 
Wexv-L'mdon—llzx Jonathan G-odwin, 
8t<tnm2'ton— Rev. Roswell Burrows. 



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FROM SWORD'S ECCLESIASTICAL REGISTER. 



AN EXPLANATION OF THE 

iFrstCteiie autt $miu 

observed by the Episcopal Church* 
<m 

1. Festivals are day9 set apart by the Church for the 
Special remembrance of certain di ine mercies, or in me- 
mory of the Apostles and othe chief saints. The most im- 
portant festivals are Christmas, Caster, Whit Sunday, and 
Trinity -Sunday. 

2. Fasts are seasons appointed for deep humiliation he- 
fore God : such as the forty days of Lent ; but chiefly *#sh- 
Wednesday and Good Friday. 



SUNDAYS in ADVENT, beginning December !. 
The fonr Sundays before Christmas have the name of 
Advent, from the Latin compound verb advenire. to come 
t9. They are designed to prepare us for celebrating with 
becoming faith, seriousness, and devotion, the advent of 
Christ in the fle3h ; and to direct ou vit-w to that second 
advent, when he wi!l come to judge those to whom he 
before came to offer his salvation. 

St TWOVtAS (December 2l ) 
St. Thomas was surnamed Didymus, from a G<reek word 
Signifying a twin ; which meaning is also attached to the 
Syriack word 'Wiauma t whence is derived his name Tho- 
,l|»as. The province alotted to him for the exercise of his 
1 apostolic office was P^rth^a. He preached the Gospel to 
the Medes and Persians ; and at last suffered manyrdona 
in the Indies 

CHRISTM \3„ (December 25) 
Christmas Day, the '25th of December, is the d^y devot- 
ted to the cetebratioa ©f the birth of our blessed Saviour, 



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who left the glory of his Faiher, and for us men, and oar 
salvation, took upon him our nature. 

The practice of embellishing and ornamenting churches 
at this great Festival is explained by Dr Stukeiy. He ob- 
serves that the ancients expected our Saviour was to be 
born at the winter solstice, and that the g eat Advent was 
to happen when everg-.eens flourish ' The glory of Leb- 
anon (the cedar) shall curat unto thee, the fir tree, the 
pine tree, and the box tree together, to beautify the place 
of my sanctuary " Isa.ix 13. Many passages to the same 
purport occur in the Old Testament. 

This feastof our saviour's nativity seems to have had 
its beginning in the first, or, at least, in very early times of 
Christianity. 

*t. STEPHEN. (December 26.) 
This festival, and the other two succeeding, are placed 
immediately after Christmas, to intimate (as is supposed) 
that none are thought fitter attendants on Christ's nativity, 
than those blessed Martyrs who lost their temporal lives 
for him, from whose incarnation and birth they received 
life eternal. 

St. JOHN the Evangelist. ( December 27.) 
St. John the Evangelist ( o called from the Greek term 
which signifies the messenger of glad tidings) was a Galile- 
an by birth, the son of Zebcdee and Salome, the younger 
brother of James, but not of him who was sui named the 
Ju9t, and who was the brother of our Loid. His brother 
James and he were surnamed by Jesus, the Sons of Thun- 
der, meaning principal ministers of the Gospel ; and John, 
was most beloved by him of his disciples. 

IN NOt EN F9. (Deeemher 28.) 
These were the) wh> suffered death under the erucLj 
decree of Herod, who thought, by a general slaughter ol$ 
young children, to have accomplished the death of the in* 
fant Jesus. They are so called from the Latin term inno'» 
centes or innocui, harmless babes, altogether incapable of 
defending themselves from the malice of their inhuman 
persecutors. The celebration of the martyrdom of these} 
innocents was very aneieaU 



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CIRCUMCISION (January 1.) 
This feast is celebrated by the Church, to commemorate 
the active obedience of Jesus Christ, in fulfiling all right- 
eousness, which is one branch of the meritorious cause of 
our redemption ; and by that means abrogating the severe 
injunctions of the Mosaical establishment, and putting us 
under the grace of the Gospel 

This festival is called by some the Oclave of Christmas, 
but by most people New^Year's Day, as being the fiist 
day of the year. 

EPIPHANY. (January 6) 
The Epiphany, or manifestation of Christ to the Gen* 
tiles, happens on the 6'.h « f January, and denotes the day 
on which the wise men came from the East to worship the 
infant Jesus. Matt. ii. 4. 

1 he word Rpph^rv is derived from the Greek com- 
pound verb which signifies to manifest or declare, and was 
at first used both for Christmas Dav.wben Christ was mani- 
fested in the flesh, and for (his day (to which it is now 
more properly appropriated) when he was manifested by 
a star to tfee Gentiles. 

CONVERSION of St. PAUL. (January 25 ) 
St. Paul is not commemorated, as the other Apostles are 
by his death or raartytdom, but by 'hi* conversion, #which 
was wonderful in itself, and highl; beneficial t»theChurch 
of Christ. For whilst the othei Apostles had their parti- 
cular provinces, h« had the care of all the churche9, and 
by his indefatigable labours contributed v*ry much to the 
propagation of the Gospel throughout the world. 

PURIFICATION. (Fobruar) 2.) 
This holiday is kept in memory of the presentation of 
Christ in the temple. It was a precept of the Mosaic law, 
that every firscborn son should be holy unto the Lord, to 
attend on the service of the temple or tabernacle, or else 
to be redeemed with an offering of money, or sacrifice.— 
The mother, als^ wa$ obliged to separate herself forty 
days from the congregation after the hi th of a male, and 
eighty after that of a female ; and then was to present 
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a lamb, if in good circumstances, or a cduple of pigeons, 
if she was poor. All this was exactly performed after the 
birth of our Saviour, who came to fulfil all righteoasness ; 
and was willing, in all particulars of his life, that a just o- 
bedience should be paid to the public ordinances of reli- 
gion. 

SEPTUAGEShVlA, SEXAGESIMA, QUINQUAGESIMA 
SUNDAYS. (Feb. 3, H>, 17.) 
There being exactly 50 days between the Sunday next 
before Lent and Easter-day, inclusive, that Sunday is term- 
ed Qainquagesima, i. e. the 5<Jth. And the two immedi- 
ately preceding are called, from the next round numbers, 
Sexagesima and Sepuiagesima, 6()th and 70th. 

ASH- WEDNESDAY. (February 20.) 
Ash-Wednesday is the first day of Lent. It has its 
name from the ashes, in whtch, as well as in sackcloth, 
the first Christians used to appear, when they were peni- 
tent, and wished to be again admitted into the Church, 
after they had been shut out from it on account of their 
sins. 

Lent is a word meaning " the spring." The season of 
Lent contains forty days, from Ash- Wednesday to Easter, 
exclusive of Sundays, which are never to be observed as 
fasts. ^The Jews fasted forty days before then passover, 
Our Saviour fasted forty days in the wilderness. 

St. MATTHIAS (February 24.) 
This day is kept by the Chuixh in commemoration o? 

St. Mntthias. He was, it is most probably thought, one 

ol the seventy disciples, and was a diligent attendant upon 

our Saviour <il the time of his preaching. 

After the 4 -h of Judas, he was chosen, by lot, into the 

number of the Apostles. 

ANK17N :iATIO>J oF the Virgin Mary. (March 25.) 

This festival is appointed by the Church in comn.emo- 
ratiois ol the IV.esse! Virgin, and particulas y of themes- 
sage of the angel to her concerning her being to bring 
forth the Alessias, our blessed Lord. 



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PALM SUNDAY. (March 31.) 
This festival is called Palm-Sunday, or the Sunday of 
Boughs, because of the people's strewing them in our Sa- 
viour's passage to Jerusalem. The practise of observing it 
is so ancient, that it is ascribed to the Apostles themselves. 

GOOD-FKIDAY. (April 5.) 
Good-Friday, so called from the infinite gootl effected by 
the event it celebrates, is the day on which our blessed 
Saviour died for our sins. 

EASTER-DAY. (April 7 ) 
Easter-Day is the day on which our blessed Saviour rose 
from the dead ; the third day after Good-Friday. The 
word Easter signifies " to rise." This grand festival was 
so anciently observed by the Church, that no «ne in for- 
mer times doubted that it was established by apostolical au« 
thority. 

LOW SUNDAY, (^pril 14.) 

It was a custom among the ancients, upon the first Sua- 

j day after Easter-day, to repeat some part of the solemnity 

I of that grand festival ; from whence this Sunday took the 

name of Low Sunday, being celebrated as a feast, though 

of a lower degree than Easter itself 

ST- MARK. (April 25) 
As there are several Marks mentioned in Scripture, there 
[arises tome difficulty in determining whieh of them was 
[the Evangelist. It is generally thought, however, that it 
Was not that Mark who was the associate of Piiul and Bar- 
nabas, but that other Mark who was the convert, or, as 
lie is otherwise called, the son of 3t. Peter, and one of his 
ptendants. 

St. PHILIP and St. JAMES (May I.) 
I 8t. Philip was born at Bethsaida, a town of Galilee, near 
ae sea of Tiberias, in the barren part of the country of 
ludea, the principal inhabitants whereof wei e poor, illite- 
rate fishermen, but of whom our blessed «Saviour, residing 
that remote place, was pleased to make choiee ©f his 



disciples. He was the next after St Andrew and St. Peter 
called to the apostleship ; though some think before them. 

ROGATION DVYS (May 13, 14, 15.) 
These days were appointed for a special pious purpose 
in the 5th century. The Church hath thought fit to con- 
tinue to recommend their observance a* private fasts. 

ASCENSION D > y. (May 16 ) 
Ascension-Day, or Hoi) Thursday, is 'he day on which 
our Saviour ascended into heaven, and happens forty days 
after Easter. 

WHIT-SUNDAY. (Mry 218.) 
Whit-Sunda} is the day on which the Holy Ghost de- 
scended upon the Apostles. It happens ten da*'s after 
Hely -Thursday, and fifty days after Easter ; being the day 
of Fentecostj which signifies fifty. 

TRIM IT V SUNDAY. (June 2) 
Trinity-Sunday is he Sunday which particularly cele- 
brates the great doctrine, that we worship three Persons, 
but one Ggo\ 

St. BARNABAS (June Jl.) 
St, Barnabas was b«>i n at Cyprus, and was descended of 
the tribe of Levi. He was brought up with St. Paul under 
the care of Gamaliel 

ST. JOHN BAPTIST. (June 24.) 
7'he Church has celebrated the nativity of this saint, as 
she has done the martyrdom, or the day of the death^of 
other saints. 

St. PETER, (June 29.) 
Th»9 eminent apo^tie was born at Kethsaida, a town of 
Gali'ee. and was a fishe rnan by profession. He was, it is 
generally thought, the elder brother of St. Andrew. 

St JAMES. (July 25.) 
St* James the Great, or the Elder, was one of the sons 
®f Zebedee, and brother of St. John. 



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St. MATTHEW. (September 21.) 
St. Matthew was, by pcofesBOu, a publican] or in our 
language, a custom-house officer and fa« emplove I t* ool 
lecit the uties laid <>n the fisltti g trade, ill the lake of !':• 
be-iv;; and - iitirg at the receipt if custnrn.whoe h e iri.-lii. 
have a clear vie\r of ships arid their lading, our Savjonr 
pacing by, shw him., and said nothing more to him lhan 
follow we. Vet bo visible was the wonderful efficacy of 
the Holj r piril of God in his conversion, that he arose im- 
mediately an J followed hitn. 

St. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS. (Sept. 29.) 
This festival js celebrated by the Chiiich in thanksgiving 
to God for the benefits we receive by the ministry of the 
holyaugris ./h '.his St Michael is recorded in ScYiplure 
as ai. f-.i;'-! of great pow ami dignity ^presiding and watch- 
ing ovei the Church > fGod, with particular vigilance and 
application, and triumphing over the devil, it therefore 
beats his name. 

St. LUKE, (October 18.) 
This famous Evangelist was horn at Anticch. He was 
the beloved Finsieian particularly mentioned by *S't. Paul, 
and the brother whose praise is in the Gospel. 

St. SIMON & St. JUDE. (October 23.) 
St. Simon was surnamed the Canaauite, and Zelotes, 
which two names are, in fact, the same; for the Hebrew 
term Canaan signifies a zealot. He was oee of the twelve 
apost'.es, and a relation cf our blessed Lord ; either his half 
brother, being one of Joseph's sons by another wife, or a 
cousin b\ his mother's side. The other saint this day com. 
meinorated. was a brother of Simon, and consequently the 
same relation to our blessed Saviour. 

ALL SAINTS' DAY. (November 1.) 
The Church having, in the course of her year, celebrated 
the memories of the holy apostles ai\d the other most emi- 
nent saints and martyrs of the first days of the Gospel* 
deems it unnecessary to extend her eajeii&u 1 by afty ati*» 



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particular festivals, but closes her course with this general 

- St. ANDREW. (November 30.) 
Pr* Andrew was first of all, a disciple of St. John the 
I'nptist ; f)Ut being assured by his master, that he was not 
the Metsias, and hearing him say. upon the sig:ht of our 
Saviour, behold fhe L ml) of Gcd i he left the Baptist, and 
became our Lord's disciple. 

EMBER DAYS. (F, binary 23, 25, and 26 : May 24. 26, 
& 27 ; September 20, Z% h 23 ; December 20.2^ & 23.) 
TJaese are the Wednesday. Friday and Saturday, after the 
1st Tuesday in Lent, the.feast of W hitsunday, the !<Uh of 
Sept. and the 1 3th of Dee. ; the Sundays following these 
days, being the stated times of o - dination in the Church. 

The origin of the name is not pertain ; but the design 
of the Church is to call her members, on these days, by 
prayer and fasting, to invoke the divine aid and blessing 
on the choice and commission of m misters off the Gospel. 

THANKSGIVING DAY. 

Tn addition to her oth&r holy days, the Church appoints 
the 1st Thursday of Nov. (or if any other day be appoint- 
ed by civil authority, then such day) to be observed as a 
day of thanksgiving to */?:m':ghty God for the fruits of the I 
earth, and a'l other bles ings of his merciful providence, 
and prescribes a service for the day admirably calculated 
to excite gratitude and devotitm. 



BISHOPS , 

Of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States. 
The Right Rev. William White, d d. of Pennsylvania. 
The Right Rev. John Henry Hobart, d d. of New York. 
The Right Rev. Alexander Viets Griswold, d d. of the 

F«astern Diocess; 
The Right Rev. Richard Channing Moore, d d. of Va. 
The Right Rev. James Kemp, d d. nf Mar', land. 
The Right Rev. John Croee, d d. of New-Jersey. 
The Right Rev. Nathaniel Bowen, d d. of South-Carolina. 
The Right Rev. Thomas C. Hiownell, d d li, d of Con, 1 
The Right Rev. Philander Chase, d d. of Ohio. 
The Right Rev. John Stark Ravensoroft, of N. Carolina. 



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Episcopal Missionaries and Ministers, in Connec- 
ticut, without any parochial charge. 

Stephen Peach, Charles Smith, David Belden, Joseph 
D. Wilton, George S. White, Enoch IJ. Huntington, jr. 
Edward I\es, Steele. 



Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
William McKendree, Enoch Gccge, Robert R. Roberts. 



Time and place of holding Methodist Conferences 
in 1824. 

foiUh-Carolina Conference, at Charleston, Feb. 19. 
Virginia Conference, at Petersbnrgh. Ma»#b, '8. 

Baltimore Conference, at Winchester, V'a April C. 

Philadelphia Conference, at Philaoe! ' 'm, Vpri! 19. 

g^7=Geneia! Conference, Baltimore, May 1. 

New-York Conference, New-York, (V\tc| e yan Seminary) 
June 1. 

New-England Conference, Barnard, Vt. Tune 22. 

Genessee Conference, at Lansing, Cayuga County, New- 
York, July 25 

Canada Conference, (provided it be set off by the Ge- 
neral Conference.) at Halowell, Upper Canada, Aug. 25. 



BAPTIST BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

At the meeting of the General Convention of the Baplist 
Churches in *the State « f Connect icuti he d at Hartford, 
Oct 29 and 30, the following Board of IVkanagei s were 
chosen : 

Rev. Asa Wilcox, President. 

Rev. Jonathan Goodwin. Vice President. 

Rev. Augustus Bol.'es, Secretary. 

Joseph B Gilbert, Treasurer. 

Robert Francis, esq. Rev. Elisha Cushman, Rev Roswell 

Surrow9,Rev. Oliver Wilson, and John Turney, Directors* 



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OFFICERS AND MANAGERS 

Elected at a triennial meeting of the Baptist General Con- 
vention, held at the city of Washington, *#pril 30 1823. 
Rev. Thoma9 Baldwin, d d. President. (Boston.) 
Rev.Burgiss Allison, dd. 1st V. President (Washington.) 

Rev. Jesse Mercer, 2d Vice President. (Georgia ) 

Rev.Obadiah B /frown, 3d Vice President. (Washington) 

Rev, Lucius Belles, 4th V. President. (Salem, Mass.) 

MANAGERS. 

Rev, Richard Furraan. d d S. C. Rev. Daniel Sharp; 
Mass. Rev. Jona. Going, Mass. Rev Stephen Gano, R. I. 
General ^bner Forbes, Vt Rev. ElishaCushroan, Conn. 
Rev. Archibald Maclay, N.Y. Rev. Spencer H. Cone, N Y. 
Rev. John Peck, N. Y Rev. Eloo Galusha, N. Y Rev. N. 
Kendrick, N.Y. Rev. S. W Lynd, N. J. Rev T. Brown, 
N.J. Rev. John P. Peckworlh, Penn. Rev. Joseph Maylin, 
Rev. John Kealey, Md. Joseph Gibson, esq. D. C. Rev, Al- 
va Woods, D.C Rev. Sarauei Wait, D C. Rev John Bryee, 
D. C Rev. John L. Dagg, Va Rev. Henry Keeling, Va. 
Rev. Samuel Cornelius, Va Col. C. M'Allister, N C. Kev. 
Joseph B Cook, S. C. Jibner Davis, esq. Geo. Rev. Adiel 
Sherwood, Geo. Rev. James A. Hanaldson, Lou Rev. Ri- 
chard Dabbs, Tenn. Hon. John V Johnson, Ky. The 
President and Recording Secretary of the Convention, are 
also mem beis ofihe Board. 



®ofcw ©lerfts $c Collectors ; 

FOR 1823— -24. 

Towns* Clerks. t Collectors. 

Ash ford Josias Bvles Isaac Kendall, jr. 

Katkh^mpfcted John Merrils Joseph VVilder 

Berlin Geo. Hubbard Joseph Stanley 

Bethiem Samuel Church Wlam C. Casson 

Bolton Man ton Hammond Luther TaJcoit 

Bofcrah Gardner Avery Wi«u L* C»o*ker 



Towns. 
Branford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brook yn 
Bridgeport 
Canterbury 
Canaan 
Canton 
Chaplin 
Chatham. 
Cheshire 
Colebrook 
Colchester 
Columbia 
Cornwall 
Coventry 
Dunbury 
Do. by 
Durham 
Darien 
East-Haven 
East-Hartfoid 
East-Haddam 
East- Windsor 
Ellington 
Enfield 
Farming ton 
Fai«fitld 
Franklin 
Glastenbury 
Goshen 
Gran by 
Greenwich 
Griswold 
Grot on 
Guilford 
Hamden 
lladdana 



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Clerks. 
Samuel Pnsbie 
Traey Peek 
Daniel Hawiey 
fc^aron Hitchcock 
Zach >paldmg 
Salmon Htubbell 
Thomas Coit 
Benajah Douglass 
James Humphrey 
On en \1 liter 
Zebnlon Penfield 
Rufus Hitcheock 
Lancelot Phelps 
Daniel Watrous 
«Samuel Little 
William Kellogg 
Nathan Howard 
Darius Starr 
Sheldon Curiiss 
W. G. Chauncey 
Darius K„ jSfeofie d 
Bela Farnum 
•Samuel Pitkin 
N. L. Foster 
Aamn Hi&sel 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
John Mix 
Samuel Rowland 
Eli Hartshorn 
Jonathan Wells 
Ad »no Hale 
Daniel Hayes, jr. 
Hezekiah Tracy 
Wm. Lucker 
Nathan Daboll 
Samuel Fowler 
Hussel Pierpont 
John Brainard 



Collectors. 
Joel Augnr 
Charles G, Ives 
Czar Starr, jr. 
Wiliard Hitchcock, 
Bela P. Spalding 
Ezra Gregory 
John Rarslow, 2d 
"Wm P Russell 
Hos« a Case, 2d 
Abe Ross 
Erasing strong 

Benj. D Dooiittte 

Pinney North 
John C. Bulkley 
Alpneus Kingsley,jr 
«4usqd Rogers 

Horace Hose 

Levi btarr 

Samuel Ba.sett 

L^ man C Camp 

Hoi y Bell 

,/tfner Pardee 

Ozias Huberts 

Socrates Chester 

Select Men 

John M'Kinstry 

Lot Kniam 

E ijah Porter 

Thos F. Rowland 

Amasa Hyde 

Gideon Welles 

Collins Ba dwin 

Elizur Benjamin 

(Setii Lyon 

1) R.Tyler 

Kui'us Allyn 

Eli Diekerman 
Edward Unity 



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Towns. 
Hampton 
Hartford 

Hartland 
Harvv.'nton 
Hebron 
Hui tington 
Kent 

Killing-worth 
Krtlingly 
Le' anon 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Lyme 
Mansfield 
Marlborough 
Meriden 
• Middlebury 
Mi< ? d;etown 
Mil ford 
Montville 
Monroe 
New -Canaan 
New-Fairfield 
New- Hartford 
New-Haven 
New London 
New- Mil ford 
Newtown 
North Haven 
Ni.tfolk 
N i walk 
^orwieh 
N. Stonington 
Orange 
Oxford 
Plainfield 
Plymouth 
Pom fret 



Clerks. 
Win. A. Brewster 

Elisha Coit 

Josiah C. Panning 
Elijah Gnylord 
John S. Peters 

Levis Mil's 
Elisba Kelsey, jr. 
Luther Warren 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph Jevvett 
Moses Sevrnour 
Charles 6'mith 
L«rher kinffsley 
David B. Ripley 
Levi Ya'e 

John Fisk 
Samuel Higby 
Joshua Baker, jr. 
6'annuel Wheeler. 
iSnmuel St. John 
S. T. Barnum 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Mur son 
Ebenezer Way 
Klisha Bostwkk 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Aarwn Roys 
Benj. Isaacs 
Philip Huntington 
Stephen Avety 
B« L. Lambert 
Hosea Dotton 
Squirt Cady 
Calvin Butler 
T. M. Grosvenor 



Collectors 



CMr 



oscs Smith 
C<tton 
Win. Filley.jr. 
Abijah Webster 
Zachariah Cone 



Philo Mills 
David VV right 
David Fiske 
S. D Tilden 
Lavius Farnham 
Eliada Peck 
L< dowick Rill 
Jona. Gurley 
KlijaV Foote 
Levi Ya!e 

Samuel Fairchild 
Jirah Baldwin 
J. W. Haughton 
Wm. Wheeler, jr. 
Edw ftrd Nash 
Billy Piatt 
Daniel Lyman 
John . c cott 
Jona. Brocks 
Royal J.Carfield , 
Eli Bennett 
Isaac Stiles 
Thomas Curtis, 
Samuel Burwell 
Tliomas Thomas 
Jeremiah Yoi k 
Ed. Tt Fowler 
Rosweil Cab lea 
Charles Harris 
Miles Smith 
Geo. S. Ingals 



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Towns. 
Preston 
Redding 
Uidgefietd 
Roxbury 
Salem 
Salisbury 
$ay»rook 
Sharon 
Slu i man 
Somers 
Souihington 
South bury 
Stafford 
Stamford 
Sterling 
Stoninsion 
StratfeVd 
Suffield 
Simsbury 
Thompson 
Tolland 
Torrington 
Trumbull 
Union 
Vernon 
VoluMtown 
Wallingford 
Warren 
Washington 
Water bury 
Waterf; id 
Wafei town 
Weston 
W<*thersfield 
Wiliington 
Wilton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winchester 



Clerks. 
Denison ['aimer 
Jona. \\ Stanford 

Samuel iS'tebbins 

John Hillings 

Thcr. ., f-l;!^ 
O'aik NTott 
Geo Kmg, jr, 
David Northrop 
z Collins 
Curtis 
John Mosely 
Samuel Blodget 
fleyn our ,)arvi3 
Pie. qe ^mit.h 
Jesse l>eno 
Elijah Ufford 
Oliver \\. Be 
Jona. Petlibonc, jr 
John Kicholsyjr. 
Joseph FToward 
John Gillet, jr. 
Lews Hurt on 
Robert Lawson 
I . P. fuikei 
James Alexander 
Hum M (in son 
George Starr 
I). D. Brinsmade 
Ashley Scou 
Ca'eb llawnond 
T. C. Steele 
Simeon Kanton 
l.zekiel P. Belden 
Gideon N. Merrick 
j&amael Belden, jr 
Eliphalet Ripley 
Llisha N. Sill 
Levi Piatt 



Collectors. 
George W. Morgan 
„tfaron Morehouse 
U'm. Keelcr 

E. XV Tread way 
Alex. Lamb 

Joshua Lnvell 
Lewis Starr 
Hiram Pomeroy 
Root Giidley 
Asa John ton 
Joseph Sibley 
E. H. Weed 
John Th'irston 
Joshua Wheeler, jr. 
Benjamin Ufford 
Jona Pomeroy 
Virgil Pettihone 
Char'Ve* Howlett 
Ariel Ladd 
Lvarz'llai Hudson 
Ransom Dnwr.es 
Paul Law soft 
George Kellogg 
Miner Robbins 
Wm Todd 
Augustus Coleman 
John N. Gunn 
Israel Coe 
Wm. Got ton 
Sanson Warren 
Jeremiah Burton 
Heniy B'arnat 
J. J Moultou 
Zalmon Dike man 
Henry Webb 
Abel Barnes, jr. 
Noma Coe 



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Towns* Clerks. Collectors. 

Woodbridge Justus TLrmas Mark Sherry 

Woodbury Leman Sherman David Rrothwell 

Woodstock John Fox Ca'vin Uawson 

Wolcott Archibald Miner Levi barker 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment Lists for 
the State are the Treasurer and Comptroller, for the 
time being. 

m nvtut for tfte gwgatie . 

Upon a petition showing that there are more than One 
Thousand Insane pe^sojis in Connecticut ; the Geo As- 
sembly, at their session, in May, V8v'2 g' anted a char- 
ter, incorporator ^ an Institution, by the name of" The 
President and Directors of the Ketreat for the Insane.'* 
The Gen ^sembly also granted Five Thousand Dol- 
lars, out of the Treasury of the State, in aid f»f the be- 
nevolent object By the month ofOctobei , < S22, twen- 
ty thousand dollars had been subscribed, and, by the 
account current of the Tteasurer of the Institution, it 
appears, on the l4lh May, 182.3, nine thousand seven 
hundred and thirty dollars 55-100 had been received oa 
subscriptions. 

The site selected for the buildings of the Retreat, is dis- ? 
tant, south westward!}, about 1 1-4 mile* from the state- 
house in Hartfoid. The grounds, (i7 acres,) frontingon 
the Berlin turnpike east ; and having west-street on the 
west, present, ft «m the beautiful elevation of their wes» 
tern limits, an interesting prospect of the country east- 
ward, with a partial view of Hartford and Wethtrsfie d. to 
the north and south. On this elevation, a building is. erect- 
ed : its centre, fifty feet square— and three stories above 
the basement ; with a north and south wing, each fifty 
by thirty— two stories above the basement The waifs 
are of Stone, to be covered with a white e<ment| or tpugfc 



77 

tast. Expense of the building not to exeeed 12,000 dol- 
lars ; and the prospect favourable tbat its early comple- 
tion wil! admit the walls to become dry ; so that, should 
the receipts of the ^Society, as is to be hoped, preve ade- 
quate to Indispensable arrangements, the unfortunate, as 
early as in Ja..uary,probab!y,may have a share in the mer- 
cy of a commiserating public. 



BY-LAWS OF THE SOCIETY. 

Voted, That all subscribers, who shall add to their pres" 
ent subscriptions, .-urn-* fufKc;ent to m:>ke Directors for 
life, Members for hie. or one year, shall be admitted to the 
same privileges as the ortgmal subscribers. 

Voted, That eve<y subscription under twelve dollars, 
shall render the sub~cr< ber, ar»ember of the Society, half 
the number of j ears that the subscription amounts to dol- 
lars. 

Resolved, That the Vnnual Meeting oF the Society, for 
the choice of Directors and other business, be hoiden at^ 
the State-House, in Hartfo d, on the l 2d W< dnesday or* 
May, at 2 o'clock, P M. of which naee-in^ the adoption of 
this resolution, shad, to all concerned, be epal warning. 

Resolved, That the Annua' Meeting of the I): ectors, 
shall be hoiden at the place of the \nnual Meeting of the 
Society, immediately on the adjournment of the same. 

Resolved, That other than \nnuai Meetings, ol ihe So- 
ciety, may be warned at the request of the Directors, by 
the Secretary, who is to give notice of the same, in one or 
moie newspapers published in ue State. 

In order to a more distinct view of the periods of mem- 
bership, and to facilitate the duties or an Annual Report of 
members belonging to the Society, Voted, That in a ■ future 
admissions to membership of this Society by sahst option, 
the rights of membership founded on such subscription, 
shall commence with, and be continued from tie Annual 
Meeting next succeeding the return of such subscription, 
to the Secretary of the Society. 



SOCIETY 

FOR THE 

Relief of Vm Stream* 



[The Institution located at Hartford.'] 
OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, President. 

JRt. Rev Thomas C Brownell, Viee -President* 

David Watkinson, £sq. Treasurer. 

Samuel Tudor, Esq. Auditor. 

Jonathan Law, Esq Secretary. 



VICE PRESIDENTS FOR LIFE, 
By the payment of iwo hundred Dollars and upward*. 
Tieoige Goodwin 
?hamicey Deming 



m)iiver Woicott 
Pamuel Tudor 
David Watkinson 
Wm. H. lmlav 
Thus S. Williams 
Henry L. Ellsworth 
Charles Stgqurney 



Wm. Robinson 

Has Perkins 
Jo eph Batteil 
Joshua Stow. 



DIRECTORS FOR LIFE, 
By the payment ci' one hundred Dollars. 



Daniel Wads.worth 
Ward Wood bridge 
Robert Watkinson 
Klisha Shcp'Ard 
James H.Wells 
Daniel Hue-k 
Henry Hudson 
David Porter 

■ k Langdbh 
Oliver D. Cooke 



Wm. W. Ellsworth 
Henry Seymour 
Eliphalet Averill 
Edward Watkinson 
George Wraith 
Asahel riaijbaway, jr. 
HtsU e m iah flu bbard 
Abigail Hubbaid 
Obadiah Brown. 



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DIRECTORS CHOSEN FOR 
YEAR. 



the ; 



Hon. Roger M. Sherman 
Hon. Gideon Tomlinaon 
Robert Fairchild, esq 
Kt. Her. Bishop Brownell 
President Day 
Eli Whitney, Esq. 
IVm. Leffingweil, Esq. 
Eli Ives, M. D. 
John W. Holiey, Esq. 
Thomas Hubbard, M D. 
Thomas Miner, M. D 
Mason P, Cogswell, M. D. 
Hon. Nathaniel Terry 
James Ward, Esq 
Rev. Thomas Robbins 
Michael Bull, Esq. 
Eli Todd, \1. D. 
Eliphalet Terry, Esq. 
Rev. Nathaniel S Wheaton 
Rev. Elisha Cushman 



Sarouel B. Woodward* M.D 

Ion Samuel W. Johnson 
Rev. Cjjauncey Booth 

Hon. John T Peters 
Warren R Fowler, M, D, 

I'm. Buel, M. D. 
Hon. John Uuss 
Xm. Tully, M. D. 
ftev. Joel rfawes 
John R '»V all: in sob, Esq. 
lames Dodd, Esq. 
('nomas Day, Esq. 

iel Qicott, Esq. 
George Sumner, M. D. 

Ion. Daniel Putnam 
. Ion. John Davenport 
Jonathan Law, Esq. 
ion. Enoeh Burrows 
don John S. Peters 



Eli Todd, M D Superintendent. 
— Jissistant Physician. 



PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 



Eli Todd, M. D. 
Wm W El is worth, Esq. 
Samuel Tudor, Esq 
Gewge Sumner, M It 
Samuel B Woodward, M.D 
Wm. H. Imlay, Esq. 



Michae! Bull, Esq. 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Esq. 
Henry Hudson, Esq, 
David Porter, Ksq 
lames Dodd, Esq. 
lames YVardj Esq. 



80 

VISITORS. 

Mason F. Cogswell, M D, .Eli Ives, M. O. 

Win. Buel. M 1) Thomas Miner, M. D. 

Thomas Hubbard, M. D. (William Tully, M.D. 



COMMISSIONERS A I POINTED BY THE GENE- 
RAL ASSEMBLY. 

His Excellency the Governor 
Won. fcarnue! A. Friot 
Charles Rockwell Rsq 

AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

AT HARTFORD, 

For the education and instruction of Deaf SiDumb persons. 

[incorporated may, 1816.] 



Daniel Wachworth, President. 

Vice Presidents for life by subscription of $20G 
and upwards. 

Hon. William Phillips, Hon WiHpm Gray, Hon. Israel 
Thorndike, William Parson?, e^q. Samuel Appleton, esq. 
Daniel Wadsworth, esq. Hon. Stephen Van RenseHaer* 
Robert Oliver, esq John Caldwell, esq, Chauncey Deny- 
ing, esq. Charles S'igourney, esq 

Vice-Presidents elected at the annual meeting. 
May 10, 1823. 

Dr. Mason F. Cogswell. Nathaniel Terry, esq. David 
Porter, esq Joseph Hattell, esq. Ward Wood bridge, esq. 
Henry Hudson, esq. Rev. Benoni Upson, d.d. Thomas 
Day, esq. 



81 

directors for life, by subscription offtlQQand 
upwards. 

Joseph Battell, P. C. Brooks, Daniel Buck, Mason F. 
Cogswell, John B. Coles, Joseph Coolidge, Simeon Forres- 
ter, Henry Hudson, William H. Imlay, James Katie, 
Eliphalet Kimball, David M 'Kinney, Israel AJunson, M. 
Overing, Samuel Parkman,Dmie| P. Parker, Joseph Pea- 
body, b. Pickman, jr. David #oYter, P. Remaen, Andrew 
Ritchie, Samuel Salisbury, David (Sears, John Cotton- 
Smith, Nathaniel Terry, Ward Woodbridge, S. V. S. Wil- 
der, John Jacob ^fstor, Christopher Colt, Henry W. De'a- 
van, Samuel Elliot, jr. Daniel D. Rogers, Luther Scarbo- 
rough, Eliphalet Terry, Rev. Benoni Upson, d.d. »Stephen 
Whitney, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Eliphalet ^verill. 

Directors chosen at the annual meeting, 
May 10, 1823. 

Samuel Tudor, John Russ, William Ely, David Wat* 
kinson, James Ward, Michael Olcott, William Watson, 
Thos C. Perkins, Charles Seymour, Roswell Bartholo- 
mew. 

Seth Terry, Secretary, 
James H. Wells, Treasurer. 

INSTRUCTERS. 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, Principal. 
Laurent Clerc, 

William C. Woodbridge, f . . 
Isaac Orr, 
Lewis Weld, 
William W. Turner, 

Rev. Samuel Whittlesey, Superintendent* 
6 



82 



jFitsst Selectmen antr Eoum 
©treasurers* 



jFitrst Selectmen, Treasurer. 



Ash ford 

Barkhampsted 

Berlin 

Bethlem 

Bolton 

Bozrah 

Branford 

Bristo! 

Brookneld 

Burlington 

Brooklyn 

Bridgeport 

Canterbury 

Canaan 

Canton 

Chaplin 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Colebrook 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

Darien 

East-Haven 

East-Hartford 

East*Haddam 

Kast-Windsor 

Ellington 

infield 



Daniel Knowltoa 
Elijah-Jones 
Abijah Flagg 
S C. Leavitt 
Samuel Williams 
N. Waterman 
Samuel Frisbie 
Tracy Peck 
Zalmon Goodsell 
Hunn */fndrus 
Denison Cady 
Reuben Tweedy 
Samuel L. Hough 
Edmund Dunning 
Elisha Sugden 
John Ross 
Philip Sage 
•Silas Mitchcock 
Theron Rockwell 
E. W. Newton 
Elam Loom is 
Elias Hart 
Solomon Bidwell 
Daniel B, Cook 
Robert Gate* 
Elijah Coe 
John Bell 
James Thompson 
David Bemis 
James Stranahan 
Abner Reed 
Benj. Pinney 
Elam O. Potttr 



Josias Byles 
M Merrills 
George Hubbard 
Samuel Church 
— Manton 
Gardner Avery 
James Barker 
Enos Ives 
Waite Northrop 
Waite Lowrey 
Zachariah Spalding 
Smith Tweedy 
Thomas Coit 
Benajah Douglass 
Laneel Foot 
Orren Witter 
Zebulon Penfleld 
Rufus Hitchcock 
Ira Whiting 
John R Watrous 
Samuel Little 
Benj. Catlin 
Nathan Howard ? 
Alanson Hamlin 
Ethel Keeney 
Dennis Camp 
Joshua ScofielcJ 
Bela Farnham 
Samuel Pitkin 
N. L. Foster 
Aaron Bissell 
Robert Hyde 
Elam 0. Pot^ejf 



S3 



Towns. 

^armington 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Haddam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killingworth 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Middletown 

Milford 

Monroe 

Montville 

New Canaan 

New-Fairfield 

New-Hartford 

New-Haven 

New- London 

jfrew 'Milford 



First Selectmen. Treasurer. 



George Cowlgt 
David Hill 
Daniel Gager 
Joseph Wells 
David Wadhams 
Philetus Cooley 
Hezekiah Tracy 
James Lord 
Adam Larabee 
jedediah Lathrop 
Joel Lord 
John Brainard 

John Hempsted 
Daniel Mattocks 
W. C. \bernethy 
Win. Phelps 
N. J. Birdsey 
Bradley Mills 
Ely A. Elliott 
Simeon Copp 
T. tfolbrook,jr. 
Joseph L. Lyon 
Reuben Webster 
Thomas Sill 
Wm Bennett 
Joel Foote 
Seth A. Piumb 
James Wooster 
Henry Carrir-gton 
A'amuel Durand, jr 
Samuel Beardsley 
Calvin Bolles 
Isaac Richards 
Thaddjeus Barnura 
A. Wheeler, jr. 
Wm. Mix 
Samuel Chany 
Elihu Marsh, 2d 



Solomon Cowles 
David Hill 
Oliver Johnson 
Samuel Wells 
AVmo Hale 
Dan'i Hays, jr. 
Peter Mead 
William Tucker 
Nathan Daboll 
Samuel Fowler 
Russel Pierpont 
G. S. Brainprd 
Wm. A. Brewster 
Isaac Spencer 
J. C. Banning 
Roswell Abe nethy 
Jonathan Page 
Hezekiah Marks 
Philo Mills 
Dan Lane 
Jeremiah Field 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph Jewett 
Samuel Huell 
Sam'l. B Mather 
Luther Kingsley 
Joel Foote 
Levi Yale 

Larman Townsen$ 
John Fisk 
Elnathan Baldwin 

Azel Rogers 
Samuel St. John 
Samuel T. Ba' nti^ 
Asa Goodwin 
Andrew Kidston 
John A. Fulton 
Wm. T#vlor 



I 



84 



Town's, 

*Jewtown 
Jorth Haven 
Norfolk 

^orwich 

y. Stonington 

grange 

Plaiufield 

PiVKflOUth 

Pom fret 

Preston 

Redding 

Jwfgefield 

Tftoxbiiry 

(Vafcm 

Salisbury 

Saybrook 

Sharon 

Sberman 

Soraers 

South ington. 

South bury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Siooington 

Stratford 

Rofljeld 

S'lmbury 

Thompson 

Tol'and 

Torrington 

Trumbull 

Union 

Vernon 

Voliintown 

Wallingford 

Warren 



First Selectmen Treasurers* 



Abijah Merritt 
Timothy Andrews 
James A'hepard 
Bcnj. Isaacs 
Kpaphras Poiter 
John D. Gallup 
I. A. Woodruff 
E1«as Scott 
K. C. Eaton 
Ransom Blakeslee 
Nathan Dresser 
James Co^k 
Jena. Merchant 
•/0bner Gilbert 
David Wilier 
J -seph Morgan 
$ilas Iteed 
Jonathan Warner 
Alpheu5 Jewett 
J' dediah Graves 
Lemuel Paisons 
Lucas Curtis 
Cyrus Mitchell 
*S" mue! Uoekvell 
Dan'i Lockwood 
CaWiti Dibbard 
William Randall 
Levi Curtis 
Andrew L>enison 
ThaddeusTuller 
Parlev Whitmore 
Geo. M. Hyde 
«4saph Gillett 
Burr Cmtiss 
David Coye 
Francis McLean 
Dan'l Keigwin 
David M. Cook 
iJenj. Carter 



Ezra Glover 
Darnel Pierpont 
it. H. Pettibone 
JMo?es Gregory 
C. P. Huntington 
Dudley R.Wheeler 
Nathan Clark 
•tfbel Wheeler 
iSquir* Cady 
Calvin Butler 
T. M. Grosvenor 
Den'son Palmer 
Jona. R. Ban ford 
Richard Randall 
Peter C Oakley 
John Billings 
Abijah C. Peet 
Ciark Nott 
Samuel Kuekwell 
John Orton 
Horatio a. Hamilton 
Roger Whittlesey 
William H in man 
Samuel H lor! get 
Seymour Jarvis 
Pierce Smith. 
Jesse Dean 
David Brooks 
Oliver Pease * 

Ben}, Eiy 
John Nichols, jr, 
Joseph Howard 
John Gillett, Jr. 
R M»d«llebrook 
Rohet t Lawson 
L. P Tinker 
James Alexander 
Wdi. Todd 
Joseph A.Tanse*' 



Washington 

Waterhury 

Waterford 

Watcrtown 

Weston 

Wethersfield 

Willingi.on 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Woodbridge 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Wolcott 



85 

John N. Gunn 
Joseph Hronson 
It. K. Morgan 
Truman Balflw in 
David Sherwood 
Eiia3 Pratieii 
Daniel Glazier 
Eraatns Purges 
Alfred Young 
Elihu Roberta 
Jonathan Coe, jr* 
Noyea Darling ' 
Thomas Root 
Win Chamberlin 
Obtd A'.cox 



Samuel Leavitt 
James Scovil 
Ca'eb Ra) roond 
Vm. 11. Mcrnmaa, 
Isaac Bennett 
Jesse Goodiich 
Gideon Merrick 
S Belden, jr. 
Klipha'et Ripley 
Eli * »ison 
Levi PtaU 
Justus Thomas 
David BiothweU 
John Fox 



GRAND LEVY. 



Amount of the List of the several towns of the Stute 
Connecticut, Oct. 1823. 



Hartforb, 

Berlin 

Bristol 

Burlington 

Canton 

East Hartford 

East-Windsor 

Enfield 

Farmington 

G last en bury 

Gran by 

Hart land 

Marlborough 

Simsbury 

Southington 

Nuffield 



157.070 Dolh, 
42,7*% 
1 8.023 
15,380 
10,018 
49,01/- 
58,740 
31,476 
54,887 
48,643 
86,811 
13,413 
*M67 
27,371 
30,?26 



Wetherafcild 44,494 

Windsor 47,4 1 4 

New-Havs^ 107,572 

Branford 35.952 

Cheshire 37,525 

Derby 23,527 

East- Haven 14,642 

Guilford 49,250 

Haradea 24,3l9 

Meriden 20,433 

Milford . ^9,743 

Middlebury 11,960 

North-Have^ 19,23i 

Oxford 25,267 

Orange 21,451 

Southbury 27,815 

Wallingford 33,995 

Waterbury 31,795 

Woodbridge 30,343 

Woleott 10,000 

New-London 45,375 

Norwich 62.328 

Bozrah 13,440 

Colchester 33,299 

Franklin lM80 

Griswold S».770 

Groton 49,891 

Lisbon 18,235 



Lyme 



38,739 



Mont\:i!e 24,l6S 

N. Stonirgtora 27,037 

Preston 2 1,947 

Salem » 3 ^87 

Stonington 33, H~ 

Waterford 20,463 

Fairfield 69,686 

Daubury 49,1 50 

Brook field 1§,243 

Bridgeport 25,134 



8? 



fiarien 
Greenwich 



Huntington ^£2 

New-Canaan *•»*« 

Ncw-Fairfield ^,083 

Newtown l,tl7 

Norwalk *■•"* 

Redding 2?' 6, x 

Ridgenlld ».|1* 

fcherman rMli 

Stamford ]*^t8 

Stratford * 2 ' 692 

Trumbull Sl > 8 ° 3 

Weston *'' 958 

Wilton 2?»^ 8 

Brooklyn 24,200 

Ashford V' 371 

Canterbury «»1»915 

Chaplin 2 V 95 

Columbia 9 »* 8 * 

Hampton 51,085 

Killing JJ.W59 

Lebanon 28,560 

Mansfield 39 > 6 ^ 

Pomfret <2 3,499 

Plainfield f' 955 

Sterling *S,4"4 

Thompson J '£74 

Windham *»» 

Woodstock J?' 59 * 

. 35,237 

L.ITCHFIKID 



Barkhamsted ft*! 

Bethlem JJ»J*I 

Colebrook £.£* 

Cornwall 1^?° 

Goshen 21,839 

Harwmtor. ?*> 25 * 

Kelt 22 > 3 39 

*7,8S« 



88 

Ne*-Hartford 20,484 

New-Milford 60,82* 

Norfolk 22,481 

Plymouth 23,652 

R»xburv 14,25S 

Salisburj- 32,186 

Sharon 34,664 

Torringion 22,556 

Warren 1 2,876 

Washington 24,899 

Watertown 25,847 

Winchester. 22,810 

Woodbury 30,441 

MlBDLETOWN 87,093 

Chatham 37,375 

Durham 18,514 

Haddam 22,282 

East Haddara 36 740 

Killingworth 28,406 

Saybrook 54,957 

Tolla»d 19,960 

Bolton 10 278 

Coventry 28,39® 

Ellington 28,157 

Hebron 29,449 

Somers §0,143 

Stafford 22,640 
Union • 9,1 56 

Vernon 14,664 

Willirigton 12,267 



89 
TURNPIKE ROADS. 



Names of Turnpike Roads and Commissione rs. 

.Ztotfon— David Keyes, Calvin Whitney 

Hridgeport &? jYeivtoivn 

Noidi A. Lacy, Abel Ueers 

Canaan & Salisbury 

Benajah Douglass, Jeremiah Hosford 

Chatham & Marlborough 

Timothy Wood bridge, Far well Coit 

Cheshire— Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Pond 

Chester & Worth KM-ngiutrth 

Hezekiah Caofield, Joahua L'rlommedieei 

Colchester & Chaihim 

Abner Hendt-e, Ralph Smith 

Colchester & Norwich 

Timothy Woodbridge, Levi tt'aldo 

Columbia— Timothy Kiugsley, David Norton 

Connecticut — Simeon H Miner, Jeremiah fcturges 

Connecticut & Rhode- Island 

Luther Warren, Vine Robinson 

Corn-wall & Warren 
Joshua L«)vell, Samuel Roberts 

Corn-watt & Washiu&ton 

Josiah Pinney, William Kennett 

Danbury & Ridgefield 

Samuel H. Phillips, Stephen Hoyt 

Durham & EastGuiljord 

Joahua Stow, Hezekiah Rice 

East Haddam & Colchester 

Benjamin Coit, John DeWitt 

East Hartford & ToVand 

Eliphalet Young, Lemuel White 

Essex— Abiel A. Loonais, Samuel Ingham 

Farmington River -Lent Benham, Arah Phe'ps 

Fairfield-, Redding & Weston 

Phineas Taylor, John Hull 



90 

Gothen & Sharon 

Samuel Roberts, Joshua Lovell 

&raribg— Jefferv O. Phelps, James Goodwin 

Green woo Ja— -Gideon Hall, Grove Pinney 

Groton & Stonington 

Charles Bulkley, John P. Trott 

Haddam & Durham 

Joshua Stow, John Swathel 

Hartford & A"ew'Hai>en 

Charles H. Pond, Luther Beekley 

Hartford & JSew-London 

James Mitchell, Christopher Manwaring 

Hartford, Tolland, Windham and J\ew- London Counties 

Daniel Hutchinson, Zelotes Long 

Hartford & '1 olland 

Lemuel White, Eliphalet Young 

Hartland— Aaron Austin, Horace Higley 

Hebron and Middle- Haddam 

David Norton, Ralph Smith 

Ifousatonic— Charles H. Pond, Noyes Darling 

Killing-worth and Haddam 

Jedediah Harris, Jared Elliott 

Canaan and Litchfield 

Benajah Douglass, Michael P. Mills 

Litchfield ££ Cornwall 

Samuel Seymour, John Phelps 

Litchfield and JJarwinton 

Calvin Butler, Stephen Deming 

Litchfield and JYew Milford 

John Phelps, Warren R. Fowler 

Midale — Aaron Hitchcock, Nathan Presto* 

Middlesex— Joshua Stow, Ephraim Bound 

Jlliddletown and Berlin 

Joshua Mow, Ephraim Bound 

Middle town and Durham 
Charles H. Pond, Joshua -Stew 

Middletown & Meriden 

Hezekiah Rice, Joshua Stow. 

Mohegan— -Geo. Williams, Chr. Manwaring 






m 

J\ r evt-11a\en and Derby 

Charles H. Pond, No) es Darling 

Aetv Haven and Mil ford 

Charles H. Pond, Ldwin E. Lewis 

JVew Landoii and Lyme 

James Milchvll, Christopher Griffing 

JVew-London and Windham Counties 

Alexander Stewart, jr. \S illiam Turner 

JVeiv Milford aud Sherman 

Daniel A. Picket, Israel Camp 

TZeio- Preston 
Warren R Fowler. John Phelps 

Norxvalk and Danbury 

Za'.fiion Wildinan. Joseph Darling 

NorwicA and Woodstock 

Vine Robinson, Levi Johnson 

Oxford 

Gideon Judson, Charles H. Pond 

Pettipaug aud Gui'ford 

Samuel Ingham, Abiel A. Loomis 

Rimmon Falls—John Moseity, Charles H. Pond 

Sharon and Cormuall 

Oliver Kellogg, David Gay 

Stafford Mineral Springs 

Lemuel White, E1iphaiel*Young 

Still River 

Aaron Austin, Michael F. Mills 

Southington & Waterbury 

John Kingsbury, Sylvester Norton 

Straits— Charles H. Pond, Morris Woodruff 

Talcott Mountain 

Noah Phelps, Elisha Case 

Thompson — Jesse Ormsby, Darius Dwigh't 

Tolland County 

Eliphalet Young, Hiram Rider 

Torrington 

Samuel Woodward, Samuel Seymoar 

% Washington 

Daniel Bacon, WiJliam Drakley 



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Windham and Goventry 
John Baldwin, Elijah Wright 
Windham and Mansfield 
Henry W e bb, John Baldwin 
Woodstock and Somere 
Hezekiah Nye, (biddings Hyde 
Woodstock and Thompson 
Jason Woodward, Theophilus, B Chandler- 
Thompson— J else Ormsby, Luther Warrea 
Cheshire 
Lemuel Whitman, Cha3. H. Pon# 
Waterbury River 
John Coe, jr. John Buckingham 
East Middle 
Cabin Butler, Beta Blakeslee 
West Middle 
Jesse Miner, Nehemiah C. Sanford 
New-Milfordand Woodbury 
. Elijah Bennett, Daniel A Pickett. 
Union Company 
John Caldwell, John Hempstead and Lemuel White 



BRIDGES. 

Norwich and Preston Bridge 

Charles Rockwell, Elias Brown, Jonathan Brewster 

Bridgeport Bridge 

Robert Fairchild, John Hull, Saral. C. Blackman 

Mystic Bridge 

Roswell Fish, Jesse D. Noyes 

Tomlin%on Bridge 

Charles Pond, Rufus Hitchcock, Noyes Darling 

Dragon Bridge 

Samuel Wadsworth, Giles Mansfield 

Washington Bridge 

Charles H Pond, Robert Fairchild 

Leaven-worth's Bridge 

John Humphreys, jr. William Hinman 



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Zoar Bridge 
Amos Johnson, Samuel C. Blackmail 

Bennett's Bridge 

Shadrath Osbom, William Eflmond 

ffawley's Bridge 

Wait 5. Northrop, Zirr Nearing 

KeiuMilford 1 oil Bridge 
Woraer BoaMJman, Isaac aacfortl 

Fu Pa Falls Bridge 
Homer Boa <ln»an, Isaac Sanford 

Fuller's Bridge 
Homer Bear 4 man, Isaac Sanford 

Pratt's Bridge 

Homer Bourdm^n, Isaac «Sanford 

Hartford Bridge 

John Hempstead, Lemuel White, James Goodwin 

Niunlic Bridge 

Isaac Thompson, Lco'owick Fosdick 

FERRIES. 

TSe-w-Lcndon Ferry 

James Mitchell, burnuel Tbany 

Derby Ferry, fat Narrows J 

Gharles H. Pond, N r oycs Daring 

Gale's Fer-.y 

Raph Hurlhnt, fcl sha M. Comstock 

Chopman's Ferry 

Benjamin Huid, (hever» Brainard 

Brockivcy y s Ferry 

Joshu? L'Hcmmtd'.'. u, Utzekiah Canfield 

Warner's Ferry 

Samuel B. Mather, Pt*ev Comstock 

Piqganum Feny 
Benjam»n Hiu ', Cheve-,6 Brainard 

Midd'.e Haddam Ferry 
Benjamin Hard, Che vers Hrainard 



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Cuttick Ely's Ferry 

Samuel B. Mather, Peter Comsteck 

Rocky- Hill Ferry 

*Samuel Wells, Levi Lusk 

Pratt's Ferry — Samuel Wells, Levi Lusk 

Keeney's Ferry 

•Samuel Wells, Levi Lusk 

Kings Ferry —Izbez Collins, Samuel Norris 

East-Windsor Ferry fat mouth oj ScantickJ 

Ebenezer F Bissel, Jonathan Pasco 

East- Windsor Ferry fat Warehouse Point J 

Ebenezer F. Bissel, Jonathan Pasco 

Enfield i$ Sujfield Ferry 

Jabez Collins, Samuel Norris 

gaybrook— Simeon Smith, James Mitchell, Noyes Barber 

Baddam Island Ferry 

Benjamin Hurd, Cbevers Brainard 

East-Haddatn Ferry 
Benjamin Uurd, Chevers Brainard. 



IN CONNECTICUT. 



^George Gillet, esq, Hebron (Tolland County) Sup* 
veyor General. 

Deputy Surveyors. 

County of Hartford- Daniel St. John, of Hartford. 
County of Ne7v-Huve?i—Noye3 Darling, of WoodbHdg®. 
County of Vew London-" Moses Warren, of Lyme* 
County of Fairfield —Joseph M. White, of Danbury. 
County of Wmdham -Lemuel Ingills, of Pomfret. 
County of Litchfield — Wm M. Burrall, of Canaan. 
bounty of Middlesex —Dan Lane, of Kiilingworth* 



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Missionary Society 

of Connecticut 

(Incorporated October, 1812.) 

The General Association is the Missionary Society of 
Connecticut. 



Officers of the Society for the year commencing 
the first Wednesday of Aug. 1323, 

TRUSTEES. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, John Caldwell, Enoch Perkin3, 
Samuel Pitkin, Thomas Hubbard, Wm. W. Ellsworth, 
.esquires, Rev. Nathan Perkins, d d. Abel Flint, Calvin 
Chapin, d D. Moses C. Welch, d d. Samuel Goodrich, 
Jlenry A. Rowland. 

Andrew Kingsbury, esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Samuel Whittlesey, Auditor. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Chairman. 

Rev. Abel Fiint, d d. Secretary of the Board of Trustees* 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, ) 

Enoch Perkins, esq. \ Committee of Account*? 

W,W. Elisworth,esq. S 



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Hon. Jonathan Brace, 
En«ch PerHn9, esq. 
Rev. Nathan Perkins, d D. 

Samuel Nott, 

Mobes C. Welch, d b. 

Abel Flint, D d. 

Calvm Chapin, d d. 



> Committee of Missions. 



The Domestic Missionary Society, of 
Connecticut and vicinity. 

DIRECTORS. 

Timothy Dwight, Timothy Stil'man, Matthew Margin, 
Richard Hubbard, John Mall ; Rev. Messrs. Joel Kawes, 
Caleb J. Tenney, Samuel Merw'n, Aaron Button, Abel 
JtfcEwen, Isaac Lewis, jr. William Andrews, Darnel Dow, 
Joseph Rarvey, Lyman Beether, » d. Aaron Hovey,Wm. 
L. Strong, Zephaniah Swift. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, Secretary. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Treasurer. 

Roger &. Skinner, Auditor. 

Next meeting of the Directors to be at New- Haven, 
the day preceding the public Commencement oi Yale- 
College, t 

The Constitution of the Society provides, that there be 
twenty-two directors ; seven lawmen, and hiteen clergy* 
men, including the professor ot divinity in Yale College? 
and the Secretary, Treasurer, and Auditcr of the SccietJ, 
who shall, ex officio, be d ; rectors ; and tme cler cal direO 
ttr, at least, to be chosen from each district Association. 



97 

Hartford County Missionary Society. 

Exclusively Auxiliary to the American Board of 
Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 
Thomas Day, esq. President, 
Vice-Presidents.— Rer. Messrs. Abel Flint, d d. Calvin 
Chapin, d D.Thomas Robbins, Joy H Fairchild. 

DIRECTORS. 

William W. Ellsworth, Charles Sherman, Tracy Peck, 
Appleton Robbms/Timotby Stillman, David Skinner, Hen- 
ry Hudson, Luther Pierce, Martin Ellsworth, Elihn V?ol- 
eott, A. M Collins, Barzillai Hudson, Charles Hosmer, 
Moses Goodman, jr. William L. Cowles, esquires; Rev. 
Messrs. Allen M' Lean, Jeremiah Hallock, Jeel Hawes, tiela 
Kellogg, David L Ogden. 



Jieu^&on&oii founts 2friWe 
^octetn, 

Hon. Elias Perkins, President. 
Vice-Presidents. — Hon. Henry Champion, Rev Lev 1 
Nelson, William Woodbridge, esq Rev. Abel McEwen, 
f*en. David Deming, Rev. Samuel Nott, Hon. Matthew 
Griswold, Nath'l Sbipman, esq Rev. Alfred Mitchell, 
Kirkby Dalrympl©. 

Rickard Adams, esq. Treasurer. 
Robert Coit, Secretary. 



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Directors— Isaac Thompson, Peter Richards, Edward 
learned, Benjamin Brown, Jon&than Starr, jr. Wm. P. 
Cleaveland, Ebenezer Learned, Thos.W.WiMiapis, Nath'K 
S Perkius, Joseph Perkins, Dwight Uipley, Wm. Will- 
iams, jr Charles Lathrop, Samuel Tyler, Henry Perkins, 
Thomas K Wi|s©n, Daniel Huntington, Barna Huntingdon, 
John O. Miner, Ira Hart, Abisha Alden, Erastus Smith, 
Thaddeus Brooks, Henry Strong, ftrastus Huntington, 
Wm. Cleaveland, Wm. G. Oilman, J. G. W. Trumbull, 
Jesse Lathrop, Stephen Meech, Joel Hyde, Daniel M. j 
Caulkins, Nathaniel Mataon, John Smith, Kev. Ebenezer 
Loomis, David G. Otis, David L. Dodge, Russel Hubbard, 
Joshua Barstow* Charles Perkins.^ 



Foreign Mission School, 

IN CORNWALL. 



Instituted and located in 1815-^-t© instruct Fo- 
reign youths, of Heathen Nations, in Literature, 
the Useful Arts and Sciences, and the Principles 

of Christianity. 

/ 

- It is under the controal of the American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions ; but the prudential con- 
cerns of the institution, are committed to a board of agents. 

Board of Jlgents, 

Hon John Cotton Smith, llb. Hon Benjamin Tall* 
madge, Philo Swifts esq. Gen. Daniel B. Brirjsmade ; Rev. 
Messrs. Calviu Chapin, d d Lyraan Reecl'ir, d d. David 
L. Perry, Timothy Stone, Charles Prenuce, Joseph Har« 
vey, Charles A. Yardman. 



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Officers of the Jlgcncy, 

Rev Calvin Ciiapin, d n. President. 

Rev. Joseph Harvey, Secretary. 

Rev. Timothy -Stone, Superintendent of Donation*. 

Deacon Lorra'm Loomis, Steward and Accountant. 

Officers of the School. 

Rev. Herman Daggett, Principal. 

John M. Prentice, Assistant. 

Number of .Scholars, October, 1823 — thirty-six, from se- 
venteen different nations 

Examinations — Tuesday before the third Wednesday in 
May, and first Tuesday in September. Exhibitions, the 
day following (he spring examinations. Spring Vacation, 
four weeks from the exhibition. Fall, five weeks from ex- 
amination. 



Board of Trustees for Washington 
College. 

Rt Rev. Thomas' C, Browne!!, Rev. Messrs. Harry Cros- 
we!!, Birdsey G. Noble, Samuel Merwin, Nalhaniel b. 
VI heatort, FJieha Cushman ; David Watkinson, Thnmas 
H'Donough,Charles Sigourney, Samuel VV. Johnson, Rich- 
ard -^dams, Bbenezer Young, Jonathan Starr, jr. Nathan 
Smith, J ;hn T. Peters, Ysa Chapman, Blias Perkins, es- 
quires. 



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American Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions. 



At the fourteenth annual meeting; of the American Board 
of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, held at the Court- 
house in the city of Boston, 17th and 18th, Sept. 1823, the 
following officers of the Board were chosen : 

Rev. Joseph Lyman, d d. President. 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, ll. d. Vice President* 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 

Hon. William Reed, Rev. Leonard Woods, d d- Jere- 
miah Everts, esq. Hon. -Samuel Hubbard, Rev. Warren 
Fay. 

Jeremiah Everts, esq Corresponditig Secretary, 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, d d. Recording Secretary. 

Henry Hill, esq Treasurer. 

Chester Adams, esq. Auditor. 

CONNECTICUT 

OFFICERS 

Of the Medical Society of Connecticut, chosen at 
the Annual Convention, held at Hartford, on 
the 14th and 15th of May, A.D. 1823. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. President, 

Eli Fod-t, m. d. Vice President. 

John S. Peters, m d. 1'ieasurer. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Secretary, 



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Fellows from the several Counties. 

Hartford Comity — Mason P. Cogswell, m. d John Bet- 
tor, m.d. Josiah M. Ward, Wra. Tu11j,m.d. Norman Ly- 
man. 

Litchfield County— William Duel, m.d. Warren R. 
Fowler, m d. Koswell Abernethy, Conant Callin, Horatio 
Giidley 

Fairfield County — Gideon Neardsley, Nathan Tisdalei 
11. p. Cyreneui. H. Booth, Lloyd Seeley, Elijah Middle- 
brook, m. d. 

Tolland County— Nathan Howard, m.d. John Grant, 
Horatio Dow. 

JSeiv-Haven County— Eli Tves, m. d. Jonathan Knight, 
M. d Joseph Foot, m d. Timothy P. Beers, Isaac Jen* 
nings 

Windham County— J osiah Fuller, Elijah Baldwin, Wal- 
do Hutchins, Luther Manning-, Chester Hunt. 

JVera- London County — Archibald Mercer, Dyer T. 
Br&inard, William P. Eaton, m. d. Sylvester Wooster, 
John D. Smith. 

Middlesex County — Thomas Miner, m. d. Samuel Car- 
ter, Andrew F. Warner. 

Clerks of the several Counties. 

Hartford— Geo %t Sumner. 
JVerv- Haven — Charles 'tiookar. 
JLitchfield— Hoiatio GVulley. 
J\"eiv London — William P Eaton, 
Fairfield - El i jah Midd lebrook. 
Windham — Waldo Hutcliins 
Middlesex— Andrew F. Warner. 
Tolland— E'eazar Hunt. 

Committee of Examination . 
J)i*. Eli Todd, Thomas Miner, Warren 11, Fowler. 



res 

Drs. William Tally, K»i Ives, William P. Raton, Eiijaf> 
Middiebrook. Thomas Hubbard, William Buel, .Samuel 
Carter and Nathan Howard, Committee to nominate to the 
Convention, those persons whom thej shall deem worthy 
of the degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

Drs. Jo si ah Fuller, Andrew F. Warner, and Nathara 
Howard, Committee to recommend proper persons to fill 
the vacancies in the returns of Gratuitous Students. 

Drs Geo. Sumner, Joseph Palmer, jr. James G. PeicivaU 
&nd Wiiiiam P. F>aton,were appointed to read dissertations 
before the next Convention. 



M9M&8 in Connecticut* 



HARTFORD BANK. 



er- 



Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 
Horace Burr, Cashier. 
Dhectors.—- Nathaniel Terry, Chauncey Derning, Da 
Watkinson, James H. Wells, James Ward, Eliphalet IVi- 
ty, Hemy Hudson, Gad Cowles, Wm. H\ Ellsworth, Na- 
than Morgan, Amos M. Collins, Harman Hendricks 
and Henry Seymour, on the part of the State — Henry W. 
Ellswouh, esq. Attorney for the Bank. 

Annual Meeting of the Stockholders* 2d Thursday of 
June. 

Discount Days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. — ■ f 
Notes for discount to be lodged before 12 o'clock, on those 
da vs. 

Capital stock, gl,299,700. 

PHOENIX BANK. 

Pri7icipal Bank at Hartford. 



Charles Sigourney, esq. President 
George Beach, Cashier. 



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Directors— Charles Sigourney, John T. Peters, Daniel 
Buck, Eliphalet Avei ill, Jesse Savage, Samuel Tudor, John 
Huss, Charles Seymour, David Potter, William Ely, Reu- 
ben Langdon.— Walter Mitchell, esq. Attorney tor the 



Bank 



Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Notes for discount tn he lodged before 12 o'clock. 
Capital Stock, jg! ,160,000. 

BRANCH BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 



fcenjamin Talmadge, esq. President. 

Austin Kilbourn, Cashier. 

Directors — Benjamin Talmadge, Jabez W.Huntington, 

William Buell, David S. Boardman, Erastus Lyman, James 

Gould, Charles L. Webb.— Seth P. Beers, Attorney for 

the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Notes to he lodged before 12 o'clock. 



HARTFORD SAVING SOCIETY. 



Daniel Wadsworth, esq. President. 
Vice-Presidents. — Ward Woodbridge, James H. Wells, 
Michael Olcott, John T. Peters, David Porter, Michaet 
Bull, Charles Sigourney, John Russ, Isaac Perkins, David 
Watkinson, William Ely, C. Nichols. 

Trustees. — Mason F. Cogswell, Henry Hudson, Samuel 
Tudor, jr. Russel Bunce, James B. Hosmer, Charles Hos- 
rcer, Thomas Day, George Goodwin, jr. Lorenzo Bull, 
James R. Woodbridge, James M. Goodwin, Joseph B. 
©ilbert, John Butler, Henry Kilbourn, Christopher Colt, 
Barzillai Hudson, jr. Horace Burr, Geo. Beach, Normand. 
Smith, Thomas K. Brace, Jesse Savage, Henry Waterman^ 
Stephen Spencer, Daniel P. Hopkins. 

James M. Goad win, Secretary. 
Elisha Colt, Treasurer. 
The office of the Saving Society is open at the, duelling- 



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house of the treasurer, church-street, eyery Wednesday, 
from 2 to 5 o'clock, P. M. 



UNION BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

George Hal lam, esq. President. 
Robert Hallam, Cashier. 

Directors.— George Hallam, JonathaB Starr, Daniel La- 
throp, Joseph Perkins, John Hallam, Jirah Isham, Robert 
Coit, Peter Kichards, William Williams, jr. Ezra Chappell, 
Jonathan Marr, jr. John O. Miner, William P. Cieaveland. 
Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday in June 
Days of Discrunt, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M and from 2 to 4 o'clock* 
P. M. 

Capital Stock, gl00,080. 



NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Eiisha Denison, esq President 
Anthony Thatcher, Cashier 
Directors— Eiisha Denison, Edward Chappell, Isaae 
Thompson, Jacob B. Gurley, Wm. P. Cieaveland, Thos. 
W. Williams, Abraham Shepard, Noyes Barber, Charles 
Griswold. 
Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Tuesday of J uly. 
Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours or, 
business, from 10 to VZ o'clock, A, M. and from 2 to 4 
P.M. 

Capital Stock, g 129,625. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, esq. f resident 
Eiisha Perkins, Cashier 
Director?;^. J abez Huntington, Zachariah Huntingtoa, 
©harles P. Huntington, Benjamin Coit, Jonathan G, W. 



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Trumbull, Joseph Williams, Nathaniel .Shipman, Josepk 
Huntington, Jacob VV. Kinney, Asa Fitch, George L Per- 
kins, lames Treat. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, third Monday of June. 

Days of Dscount. Tuesdays and Fridays Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 o'clock, A. M. ?»nd from 2 to 4, P, M. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



NEW-HAVEN BANK, 

JEneas Munson, jr. esq President 
H. K. Pynchon, Cashier 
Directors. — JEneas Munson, jr. Simeon Baldwin, Henry 
Denison, Abraham Bradley, jr. Charles */?twater t Isaae 
Townsend, Dyer While, Wm. Lemngwell, Titus Street- 
Annual Meeting of Stockholders, first Thursday of July, 
Days of discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of busi- 
ness from 10 o'clock, A. M. to 3 o'clock, P.M. 
Capital Stock, $335,0'jO. 



EAGLE BANK NEW HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. President 
William S. Rositer, Cashier 

Directors. — George Hoadley, Jehiel Forbes, William 
McCrackan, Abraham Bishop, Norman Dexter, James 
Hillhouse,Eli Whitney, James Goodrich, Ualph I.lngersolL 

Annual Meeting of Stockholders, the third Tuesday in 
July. 

Days of Discount, Tuesdays and Thursdays- Hours of 
business, from 10 o'clock, A. M. to 3 o'clock, P. M. 
Capital .Stock, §56l,lCO. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, esq President 
Thomas Hubbard, Cashier 



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Directors.— Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Kubbard, John 
Xl. Watkin&on, Joseph W. Alsop, Samuel Gill, Juseph 
Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, Wm. L Storrs, James K. 
Child, Jesse Hurd, Joseph Hill. 

Capital Stock, §394,000. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE UNIT- 
ED STATES' BANK, 

{Located at Middletown.) 

Enoch Parsons, esq. President 
J' shua P Burnhara, Cashier 
Directors. — Enoch Parsons, .Samuel Mather, S. Titu« 
Hosmer, Henry Carringlon, Henry L« Dekoven, Minor 
Hotchkiss, Talcott Wolcott, Daniel Rand, Jeremiah 
B«own,Elisha Phelps, Seth P. Staples, Obadiah Hotchkiss f 
Caleb Brintnell. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

John S. Cannon, esq President. 
George Hayt, Cashier. 
Directors — John S. Cannon, Isaac Bronson, Ebenezer 
Jesup, Jesup Wakeman, Salmon Hubbei, David Minot, 
Thaddeus Hubbell, Isaac Burroughs, Sylvanns Sterling. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders,, first Wednesday cf 
July. 

Capital Stock, §100,000. 



STON1NGTON BANK. 



William Randall, esq. President 
Francis Amy, Cashier 
Directors. — William Randall, Giles R. llailam, William 
Williams, Ephraim Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, William 
Lord, Peleg Denison, John W. Hull, Cyrus Williams, 
Mussel V\ heeler, Erastus T. Smith, Joseph D. Mason, Jes- 
se D. Noj es. 



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biscount days, Wednesdays, at ( l o'clock, P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday iri September. 
Capital Stock, ^t 8,650. 



MASONIC. 

WASHINGTON ENCAMPMENT 

Of Knights Templars, held at JV. London and Colchester. 

In July, 1796, three Knights Templars, hailing from 
three different commanderict, formed an encampment at 
Colchester, when the order of knighthood was confered 
on six K. A. Masons In June, 1801, a charter was ob- 
tained from London,and an Encampment held in Ncw-Lon- 
don, when the Society was regularly organized.-— Jil a 
rendezvous of the Encampment at Colchester, in April, 
1*19, it wa9 newly organized, under the direction of the 
Sir Knights present, with the assistance of the Sir Knights 
Thomas Webb, and Henry Fowle Ai which time they 
passed a resolution to relinquish the charter under which 
they had acted, to acknowledge the jurisdiction of the Gen. 
Grand Encampment of the United States, and to apply to 
that body for anew charier, under the title of the Wa- 
shington Encampment of Knights Templars. — Applica- 
tion was accordingly made, and a charter obtained. The 
Society has since rapidly increased, and now ranks among 
the most respectable in the United Slates. 

The three principal officers are authorised to call speciaJ 
| meetings at Hartford, N. Haven, N.London or Colchester 

OFFICERS 

Most Em. Eiizur Goodrich, jr. G. Commander 

Eminent John S. Peters, Generalissimo 

Eminent Guy Bigelow, Captain-General 

Sir Andrew Harris, Prelate 

Sir Asa Bigelow, Treasurer 

Sir David Demir g, Recorder 

§ir John French, Senior Warden 



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Sir Thomas T. Wells, Junior Warden 
Sir Leonard Hendee, Standard Bearer 
Sir Charles Ho^mer, Warder 
Sir Charles Butler, G. Sword Bearer 
Sir , Sentinel 



Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons 
in Connecticut. 



M. E. Laban Smith, G H. P. 
E. Elizur Goodrich, D.G H.P. 
E. Thomas Hubbard, G K. 
E. William H. Jones, G.S. 
E. Frederick Lee, G.T. 
E. John Mix, G. Secretary. 
Rev. Comp. Benjamin M. Hiel, G C. \ 

Comp Jeremy L Cross, G.M. ( Appointed by 
Comp. William G Betts, G.S. / G. H. P. 
Comp. Darius Higgins, G.T, 7 
Comp. Jeremy L. Cross, Grand Lecturer on the 
West side of Connecticut liver ; and Comp. Andrew Har- 
ris do. on the East side of said river ;— - appointed by 
G. H P. 



Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 

M. W. Ralph I Ir gersolL G. M. 
R. W. Elizur Goodrich, jr D G. M. 

W. Daniel B. Brinsmade, S.G.W. 

W. Thomas K. Brace, J.G.W. 

W. Laban Smith, G.T. 

W. Wm. H. Jones, G Sec 

W. Nathan Johnson, G.J. D. 

W. James Car; ington, G.S.D. 

W. Jeremy L. Cross, G. L. 

W. and Rev. Menzies Rayner, G G< 

W Dai his Higgins, G.Ty. 



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COUNCILS 

Under the jurisdiction of the Grand Council of St* 
led Masters in the State of Connecticut, 

No. 1, Wolcott, Hartford 

2, Montgomery, Ashford 

3, Franklin, Norwalk 

4, Cashing, New-London 
9 Watrous, Colchester 

6, Washington, Stamford 

7, Cross, Kent 

8, Harmony New Have* 

9, — , Middletown 

10, Olive Branch, Canterbury 
llj — , Newtown 



CHAPTERS. 

The Chapters under the jurisdiction of the Royal 
Arch Chapter, are as follows : — 
Hiram Chapter, No. 1, Newtown 
Franklin Chapter, No. 2, New-Haven 
Solomon Chapter, No. 3, Derby 
Franklin Chapter, No. 4, Norwich 
Vanderbrook Chapter, No. 5, Colchester 
Washington Chapter, No 6, Middletown 
Union Chapter, No. 7, New-London 
Lynch Chapter, No. 8, Itedding and WestOB 
Trinity Chapter, No, 9, Windham 
Fidelity Chapter, No. 10, Woodbury 
Ritte, mouse Chapter, No 11, Stamford 
Wa ren Chapter, No. 12, Pomfret 
Jerusalem Chapter No. 13, Stratford 
Hamilton Chapter, No. 14, Kent 
Meriden Chapter, No. 15, Canaan 
Darius Chapter, No. 16, Litchfield 
Pythagoras Chapter, No. 17, Hartfor4> 



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Master Lodges in Connecticut. 



No* 1, Hiram, N. Haven. 

2. St. John's, Middletown. 

3. St. John's, Bridgeport. 

4. St. John's, Hartford. 

5. Union, Stamford. 

6. St. John's, Norwalk. 

7. K. Solomon's, Woodbury 
8.. St. John'3, Stratford 
9. Compass, Wallingford 

10. Wooster, Colchester 

11. St. PauPs, Litchfield 

12. King H ram, Derby 

13. Montgomery, Salisbury 

14. Frederick, Farmington 

15. Moriah, Canterbury 
16'. Temple, Cheshire 

17. Federal, Watertown 

18. Hiram, Newtovv r n 

19. Washington, Huntington 

20. Harmony, Berlin 

21. St. Peter's, New-Milford 

22. Hart's, Woodbridge 

23. St. James, Preston 

24. Uriel, Mansfield. 

25. Columbia, Glastenbury 

26. Columbia, East- Haddam 

27. Rising Star, Washington 

28. Morning Star, E.Windsor 

29. Village, Canton 

30. Day Spring, Hamden 

31. Union, N.London 

32. Meridian Sun, Warren 

33. Friendship, Southington 



34. Somerset, Norwich 

35. Aurora, Harwinton 

36. St. Mark's, Granby 

37. Western Star, Norfolk 

38. St. Alban's, Guilford. 

39. Ark, Weston 

40. Union, D anbury 

41. Federal, Brookfield 

42. Harmonv, Waterbury 

43. Trinity. K 11 ngworth 

44. Eastern Star, Lebanon & 

Windham 

45. Pythagoras, Lyme 

46. Putnam, Pomfret 

47. Morning Star, Oxford 

48. St. Luke, Kent 

-19. Jerusalem, Ridgeftcld 

50. Warren, Andover 

51. Warren, Chatham 

52. Mount Olive, Saybrook 

53. Widow's Son, North-. 
Stonington 

54. Hamilton, Sharon 
55- Seneca, Torrington 

56. Franklin. Bristol 

57. Asylum, Stonington 

58. Northern Star,Barkham- 

sted 
■9. Apollo, c.iHlild 
60. Wolcott, Stafford 
61. Olive Branch, Goshen 
62. Orient, E. Hartford 



141 
NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Hartford — Enoch Perkins, Hezekiah Huntington, Wai- 
ter Mitchell, John M. GanneU, Joseph Trumbull, Isaa© 
Perkins, Henry L. Ellsworth. Nathan Johnson. 
Granby — Samuel Wood run". 

New Haven- QWzur Goodrich, Dyer White, U I. In- 
gersoll, Leonard A., ©aggett, Lucius Atwater, Charles A. 
Ingersoll 

Cheshire— Burrage Beach. 

Derby— John Humphreys, jr. John L. Tomlinson. 
Gui fjord — Wm. Todd. 

Weiv-Lon don— Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, Wm. P. 
Brainard, Charles Griswold 

No? -wick- James Lao man, James Stedman, Joseph Wil- 
liams, Henry Strong 

Colchester— Daniel Wacrous. 

Stoning ton — Alexander G. Smith, George Hubbard, 
Eli-as Brown. 

Jsyme— Henry M. Wait. 
Fairfield— Gideon Tomlinson. 
Banbury — Daniel B Cook. 
Stamford— Joseph Wood. 
Stratford- David Plant. 
Bridgeport— Joseph Backus. 
JVorwa'k — Clark Bisse!. 
Windham — Samuel Perkins. 
Brooklyn- -John Parish. 
Lebanon — Wm. T. Wiiliam3. 
Woodstock— John M'Ldlan. 
Litchfield- Frederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beers. 
New Mil [ford— David 5. Board man. 
Salisbury— Elisha 'kerling. 
Wood 'bury— John P Marshal. 

Middletown- Matthew T. Russell, George W. Stanley, 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. Wm. Van Deursen, jr. 
Essex -.Samuel Fngham, .Joseph Piatt. 
ffaddam—h\nm Paimeiee, jr. 
Kidiv.g-worth — Abie! A. Loorois. 
Bolton — Daniel Lord, 



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INCORPORATED CITIES. 



HARTFORD. 

Hon. Jonathan Brace, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Thomas Day, I Cyprian Nichols, 

John T. Peters, | Gaius Lyman, esqrs. 

Isaac Spencer, jr. esq. City Clerk. 

Horace VVadsworth, Benjamin Hastings, Sheriffs. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

Elisha Dodd, Auditor of city accounts. 

Common -Council -Men. 
John Wing, Oliver Woodford, Charles Babcock, Josiak 
Beckwith, Jehn Watson, Joseph Pratt, Simeon Griswold 
Caleb Pond, George W. Bolies, Charles Dodd, Chauncey 
Barnard. Daniel Colt. 

City Court held on the first Moaday in each month. 

Annual meeting last Monday in March. ^ 



NEW-HAVEN. 

Hon. George Uoadlky, Mayor, 
Aldermen* 
Henry W. Edwards, I Simeon Baldwin, 

William Moseley, | James Goodrich, esqrs 

Elisha Mnnson, esq. City Clerk. 
Andrew Kidston, esq. Treasurer. 
John Scott, Llihu Munson, Sheriffs. 

Common Council- Men. 
Dennis Kimberly, James English, Natl>aR Peck, Benja- 
min Shermat , Charles Boslwick. Elisha Hull, John Rowe, 
Russell //otchkiss, Rogci S. Skinner, Philip S. Galpin, 
Wm //. Jones, f/ezek:ah //owe. 
^City Coun held on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Annual meeting fit st Tuesday in June, 



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NEW-LONDON. 

Hon. Jeremiah G. Brainard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Lyman Law, I Hon. Christo. Man waring, 

Isaac Thompson, | Chas. Bulkier, esqrs. 

John A. Fulton, esq. Treasurer. 

William F Brainard, esq. Clerk of the City Court. 

Ebenezer Way, esq City Clerk. 

Henry Jepson, Jonathan Brooks, Sheriffs. 

Common- Council-Men. 
John Way, Nathaniel Saltonstall, Charles Butler, John 
A. Fulton, Mephen Holt, John French. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual meeting, second Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 

Hon. Calvin Goddard, Mayor- 
Aldermen. 
John Hyde, | Luther Spa'ding, 

Charles Rockwell, | Joseph Williams, esqrs# 

Hon, James Lanman, City Attorney. 
James Steadman, esq. Treasurer, Clerk, and Clerk of City 
Co*rt« 
Burrell Lathrop, Henry Ward, Sheriffs. 
Thomas Thomas, Joseph Warren, Key-Keepers. 
Common Council-Men 
Joseph W. Tracy, Dwight Kip'ey, John Lathrop, Chas, 
P. Huntington, Joseph C Huntington, Henry Strong. 
City Court held on the second Monday in each month 
Annual meeting, first Monday in June. 
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MIDDLETOWN, 

m — 

Hon. Samuel W. Dana, Mayor. 
Jllclermen. 
John Alsop, I Stephen Rainey, 

Augustas Cook, | Nathan Starr, esqrs. 

John Fisk, City Clerk, Clerk of City Court, and Treasurer* 
George W. Stanley, esq. City Attorney 
Harvey Treadway, Geo Buil, Sheriffs. 
Common- Council- Men. 
Charles Brewer, Edmund Hughes, Joseph Warner, 
Thomas Greenfield, jr. Samuel Spalding, Aaron Pease, 
Wm. Russell, John H Sumner, John B!iss, Horace Clark* 
Charles Dyer, Wm. J. Trench. 
City Court held on the second Tuesday in each month. 
Annual meeting, third Monday in January. 

STONINGTON BOROUGH. 

Samuel F. Denison, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Joseph Smith, Elisha Faxon, Giles R Ha>lam, Gurdora 
Trumbull, Alexander G. &muh. Wm W. Kodmam 
Francis \ my, Treasurer. 
Dav.d C. S.nith, Bailiff. 
Naihan Smith, Clerk. 



BRIDGEPORT BOROUGH. 

Reuben Tweedy, esq Warden. 

Burgesses 

Daniel Burrit, Daniel Sterling, iiobert Gregory, Isaac 

Sherman, Silas L'arney, J siaU B. Baldwin. 

Wm. H. Peet, Treasurer. 

Ep. net us Curtis, baiuff. 

Charles Foote, Clerk, 



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GUILFORD BOROUGH. 

Samuel Elliott, esq. Warden. 

Burgesses. 
Abraham Coan, Ambrose Benton, Edmund Weld, Na- 
thaniel K. Landon, John Hart, Bela Stone. 

Nathaniel II. Landon, Treasurer. 
Charles Kltiott, Bailiff. 
Reuben Stone, Clerk. 



KILLINGWORTH BOROUGH. 

Austin Olcott, esq. Warden. 

Burgesses. 
George Carter, Abial A. L»urnis, Edward Wilcox, John 
Stanton, John Rossitter, Leet Hurd. 

Abial A. Loomis, Treasurer. 
Charles Ji Dowd, Bailiff. 
Alexander Weight, Clerk. 



ESSEX BOROUGH. 

Joseph Hill, esq. Warden. 
Burgesses. 
Samuel M. Hayden, *#masa Hayden, Joseph Platts, Ama- 
ss Pratt, Farnham Pai melee, William Bull. 
Charles U Hayden, Treasurer. 
Felix Sta! key, Bailiff 
Joseph H. Hayden Clerk. 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



HARTFORD 

John Caldwell, e*q. President. 
William W. Ellsworth, e%. ecretaiy. 



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MIDDLZTOWN. 

Joseph W. Alsop, esq President. 

Samuel B. Redfield, esq. Secretary* 

NEW LONDON. 

Elisha Denison, esq. President. 
David Coit, esq. Secretary. 

NEW-HAVEN. 
G. Totten, esq President. John Shipman, esq Secretary, 

OCEAN, NEW-HAVEN. 

Roger .Sherman, esq. President. 
Truraan Woodward, esq Secretary and Treasurer, 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Hartford. 

Nathaniel Terry, esq. President. 

Walter Mitchell, esq. Secretary. 

Directors — Nathaniel Terry, Nathaniel Patten, James. 

H Wells, — — — Edward Waikinson, Roswell 

Bartholomew, Eliphalet Terry, i>eth Terry, Thomas Ches* 

ter. 

J3TNA, HARTFORD. 
Thomas K. Hrace, esq. President, 
i Isaac Perkins, esq. Secretary. 
Directors — Thomas K, Brace, Henry L. Ellsworth, 
Thomas He'den. Samuel Tu«3or, Henry Kilboum, Griffin 
Stedman, Joseph Morgan, Eiisha Dodd, Charles liabcock, 
Christopher Saunders. Isaac Perkins, Jesse Savage, Na- 
than Morgan, Joseph Pratt, George Beach, Joseph B« 
Gilbert, and Thomas S. Williams. 

NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY* 

Cha» les P. Huntington, esq. President. 
Joseph Wilffams, esq. Secretary, 



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NORWICH MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, 
Ebenezer Huntingdon eiq. Treasurer. 

Jose;;' :• ^'ecretwry. 

.. ■■- — ii» 

[ON CO 1P .NY 
For Clearing Bars in Connecticut Tliver* 
■ ahaniel retry, e*q President 



Eiisha Colt, esq. Clerk, and Treasurer. 
k. terry, ) 

L)a\ •"! \ 'kinson, > Oiveclors. 
Eiisha Colt, 3 

•Thos S WmiftHB -> 

Thos K Krace I", sqrs. Auditors of Treas. Jlcc'ts. 

Kz.ekiei Williams, j* 



HARTFORD COUNTY 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 



Timothy Pitkin, President. 

David Porter, 1st Vice President. 

Pliny Hillyer, 2d Vice-President. 

John L. Comstock, Corresponding Secretary. 

Daniel P. Hopkins, Recording Secretary. 

Charles Sheldon, Treasurer. 

Cyprian Nichols, Auditor. 

Samuel S. Stebbins, Chairman of Vi ewing Committee. 

Joel Foote, Chairman of Committee on Produce. 
Horace Cowles, Chairman ©f Committee of Inspection. 

George Cowles, Chairman of Com. of Manufactures. 

Elihu Wolcot', Chairman of Committee on Ploughing. 

liar vey Seymour, Seedsman. 






His Excellency 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain-Genera! and Commander in Chief* 

Col. Jabez W Huntington, > a . , 7 n „ . 
Col. Oliver S. Woleott? \ ^sle-Camp. 

His Honor 

DAVID PLANT, 

Lieu tenant- General 
Major Solomon Porter, ( a ., , ^ . 

Major Samuel H. ttuatmgtwj **** Camp. 

Brigadier General George Cowles, Adjutant-Genera?, 
Colonel Michael Olcott, Q/;arter-MasterGeneral. 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary -General. 
Major Hezekiah Gcddard, Paymaster-General* 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

AT HARTFORD. 

foot. Lynde O'msted, Major-Commandant. 
1st Company. Samuel Gray, 2d, 1st Lieut, and Captain. 
Charles W ells, 2d Lieutenant. 
Horace Hayes, 3d Lieutenant. 
Joel Steei, |r 4th Lieutenant. 
Denison Morgan, Ensign. 

horse. John E. Hart, Major Commandant. 
1s£ Company. Bei>j. J. Boanlmau, 1st Lieut, and Captain 
Stephen P. Keyes, 2d Lieutenant. 
George Church, Co; net. 
Roderick Colton, Quarter-Master. 



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AT NEW-HAVEN. 

foot. Charles H Granniss, Major Commandant. 
2d Company. Wm W. Bnardman, 1st Lieut, and Captain* 
Eli VV Blake, 2d Lieutenant. 
Ehsha Dickerman, j»- Jd Lieutenant. 
Rodney Button, 4th Lieutenant. 
Eli Dickerman, Ensign. 

horse. Henry Muggins, Major-Commandant. 
2fi Company. Win. J. Forbes, 1st Lieut and Captain. 
Joshua Barnes, 2d Lieu<enant. 
William K. Townsend, Cornet: 

INFANTRY. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fii st and second Brigades. 

Martm Kel'ogg, y. Major General. 

Major B.r.ui.i Hurf«on,j Mth . lie Cam p. 

Major Henry Upson, S 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Joseph Wright, Division Inspector. 

Major Josiah /Vtwood, Division Quarter Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth 
regiments, Infantry, and first and fourth regiments Cavalry. 

George Cowles, esq. Brigadier General. 

Samuel Deming, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

James Cowles, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Backus W. Birge, Aid-de-Camp. 



First Regiment. 

Irenus Brown, Colonel. 
Charles S. Phelps, Lieutenant-Colonel. 



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Martin Rockwell, Major. 

Charle9 Munn, Adjutant. Thomas Robbins, Chaplam 
Horace /Sill, Quarter Master. James Sheldon, Paymaster. 
William Everett, Surgeon. Charles Woodward, Surgeon's 
Mate. Josephus Granger, Sergeant Major. DeForest 
Manice, Quarter Master Sergeant. 

Captains— Joseph Combs, Samuel Phelps, Daniel Stough- 
ton, Samuel L Pitkin, Pierpont liollister, Justus Gillett, 
Ansen Bissel, Richard Niles. 

Lieutenants— James Church, Cyrus Bissel, Curtis Skin- 
ner, Daniel VVinslow, C. Bryant, Jonathan Eno, jr. James 
Allen, Vacant. 

Ensigns— Samuel D. Moore, Hezekiah Gaylord, Oliver 
Dart, Vacant, Eli Porter, Bildad Rowley, John Bissel, Va- 
cant. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains — John >Vatson, 3d, William Hayden. 

Lieutenants— Alva Blodget, Charles Barnard. 

Mtisigns— Daniel Stocking, Naihaniel Woodhouse. 
Rifle Companies. 

Captains — O iver Wells, Enoch Powers. 

Lieutenants— Levi Wells* Thomas Roberts. 

Ensigns"^ Lemuel Crane, Richard Shepard. 

Sixth Regiment. 

Edmund Bu kley , < 'olonel. 
Joseph Cam :, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph Williams, Major ' 

Jared £!.Talco»t, Vd»Utant Vacant, Chaplain. Vacant, 
PaymtHie;. Arthu M« Williams, Quarter Master. Ed- 
wa -I S. Cone, ^orgjBon. Giles M Hoardman, Surgeon's 
M^»r. , Pbilip H Selev, Sergeant Major. Sidney Smith, 
Qu^rrei M^ter ^eigeant. Joseph Wilcox, Drum Major. 
— — Pro tit, Fife Major. 

Captains — Ja;»»es Sfandish, Horace Clark, Chauncey 

Turner, Wm. Butler, Joseph Wilcox, Ebenezer G. Hub- 

ba-:d, Asahel HoUister, Chauaoey Shiprnan, Elihu Coe, 

Hint m Hodge, 

Lieutenants-* Elijah Leach, John O. Hayden, Jared 






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Wells, Thomas Danfortb, Wm. Bowers, Spieer Leonard, 
Sylvester Biish, Sttth Siandley, Levi Doe. .Icse LoveLnd. 

Ensigns— Th< mas Relden, Win. Woncfward, (George 
Hale, Walter W. Butkley, Linus Wilto*. k.ik-,!iah John- 
son, Chauiicy Goodaie, Jirab Dickinson, Curtis Coe, How- 
el VV. Brown. 

Flank Company, 

Captain— Samuel Gatpin. 

Lieutenant — Joshua Goodrich. 

Ensign — J OS i ah W Grt«wold. 

Rifle Companies. 

Cap(ains— John C. fr^tt, titisha Atuirus, Edward Lewis, 
Morri- Bailey, Ozia3 damp. 

Lieutenants— James i ibbals, Grove Hollisler, Russel 
PenhV.d, Amos Miiler, Harvey Strong 

Eustqns — Stephen Harding', Joseph House, David Wil-- 
Hams, Kbeaezer i J ost, Phinel.as Parnielee. 

Fourteenth Regiment. 

Isaae Botsford. Colonel 

Joseph Wright, 2d, Lieut, Colonel. 

Chester Grannis,j Major. 

Norman Hart, Adjutant. Jonathan Cone, Chaplain. -^ 
Solomon Cowles, 2d, Quarter.Master. James D. Hurlbut e 
Paymaster. Julius S Barns, Surgeon. Caleb H. Austin, 
Surgeon's Mate Carroll Pettibone, Sergeant- Major.— 
Thomas Brace, Quarter-Master-Serg^ant Leonard Win- 
ship, Drum Major Ebenezer Bevins, Fife -Major. 

Captains.— Joseph Outton jr. Libert Norion, Francis 
Hart, Rollin Atkins, Cromwell Neweil, Solomon S. Fiagg, 
John Woodford, Ira Bronson. 

Lieutenants.— ftdwArd Till iston, Cyprian Goodrich, Nor- 
man Hart, Titus M. Huberts, Levi Upson, Childs Good- 
man, Jesse 6'andford. Ambrose Hart. 

Ensigns. — Bryan Porter, John Lee, jr. Horace Wells, 
Josiah tteed, Amon Sharp, Benjamin Beldea, Romanta 
Woodruff, Alexander Petubone, 



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Flank Companies. 
Captains — Richard Cowies Root Gridlejr. 
Lieutenants— J •hn »J Cook ttenselaer Carters 
Ensigns — Erastus Scott, Lewis Foote. 



Seventeenth Regiment. 

Fzra /darns, jr. Colonel 

Samue' N orris, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Isaa< Pbetps, Major. 

Krasfus Holcomb • <i jo a ■'• ji en McLean, Chaphfrk 
Vacant, Quarter Master. Joseph Comi&h, jr. Payn»aster. 
Jamet. O Pood burgeon. Joseph F. Jewel*, Su geon's 
Mate, tat »orge 6.. Uwm Se.geant Major. Samuel S. 
<Stel?bin , Quartei blaster Serjeant Oren Kendell, Drum 
Major. A~v,\>y Sawders, Fife Major. 

Captains - Or on P. PUtlps, Alfred Sikes, Daniel B. 
Hoi'otnb, Oni! Wilcox, i .auucelot Foot, Noadiah Case, 
Shuhael S. Hoskins, JuluaC, >heh)en, ~4sa Cornish. 

Lieu enanu. Charles F. Hiilyer, Alfred Austin, Hiram 
CimphelL fulius Sprang, Lhauncey Moses, Zenas Dyar, 
Moses Assign, ^/rtemas King, Viigil Pettifoone. 

Ensigns — Viigil C rnish, V\a»en Lewis, George Viets, 
Elam Kendal, Ansel Humphrey, Luther Higby, Samuel 
Holcomb, Horace Phelps, Ohed H'gby. 

Flank Companies. , 

Captains — ^eth Kipg,jr^ G»tt VV. Adams. 
Lieutenants — Isaac Remmington, Rollen Hays. 
Ensigns— W m. Fuller, Chester Hayes. 



First Regiment Cavalry. 

John Collins, Colonel. 
Samuel Belcher, Major. 
Elisha M. Jenks. .Adjutant. 6'hubael Bartlett, Chap- 
lain Alfred Holt. Quaiter Master OliverE. Williams* 
Paymaster. Elisha Kingsbury, Sergeant Major. P. W. 



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/Grant, Quarter Master Sergeant Eliel D. Smith, Surgeon. 
|John CbuMtuck, Surgeon's Mate. Daniel P. Fhtfpa 
JTi mnnit Mjij'm-. 

W Fin? Company —Miles Foot, Captain. Harlow C:*se, 
1st Li :-mt'i! rt John K. Ty tr, l 2d Lieutenant ./fsaliel 
H Vea« iii;, ('or. et 

Second Company. — Horam Fuller, Capt. Horace Wol- 
eott, 1st Lt. Robert I'lionipsou, 2d Lt. Frederick Marsh, 
Cornel 

Third Company — Orren Holt, Capt. John Heath, 1st 
Lt. Lyman Cqtbum, 2d Lt Vacant, Hornet. 

Fourth Company. — Jeremy llliss, Capt. Jonathan Carle? 
1st Lt. Solomon billing*, 2d Lt. Ebenezer Finney, Cop- 
net. 



Fourth Regiment Cavalry. 

Richard Wilcox. Colonel. 
Alpheus Shumway, Major. 
Norris Wilcox, Adjutant. Noah W. Stanley, Quarter 
Master. Samuel D. Hubbard, Paymaster. Joshua L Will- 
iams, Chaplain Zephaniah Swift, Surgeon Vacant, -Sur- 
geon's Mote. Selden Peck, Sergeant Major. Wm. Dan- 
forth, Qr. Master Sergeant. Jacob Atkins, Trumpet Ma- 
r 

First Company. —Daniel Bacon, Capt. Vacant 1st Lt. 
ohn P». Smith, 2d Lt. Wm. II. 6'wathel, Cornet. 

Second Company. — Dennis Rich, Capt. Julius Bristol, 
st Lt. Lyman Woodruff, iJd Lt. Urban Woodruff, Cor- 
bet. 

Third Co mpany.— Sidney Wadsworth, Capt. Selali 
Sart, 1st Lt. Chaunccy iiowe, 2d Lt. Enoch Cornwell, 
hornet. 
Fourth Company. — Lowrey Robbing, Capt. Ben;. Hop- 
ins, 1st Lt. John Kllis, 2d Lt. Norris Wolcoic, Cornet. 



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SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth and twenty se- 
nd Regiments. 



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Dennis Kioaberly, e9q. Brigadier General. 
William R. Hitchcock, Brigade Major and Inspector 
George Spalding, Aid de-camp. . 
Wm. M. Smith, brigade Quarter Master. 



Secorul Regiment, 

Alpheus Clark, ColoneL 

George J. Whiting, Lt Colonel. 

William Piatt, Major. 

William S. Hotehkiss, jr. Adjutant. John J. Barnard, 
Quarter Master. John Lewis, Paymaster. Erases Scran* 
ton, Chaplain. Samuel Punderson, Surgeon. Isaac Jen< 
nings, Surgeon's Mate. Nathaniel A Bacon, Sergeant Ma 
jor. Ailing Brown, Qr. Master Sergeant. Isaac Tihbals 
Fife Major. Jonathan Judd, Drum Major. 

Captains. — Leman Chatfield, Cornelius B. Peck. Luciu* 
Canada, Isaac White, Wyllys Hemingway, Williams Os 
bsrne. Vacant, Vacant. 

Lieutenants.— ftivdseye Brooks, Nathan Gunn, Jarec 

C. Joceiyn. Ebenezer Fisher, — * Jo 

seph W. Davis, Lyman Smith, Amos Thomas. 

Ensigns — John Durrie, John L. Lambert, Erastus 8' 
Bills, Samuel bherwood. Uuel Andrews, John R. Perry 
Vacant, Vacant 

Flank Companies, 

Captains — Vacant, Vacant. f 

Lieutenants — Vacant, Philip 5. Galpm. 

Ensigns — Charles Summers, Charles Nicols* 

J^ijle Company, 
Captain —Vacant. 
Lieutenant — Samuel Potter. 
Ensign— Vacant. 



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Seventh Regiment. 

William Ingham, Colonel. 

Aaron Bushneil, Lieutenant O.tonel. 

fcelden Huntington, Minor. 

William R. Clark, Adjutant. Aaron Hovey, Chaplain, 
Richard £ Pratt, Quarter Mas'er. Joseph '. ayden, Pay* 
master Reynold Webb, jr. burgeon Dan P!atts, 3d, 
Surgeon's Mate. Edward flan ford, Sergeant Major, Na- 
thaniel C. Sanford, Quarter Master Set geant. Rlisha Ing- 
ham, Drum Major Simeon Brooks, Fife Major. 

Captains — 'Vacant, Daniel Ventress, David \I. Griswold, 
George Reed, Alanson Uedfield, Alanson C Peters, K'.isha 
Clarke. 

Lieutenants — ,)ohn Bunnell, 2d. George B Bailey . Da- 
rid P. Kelsey, Vacant, Wiiliam H. Lay, Richard L. Parker, 
Thomas C. Smith. 

Ensigns — John L. Whittlesey, Smith Clark, WyMy D. 
ie'sey, Henry Williams, Vacant, George W. Warner, 

ttephen Johnson. 
Flank Companies. 
CV*/>/ajns— Martin Griswol. , Chauncey Child 
Lieutenants— Buckmmster B. Klderkin, Selden Skinner* 
Ensigns— Nathan Lane, Giles Brainard, 2d. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain — Zina Jones. 
Lieutenant — Charles U. Hayden. 
Ensign— Noah B. Post. 



Tenth Regiment 

Vacant, Colonel. 

Walter Booth, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Ja^on Page, Major. 

William It. Johnson, Major. 

Henry W* Chittenden, tcljutant. Ch:» le J. Hinsdate 

laplaiu. //enry Scranton, Quarter Master, Philo Hull*, 



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Paymaster. Joel L. Griffing, Surgeon. Willoughby L. 
"Lay, Surgeon's Mate. Timothy VY\ Baldwin, Sergeant 
Major. William Evarts, Quarter Master Sergeant, 

Captains— George A. Foote, William Mix, Vacant, Ele- 
> azar Warner, John Graves, Anson Baldwin, Richard Fow- 
ier, James H Benton, J>verett Cook, *4sher Robinson. 

Lieutenants — Samuel Scranton, Vacant, James Black- 
stone, Edward Tuttle, Ichabod L Scranton, Walter R, 
Foote, Benjamin Rossiter, William Field, William P. 
Brooks, John Swathel. Jr. 

Ensigns— George Bartlett, Martin Jones, Joseph Good- 
rich, Harvey Smith, Daniel H Smith, Vacant, Abraham 
Coan, Augustus Bishop, Joel Potter. George Camp. 
[Flank Companies. 

Cap tains— George Hart, Joel Rice. 

Lieutenants — Alvan Leete, Eli Austin. 

JEmigns--$Qe\ GriswoHj, jr Samuel Williams. 
Rifle Company. 

Captain - Vacant. Lieutenant - Vacant. 

I$nsigii~-\jQ\'\ Yale. 



Twenty-Second Regiment, 

Stephen Seymour, Colonel. 

Amos Dickerman, Lieutenant Colonel. 

vllen Thomas, Major. 

Josiah C. Flagg, Adjutant. Samuel Milter, Chaplawi. 
Frederick A. White, Qr. Master. Edward A Corn well, 
Paymaster. John A v;ornweil, Surgeon. William S. 
Foot, Surgeon's M;(te Ezra Dicketmai», Se geant Ma» 
jor. Edwin R. Y-ile, Qr Master sergeant. John Smith, 
Drum Major. Birdseye lio.ihe, Fife Major. 

Captain8—~M'dcuus Rron^on, John Foster, Vacant, Moses 
Pond, Truman Davis. On en Hotehkis, Vacant, Vacant, 

Lieutenants — Kdwa-d Welton, Joel Moss, 2d, Johtt 
Couch, Mark Upson, William H. Hine, David M. Hotch- 
$ds, J)>\\\\ Sperry, \aron Cbatterton 

Bnsigns— John S. Kingsbuiy, John Barnes, Asahel Cur* 



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tis, William Parker, John Hopkins, Castle Hotchk'13, Oli- 
ver S. Chatfield, Vacant. 

Flank Companies, 
Captains — Knos P. Hoot, Vacant. 
Lieutenants — Chauncey Rooi, Laurent Preston, 
Emigns— Israel Holmes, Chauicey Peck. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades. 

Amariah Kibbee, jr. Mujor General. 

Maj. Ebenezer Clark I Aida . de . cam p, 
Maj. losiah B 1 urner, \ r 

Lt. Col. George L. Perkins, Division Inspector, 
ajor Win. P. Cleaveland, jv. Division Quarter Master. 



TfcfIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the tl<id> eighth, eighteenth and twentieth 
ieginients. 

Nathan Pendleton, esq. Brigadier General. 
Russel Wheeler, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

George IV Moss, ./2id de camp. 
Nathan S. Pendleton, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Third Regiment. 

No return of Field or Company Officers. 

Eighth Regiment, 

Stephen 3illings t Colonel. 
Join W. Hul', Lieutenant Colonel, 



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Joseph T) Mason, Major. 

"Russet Gallup. Adjutant. La Hart* Chaplain. Wm. S. 
Frit - Q Waster. Ejjsha Dabolt, Paymaster. Thomas 
T. Wei , Surgeon William Hyde, Surgeon's Mate. — 
Ralph R. Miner, Sergeant Maj*. Giles Wheeler, Quarter 
Master £ergean.t. Augustus L Babcock, Drum Major. — 
Samuel A Newton, Fife Major. 

Captains — Charles H Smith, Vacant, Ansel Coats, Par- 
ley riiilifrps, Roswell A\'yw. Joseph Funk, Ezra Hewitt, 
Daniel Mason. 

Lieutenants— Vf m. W. Rodman, Santford Morgan, 
Samue.i Hi P. entice, Kenny Gallup, *4bel A\\yn t Jehu 
Greed, Dudley 11. Wheeler, Vacant. 

Ensigns — r'eleg Hah cox, Asa P. Edgecomb, Robert 
Palmer, Wm. H. Campbell, Charles Gallup, Ezra Miner^ 
Elisha Park, Thomas Williams. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains —Avery Gallup, Benjamin Peabody, Jr. 
Lieutenants — Eli&ha Morgan, David /"Joats, Jr. 
Ensigns-— Edwin Chester, Joseph C- »rnieg. 

Rifle Company, 
Captain— George Ay re. 
JAeutenant~- Rufus Williams. 
Ensign— Prentice P. Smith. 



Eighteenth Regiment 

./fsa Roaih, Colonel. 

Chester Lamb, Lt. Colonel. 

Samuel Ration, Major. 

Wm. L'Hommedieu, Adjutant. Frederick Prentice, 
Qr. Master. Thomas Huichins, Paymaster David N. 
Gently, Chaplain. Wm. P Eaton. Surgeon. H<>Mce 
Waldo Surgeon's Mate. Horatio N Tracy, Sergeanty 
Major. George R. Ripley, Qr. Master bergeant Asa 
Manning, Drum Major. Joseph G. Lamb, Fife Ma/or. 






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Captains. —Benjamin L'Hommedieu, John B. Crary; 
Henry Fowler, Oliver Johnson, Scjnare C Cook, Joseph 
B. Hibbard, Park Wery, Wm Kelky. \ 

Lieutenants - Samuel kogers, Alexander S. Rogers, 
Chauncy Williams, Wm. Laid, Daniel Boardraan, Joseph 
B Burnham, Cyrus Palmer, Wm L. Crocker. 

Ensigns— John Dunham, Grandison Philips, John C * 

R_, Lee Armstrong, Hefcekiah. Boardman, Kleazur 
Bishop, George Olin, Ezra Hyde. 

Flank Companies, 

Captains— Vacant, Joseph Tilden. 

Lieutenants — Simeon Lester, Timothy Loomis. 

Ensigns— Isaac Miner, Wm. Haughton. 
Rifle Company. 

Ca/>fa*w~-Elisha Tyler. 

Lieutenant — Dwight R. Tyler. 

Ensign — Alfred A. Young. 

Twentieth Regiment 

Orin Staples, Colonel. 

Elisha Covel, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elijah A. Bingham, Major 

Noah W Bridges, Adjutant. Vacant, Quarter Master. 

George Foot, Paymaster. Isaac Parsons, Chaplain, fcze- 

kiel W\ Parsons, Suigeon. Royal Kingsbury, Surgeon's 

Mate. Vacant, Sergeant Major. Vacant, Qr. Master 

I Sergeant. 

Captains— Jehiel Annable, Charles T. Isham, Justin 
I Sextin, John Bigelow, Vacant, Vacant, Kellogg Strong, 
| John 13. Hutchinson, Vacant. 

Lieutenants— Calvin C. Mack, Sylvester Munger, Heze- 
1 kiah M. Seiden, Cyrus Phelps, Nathaniel Chapman, Reu- 
[ben W'atrous, liliss Welch, John H. Post, David Crom- 
[we'l. 

Ensigns — Socrates Chester, Benjamin M. Trumbull, 
j Theodore M. Arnold, John B. Lord, Thomas C. Fuller 9 
I Caleb Loomis, Amos Clark, jr. Edmund G, Geer, Vacant 
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Flank Companies. 
Captains— Vacant, Henry J. Phelps. 
Lieutenants — Vacant, Nathan Smith. 
Ensigns— Harvy Shephard, Asahel Porter. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain — John T. Peters. 
Lieutenant— James Sparrow. 
Ensign— Wm. T. Turner. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteenth, and twenty- 
third Regiments Infantry, and second Regiment Cavalry. 
Daniel F. Hibbard, Brigadier General. 
John W. Salter, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Thomas Gray, Brigade Quarter Master. 
John Woodward, Aid-de-Camp. 



Fifth Regiment. 



Erastns Lester, Colonel. 
Samuel S. Mosley, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Waterman Clark, Major. 
Benjamin E. Palmer, Adjutant. Orria C. Fowler, 
Chaplain. John Taintor, Paymaster. Edwin Newbury, 
Sergeant Major. Elisha Cady, Drum Major. Timothy f 
Tingley, Quarter Master. J^very Burgess, burgeon. -~ 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. J. Forster, Quarter Master 
Sergeant. N. <\ycry. Fife Major. 

Captains — Henry Wood, David Pierce, Jesse Benham, 
William Shepard, John Kingsley, Elihu P. Smith, John 
Gallup, Justin Swift. 

LiexAev.ants — Harris Arnold, Ebenezer Baker, Samuel 
Fuller, Vacant, Vacant, Hezekiah M. Baker, Vacantj 
Benjamin Perry. 
Ensigns— E H Hutchins. (No further returns ) 
Flank Companies 
C.iptaiw-Bxnft pencer, Stephen Coit 



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Lieutenants^ Daniel Dennison, Vacant. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain — Augustus Prior. 
Lieutenant— Vacant. 



Eleventh Regiment 



Solomon Sikes, Colonel. 

William Alexander, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Calvin Day, Major. 

Asa May, Adjutant. Abiel May, Paymaster. Dapjci 
Lyman, Surgeon. Roswell Goodell, Quarter- Master. R03- 
well Whitman, Chaplain. Vacant, burgeon's Mate.— 
George Warren, Sergeant Major. S. Trowbridge, Drum 
Major. Simeon D. Leavaus, Qr. Master Sergeant.— 
Benjamin dwell, Fife Major. 

Captains-' -Peter Hall, James Lyon, ~#sa Alexander, 
Arlemas Warren, Nathaniel Child, Jacob fourtelott, La- 
ban Underwood, Samuel C orb in, Arehelaus W. Uphaw. 

Lieutenants- George Trowbridge, George Bowen, Da- 
niel Cutler, Elisha Danieison, Vacant, Joseph Benson, 
Benj. Chambetlin, Elijah Kinney, Vacant. 

Ensigns— G. H. Perin, Asa Lyman, Vacant, Warren 
Items, Vacant, Samuel Bixby, Adun A. 'Williams, Charles 
Crawford, Vacant. 

Flank Companies. 

Co^wVw—Nehemiah Fox, Robert D. Sharp, Willatd 
Russell. 

Ueutenants — Samuel Reynolds, John B. *?dams, Right 
Porter. 

Ensigns— Abel Corbin, Geoige Williams, Vacant 
Rifle Company. 

Captain — Joseph P. Barrett. 

Lieutenant — Ralph James. 

^si^h— John Richmond, 



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Nineteenth Regiment. 

Eti Hyde, Colonel. 

Oliver H. King, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Ashbel Chapman, Major. 

John Cooley. Adjutant. »2nscl Nash, Chaplain. Horatic 
Hamilton, Surgeon. Rufus G. Pinney, Qr Master. Jo- 
seph B. Pitkin, Paymaster. Charles S. Thompson, Sur- 
geon's Mate, 

Captains — Harvey Terry, Vacant, Solva Converse, Rieh- 
ard Pease, jr. Silas Kibbee, Chester Smith, Vacant, Zina 
Winter. 

Lieutenants — Jonathan A. Bash, Carlos Chapman, Al- 
fred Thrasher, Vacant, Cyras Russell, Joseph Smith, Na- 
thaniel O. Kellogg, Lemuel Cushman. 

Ensigns — George ^9bbee,01ivei Grant, Parley Converse, 
Orren Pomeroy, Joseph Tuller, Lemuel Warner, Jr. Joho 
J. Oicott, Ephraim Dimick. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains— Robert M. *4bbee, Seth Washburn, Elijah 
Chapman, Jr. 

Lieutenants — Samuel S. Fuller, Daniel Blodget, Charles 
Meacham. 

Ensigns— Horace Prior, 2d, Horace Orcott, Orson West. 



Twenty-Third Regiment. 

James White, Colonel. 
Chester Daggett, Lientenant ColoneL 
Amos Bugbee, Major. 
Barnham Hibbard, Adjutant. Moses Q. Welch, Chap- 
lain. Vacant, Surgeon. F. S. White, Sergeant Major. 
Solnmon Parker, Qr. Master, Rber Dunham, Paymaster. 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. Lewis Needham, Qr, Master 
Se> sreant 

Captains — Stephen Burrows, Chauncey Eells, Roger 
ILoomis, .loel W. White, John Albray, Eleazar Loomis ft 
Armin Bowles, Abijah BrookSc 



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Lieutenants— Thomas Hough, Edward G. Huntington 
•fllpheus Kingsley, Win Hunt, Joshua H, Nilea, Harvej 
Wright, I ic Pi att, .innn Know I ton. 

Entiqn* -Charles Arnold; David Babcoci, Tames D.Hin- 
P an a Dimmock, Vacant, Henry Work, 

Jr. Wm. Brown. * 

F/ank Companies, 
Oetpfains—JHya Hovey, Niihan Preaion 
L >ute iantx—h \ loilia* 

Ensigns— Joseph Conant, Calvin Whitney 

Rifle Company, 
Cuptam— John En worth. 
Li e it 'te nai it- -Lyman Tafoott, 
Ensign —Harvey fTingsbu r y . 

Second Regiment Cavalry. 

Andrew Welles, Colonel. 
Jacob Dressor, Majo". 
Jahez Fitch, Adjutant. Philo Judson, Chaplain. J. S 
Wolcott, Surgeon. Hiram gamner, Sergeant Major" 
Jeremiah Mason, Q-. Master. Horace Gailard. Paymaster." 
Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. Joseph F. Keyes, Qr. Master 
bergeant. Harris Park is, Trumpet Major. 

First Company. Jchn C Howard, Captain. Jonathan 

J*urley, 1st It. Alpheus Buruham, 2d it. Gurdoo dearies, 

Lornet. ' 

Second Company. John K<>nda!l, jr. Captain. Beni 

r}\ h .' W L U » !do Pyrki8 ' 2d »• He " r > r Angel, cornet 

J ford Company. Cu don Bailey, Captain. Salmon L 

Williams, 1st It. Amos Fowler, 2d It. Erastus Hutchin- 

son, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Nathan Williams, Captain, ^hiel 
*ox, 1st it. Lorin Brown,- 2 1 It Noadmh Lamed, cornet, 



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THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth brigades; 

Rosse-C Jfhernelhy, Major General. 
Major Nathaniel By Smith. > a , , „ . 
|*ajor George S. Bcmrdman, \ -Mwfc-CJwfc. 

Lieiu Coione. Wan C* Sterling, Division Inspector. 
Major John M. Sterling, Division Qr. Master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth, and twenty fourth 
regimtnts. Infantry, and filih regiment of Cavalry. 

Gei shorn Burr, Brigadier Gerernl. 

Morris Ketchum, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Sylvanus Sterling, Aid (ie-Camp. 

Henry Sheiton, Brigade Qr. Master. 



Fourth Regiment. 



Eli L Hawley, Colonel. 

Daniel Gould, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Robtrt Knap, Major, 

Roswell Lewis, Adjutant Ashbel Baldwin, Chaplain. 
Wm. 8 Nash, Surgeon John M. Thompson, Sergeant 
Major. Samuel Beers, Drum Major. Alanson F. Lewis 9 
Qr. Master, i?a B, Beardslee, Paymaster. Joseph Al- 
vord, Snrgeon's Mate. Vv m Mills. Qr. Master Sergeant. 
Lemuel Sherman, Fife Ma;or. 

Captains — Ephraim H. Burr, David Gorham, John B. 
Bennett, Robert Wilson, Eliphalet Banks, Solomon Curtis, 
Samuel Thompson, Wm. Richards. 

Lieutenants — Samuel Perry, Eliakim Hough, Charles 
Wakeman, Samuel Stratton, Morris Alvord, Charles Gil« 
bert, Lockwood Sheiton, Lament Bostwick. 

Ensigns — Hezekiah Stmges, Jr. John N. *#iulrews, Va« 
cant, Wm. H. Peet, Elijah Banks. Peter Cook, Preston B, 
Warner, Rufas Wells. 



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Hank Companies. 
Vuptaint —Federal Brinsmade, Henry Sherwood. 
Lieutenants— David Wayland, Charles Perry. 
Ensigns — Anson Wakelee, Charles Bennett. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain^-' James Burr. 
Lieutenant — David Corning. 
£n«§7i— Cyrus Turney. 



Ninth Regiment* 



Holly Bell, Colonel. 
Vacant, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Hurlbut, Major. 
A Ivan Mead, Adjutant. Wra. M. Smith, $r. Master. 
Theodore Davenport, Paymaster. Isaac Lewis, Chaplain. 
Darius Mead, burgeon. Vacant, Surgeon's Mate. Reu- 
ben R. Finch, Sergeant Ma;. Harvy Hubbard, Quarter 
Master Sergeant. Darius Lockwood, Drum Major.— 
Lockwood Bunnel, Fife Major. 

Captains — Wm. W. Holly, Drake Mead, Henry Chi- 
ehester, Vacant, Jonas Howe, Henry R. Selick, Jacob Day- 
ton, Asahel Scovil. 

Lieutenants^— Stephen P, Provost, Isaac Lyon, *#sa E. 
Smith, Isaac Adams, fJenjamin W. Lyon, Lewis Raymond 
Gilbert Close, 3d, Henry VV. Scovil. 

Ensigns— Morehouse Adams, GideoB Fenis, Charles 
Telliff, Alfred Taylor, Thomas A Mead, David T. Mather* 
David Young, Stephen Lownsbury. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains — Jonathan B. Waterbury, Lewis Mead. 
Lieutenants— John Lewden, Vacant. 
Ensigns — Joshua Smith, Vacant. 



Fifteenth Regiment* 

John L. Andrews, Colonel. 



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Gerardus Roberts, Lt. Colonel. 
Reuben P^ackrnan, Major. 
' Thomas Blackman, Adjutant. John G. Lowe, Chaplain 
Russel Botsfon', Surgeon. Daniel A. Hoyt, Quarter Master 
Sergeant. Edward Taylor,. Qr. Master. Henry,). Haw- 
ley, Paymaster. Timothy B. [iicock, Sergeant Major. — 
"Vacant, 6'urgeon's Mate. 

Captains — Oliver Andrews, Stanley Loekwood , Philo 
Baldwin, I\ A. Benedict, Darius Bristol, Amzi Rogers, 
E. G Northrop, Almon Smith. 

Lieutenants— David Ambler, George W. Whittlesey,, 
John Glover, Asahel Beebe, David S. Dibble. Lewis 
Beardsley, Cyrus C. Hungerford, Alman Treat. 

Ensigns— David H. Houghton, Horace Warner, Vacant g 
Joel Taylor, James C Jud&on, Asa Bigelow, Isaac North- 
rop, Homer Sherman 

Fiank Companies, 

Captains — James I . Wheeler, ^nson 11. Sweart. 

Lieutenants — Elijah Botsforri, Wm. Northrop. 

Ensigns— Abel Tirrel, David Northrop. 



Twenty-fourth Regiment 

Joseph Hawley, jrv Colonel. 
Phineas Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nehemiah Keeler, Major. 
„#aron Haw ley. Adjutant. Abijah Ressequie, Paymaster,,, 
Jared Olmsted, Quarter Master. Vacant, Surgeon. 

Captains— Walter Dachy, Aaron Olmsted, Edward 
Couch. Charles De Forrest, E. T. -Smith, G. N. Benedict, 
Branford Winton, Sturges Fanton. 

Lieutenants — Hezekiah Scott, Georg3 Mead, Daniel S. 
Sanford, Stephen Hoyt, jr. Ephraim Loekwood, John Ab- 
bott, Alfred Burr, Arya Meeker. 

E?isig?is— George Middlebrook, Cortes Merchant, Da- 
niel Conley. Moses Bulkley, Ebenezer Rockwell? Edward 
Todd, David Sanford. 



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Flank Companies. 

£dptai?i8—Cz2LV Jones, Rui'us St. John, Moses H, .Vtl- 
pies. 

Lieutenants*- Bbenezer Hawley, Henry Chambers, Ebe-j 
aezer S Hall. 

Ensign* — James Stewart, Vacant, Ira Baldwin. 

Filth Regiment Cavalry. 

Hawley Morehouse, Colonel. 

Vacant, Major. 

iSamuel Brown, Adjutant. 

(No farther return of Staff.) 

First Compa ny. — («jdeon Martin, Captain. Natha$ 

Bea rdsley, 1st Lt. Edmund Thompson. 2..I Lt. Herman 

Warner> Cornet. 

Second Compau y .-Ellas 3. San ford, Capt. Frederick 
Seeley. 1st Lt. Wm. «. Hoyt, 2d Lt. Czar Starr, Cornet. 
Ihird Company. — (Nn returns.) 

Fourth Company. —On in Bennett, Capt. gliptyiel H, 
Cushman, IstLt. Leverett Allen, 2dLt* Homer Good- 
sell, Cornet. 



SIXTH BRIGADE, 

Comprising the twelfth* thirteenth, sixteenth and twen- 
tj -first Regiments Infantry, and the third Regiment of 
Cavalry ° 

Morris Woodruff, Brigadier General. 

William S Holabird, BrWe Major and Inspector, 

VVilliam Deraink ^id-de Camp. 

fJohn VVoicott, Brigady Quarter Master, 



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Twelfth Regiment, 

Chauncey Crafts, Colonel. 

Erastus Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles Hecock, Major. 

Vacant, Adjutant. George Y. Cutler, Quarter Master 
John Langdon, Chaplain. S. A. Andrews, Surgeon's 
Mate. *4ivin Hine, Quarter Master Sergeant. Sanson 
Warren, Pay roaster. Conant Catlin, Surgeon. Roderick 
C. Steele, Sergeant Major. 

Captains - Samuel Sherman, Vacant, Norman Monson, 
Isaac B. Castle* Jason Gibson, Eraatus Reynolds, Joseph 
T. Lewis, Jared Brownson. 

Lieutenants — David C Bacon, Lyman Stiles, Jonathan 
Baldwin, fc. S. Woodruff, J eh iel Hickox, Christopher Al- 
lyn, Gharles Trowbridge, Harry Smith. 

Ensigns— Rufus J. Buuce, Charles C. Hinman, Samuel 
Jackson, Jr. Minet W. Barnes, D. O.Calhoun, Nathan 
Kingsley, James Waketee, Chester Riggs. 
Flank Companies, 

Captains — Reuben tf. ffotehktss, Titus Pierce. 

Lieutenants — John Curtis, Alison Bradley. 

Ensigns — Ashbel Strong, Erastus Pierce* 

Thirteenth Regiment. 

**mos Hunt, Colonel. 
Walter Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Russell, jr Major. 
Charles F. Sedgwick, Adjutant. Pitkin Cowles, Chap- 
lain, John Calhoun, Surgeop. Henry Higley, Sergeant 
Major. R. Clark, Drum Myor. G. Averill, Qr. Master. 
Harlow C. Holabird, Paymaster. Solomon Russell, Sur- 
geon's Mate. Milo Bwrpaam, Qr. Master Sergeant. Hi. 
ram Hinman, Fife Major. 

Captains-- John Ish*m, John R Fuller, Simeon Lyman, 



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Daniel Brewster, Elisha B. MaFfory, Charles Bolabird, 
James S. Harrison, Gamaliel Everett. 

Lieutenants— Hawlev Demirig, John Smith, 2d, Daniel 
St. John, Andrew &erdhaffi, Anson Rogers, Chauncey 
Bunce, Vacant, Joseph Lord. 

Ensigns — Vacant, Ezra Stove, Hector W. Roberts. 
Joshua VV. Stanton, Vacant, Henry Belden, Vacant, Eph^ 
i aim Lord. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains — Fereno !3. Gillett, Seth Pierce, jr. 

Lieutenants — Hiram Holcomb, Phineus Baldwin. 

Ensigns— Isaac White, Rufus Paine, Jr, 



Sixteenth Regiment. 

Uriel tattle, Colonel. 
Augustus Co'eman, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Miles Smith, Major.. 
Gay R. Sanford, Adjutant. Luther Hart, Chaplain. 
Lewi? Oatlin, Qr. Master Leverett Tuttle, Paymaster. 
Samuel Bud, Surgeon, Erastus L. Hart, Surgeon's Mate. 
Jason Whiting, Sergeant Major. Ralph Camp, Qr. Master 
Sergeant. 

Captains Andrew Buel, Willard Gaylord, Asahel N. 
Barber, Luman Hinman, Horace Smith, Burr Goodwin, 
Sriswold Woodward, Joseph A Tanner, Traey Marsh. 

Lieutenants aamuel P. Bolles, John H. Collins, John- 
on Cieavcland, Hiram Loom is, Charles Wright, James M. 
'ierpont, Harvy E. Coe, Russe! Carter, Noah B. Smith. 

Ensigns. D. C. Sanford, Peter M. Roberts, Norman 
Vilson, Elihu Barber, Lorenzo Hart, Vacant, Fitch I* 
pissel, Darius Webb, John S. Harrison. 
Flank Companies. 
Captains. John P. Brace, bamuel Palmer, Leavitt Dar- 

lieutenants. Frederick Buel, Hiram Norton, Lev 

Harsh, 



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Ensigns. Leonard Henny, Horace Roberts, Games 
Curtis. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain. Jacob Hubbard. 
Lieutenant Geoge Marsh. 
Ensign. Harmon Bissel. 

Twenty-First Regiment. 

Jaspe»* Bid well, Colonel. 

Drayton lones. Lieutenant Colonel. 

Augustus Pease, Major. 

Bela Squires, Adjutant. James Beach, Chaplain. Abra- 
iiaraGf.ffiv. Q Master. Horace J. Humphrey, Paymas- 
ter. Luuian Wakefield, Surgeon, B. Welch, Surgeon 
Mate. Jonathan E Hayt, Sergeant Major. Darius Phelpfc 
Qt\ Master Setgeant. 

Captains. ^bsalum Wells, Erastus Beman, Fredeiick 
Pfceips, Abiel Case, Hiram Gaylord, Abitl Beach, Erasiiu 
<Seym'>u', EMsha *mhh 

Lieutenants Harry Watson, Leister Loom is, --.on 
^2 Ire-w't Vacant , */2aron Tibbeis, Isaac I Newton, ia\Qti 
Sage, John '■' estlake. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Cephas B. Leiden, Willard Hart, Va- 
cant, AianW Stephens, Thomas D Bos worth, Chested 
Stiilman, «4masa Ma>io' 5 . 

mm . ne, * 

Captains Doratu ar Goo j win. 

Lieutenants Piniu. Sfo .4b rah an j peneer. 

JZtisigns. Sylvester.^ lert \u, Geo. C. Kellogg. 



Third Regiment Cavalry. 

Hosea Hinsdale, Colonel. 
Lot in Bartlett, Major. 
Samuel Dallaber, Adjutant. Ezeki'el Wood ford, Quarter 
Master. c'Sudrew Dimmock, Paymaster. Frederick 



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Marsh, Chaplain. Andrew Abernetfiy, Surgeon, fen 
Bancroft, Surgeon's Mate. Samuel A. Catlin, Sergeant 
%\i\\ov. Wm. luck well, Qr. Master .Sergeant. , 

First Company. Vacant, Captain. £lias S Jocelyn, lsf 
Lt. Wm. Burt, 2d Lt. Jflbez Jakeway, cornet. 

Second Company J. B. Phelps, Captain, fcamuel Dai- 
liber, 1st Lt. Ui i Taylor, 2d Lt. Auraab Wade, cornet. 

Third Company. Norman Kellogg, Capt. Lester New- 
ton, 1 aft Lt. Ezekiel Woodford, 2d Lt Lester Wood, 
ford, cornet. 

Fourth Company, Enos Frisbie, Capt. Julius Alvord 
1st Lt. Daniel Lord, '2d Lt. Chester C. Gosslee, cornet, 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Comprising the first and second regiments of Light Artil- 
lery, and the first, second and third regiments of /forse 
Artillery 

Nathan Johnson, Brigadier General. 

Daniel Cult, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

John Olmsted, Aid-de camp. 

Oliver D. Cooke, jr. BtigadeQr. Master. 



First Regiment Horse Artillery. 

William Graves, Colonel. 
Philo Harrison, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Thomas Hubbard, Major. 
Alexander #ariison> Adjutant. Constant Kirtland, Qr, 
JVUster. Asahel P. Griswoldj Paymaster. Asa King, 
Chap'a'n. Kufus Twiner, Surgeon; Asa H. King, Sur- 
geon's Mate. Ralph Pratt, 2d, Sergeant Ma/or. 

\st Company. Vacant, Captain. David Leek, 1st Lt- 
Timothy Bartholomew, 2d Lt. Eliakim Linsleys 3d Lt. 
Miner Fowler, 4lh Lt. Jesse Gilbert, cornet, 

2J Company. Vacant, Captain. Charles A. Standley^ 
1st Lt. Thaddeus Cook, 2d Lt. John Fields, 3d Lt. Wa- 
trous Ives, 4th Lt. Sylvester //all, cornet. 



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3d Company. Eaoeh W. Pratt, Captain. Leverett 
Treat, lit Lt Leverett Carrington, 2d Lt. Zina //olchkis, 
3d Lt. Enoch Woodruff, 4th Lt. Daniel Pratt, cornet. 

At h Company. George Clark, Captain, B J. Meigs, 
1st Lt. John Merrill, Vd Lt. Vacant, 3d and 4th. *2bel 
M. Hinkley, cernet. 



Second Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Henry Haz.en, Colonel. 

Stanton Hewitt, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Beia Robbins, Major. 

Appleton Meeek, Adjutant. fV'm D. Itipjey, Quartet 
Master. Thomas Robbins, Paymaster. David Austin, 
Chaplain. Wm. H. Cogswell, Surgeon. Gurdon C Les- 
ter, Surgeon's Mate Wm. Lath rop, Scgeant Major. 

First Company — Vacant, Captain- Charles ^ftwood, 
1st Lt. Oliver Warner, 2d Lt. Brainard Palmer, 3d Lt. 
Henry Bailey, 4th Lt Wm. Palmer, Jr. Cornet. 

Second Company — Thomas Thomas, Captain. James 
Fitoh, 1st Lt. Daniel G. Bdgerton, 2d Lt. Elisha M. 
Kingsley, 3d Lt. Henry Ward, 4th Lt. Barnabas Hun- 
tington, Cornet. 

Third Company. — Warren Williams, Captain. David 
Baldwin, 1st Lt. Elias W. Brown. 2d Lt. Gyrus Grant* 
3d Lt. Latham Y. *#very, 4th Lt. £eth Williams, Jr. 
Cornet. 



Third Regiment Horse Artillery. 

^bel Hall, Colonel. 

Joseph Wheeler, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Coi:k!in //usted, Major. 

(No return of Staff Officers. ) 

First Company. George Shelton, Captain, Samuel 

Curtis, 1st Lt. Isaac Cummings, 2d Lt. Davkl Beardsjeje* 



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MLt. David Wheeler, 4th Lt .flbyah N. Hubey, Cor- 
Btt. 

Second Company. Elisha L. Silliman, Capt. James 
Scott, 1st Lt. Charles beymour, 2d Lt. Joseph Silliman, 
3d Lt. Samuel W. Knap, 4th Lt Burr Hale, Cornet 

3d Company. David Hill, Jr. Captain Lewis Burr, 
1st Lt. James B. Wilson, 2d Lt. David Jennings, 3d Lt. 
Daniel Meeker, 4th Lt. Hoadley Hill, Comet. 

Fourth Company. Vacant, Captain. Charles Hen- 
drick, 1st Lt. haac K Wood, 2d Lc. Karl Smith, 3d 
Lt. John C. Sandtbid, 4th Lt. braith Scott, Cornet. 

First Regiment Light Artillery, 

John L Tomlinson, Colonel 
Fhilos Blake, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Chailes Coit, 1st Major. 
_ Ely A Elliott, 2d Major 

M. JL. Durand, Adjutant. William H Lynde, Quarter 
Master. //art Talcoit, Chaplain. Sylvester Bulktey, 
Surgeon. Henry Hotchkiss. Sergeant Ma/or. Amos Seo- 
vill, Quarter Master SVgeant. 

-First Company. Thomas P. Trott, Captain. Vacant 
1st Lt. Vacant 2d Lt. 

Second Company. Nathaniel Flerrick, Captain. Elea 
zer L. Lathrop, 1st Lt. Wm. Smith, 2d Lt. 

Third Company. George H. Chad wick, Capt. ►S'sahe! 
Rowland, 1st Lt Joseph Peck.. 3d, 2d Lt. 

Fourth Company. Jha. Gregory, Capt. Lewis S. Hoy t, 
1st Lt. Thomas Amh'ev, 2d Lt. 

5th Company. Claries Foot, Capt. Albert E. Sher- 
wood, 1st Lt. Philips P. Porter, 2d Lt. 

6th Company Wm. Burweli, Capt. Noah S. Barnum, 
1st Lt. Daniel Hanford, 2d Lt. 

"7th Company. , Captain, W'yllis Peck, 1st Lt. 

Henry Peck, 2d Lt. Justin Uedfield, 3d Lt. Charles 
Monson, 4th Lt- 



• 344. 

%fh Company, Jabez Southworth, Capt- — — , 1st Lt, 
F: entice Pendleton, 2d Lt. 

9th Company. Du'JIev Clark, Capt. Roswell Brainard, 
1st Lt David B. Ventres, 2d Lt. 

Wth Company Joseph Utley, Capt. Jesse E. Paul, 1st 
Lt. Lncas Witter, 2d Lt, 

\Hh Company. Phi ip G. JSfill, Captain. 5arauelR.: 
Dibble 1st Lv. ' Stephen Wiicox, 2d Lt. 

12th Company. William Lum, Captain. Clark Woos* 
ter, 1st Lt. //iram Warner, 2d Lt. 

13th Company. John Stillman, Capt. Daniel Knowles, 
1st Lt Vacant, 2d Lt. 



Second Regiment Light Artillery. 

Deeius 2/umphrey, Colonel 

Jcsiah Dean, Jr. Lieutenant ColoneL 

•Aurora Case, Ma;or. 

George Spaftbrd, Mayor 

Samuel Dodd, Adjutant. //ector' F. Phelps, Quarter 
Master. George C. Skinner, Paymaster. Joy H. Fair- 
child, Chaplain. Chester //unt, Surgeon. Vacant, •Sur- 
geon's Mate. Lorrain P. Waldo, Sergeant Major John 
Bingham, Drum Ma/or. Warren Fuller, Fife Major. 

\at Company. Samuel Cady, Capt. Lucius Cady, 1st 
Lt. Pierce Parkhurst, 2d Lt. 

2d Company. Hazzard 2/ull, Capt. Selah Brown, 1st 
Lt. Robert Sharp, 2d Lt. 

3d Company. Solomon Olmsted, Capt. Edward P.' 
Harrington, 1st Lt. Charles H. Olmsted, 2d Lt. 

4z/z Company. Braton W 7 hitmore, Capt. Vacant, 1st 
Lt. Benjamin Underwood, 2d Lt. 

5th Company. Vacant, Capt. Jairus Smith, let Lt 
Elisha M. tfpattbrd, 2d Lt. 

6th Company. David Chapman, capt. Julius Clark, 1st 
Lt- Winthrop Wright, 2d Lt. 

7th Company. Richard Peck, Capt. George Bulkley- 
1st Lt. Reuben Hough, 2d Lt. 



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8/A Company.—— Horace Goodwin, Captain. Joseph 
Church, Isi Lt. James S. Wickham, 2d Lt. 

9th Company.— William Odell, Capt. Welcome Geer, 
1st Lt. John Gunn, 2d Lt. 

10th Company.- Vacant, Capt. Elisha Sugden, 1st Lt 
William H Hallock 2d Lt. 

Uth Company.— Henry Jl'Aen Capt. AmdfcBeecher, jr. 
1st Lt. Riverius Douglass, 2d Lt. 

Vlth Company. — Samuel Wooster, Capt. Marshall Per- 
ry 1st Lt. Asa Hawkins, 2d Lt. 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

Isaac Tousey, esq. for Hartford County. 
Rector Humphreys, esq for New-Haven County. 
Henry Strong, esq. for New-London County 
Ebenezer Seeley. esq for Fan field County. 
Simon Davis, jr. esq. for Windnam County. 
Truman Smith, esq. for Litchfield County'. 
Jonathan Barnes, jr. esq. for Middlesex County. 
Elisha Stearns, esq. for Tolland County. 



SAVING BANK, NEW-HAVEN. 

George Hoadley, esq. President. 

Obad:ah Hotchkiss, Vice Pres dent, 

Charles Denison, esq Secretary. 

Managers— Eli Whitney, Abraham Rishop, WmMc 

Crackan, Wm. Moseley, £eth P Staples, Wna. Baldwin, 

Isaac Gilbert. Amount of Deposits, $"9,000. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, esq President. 
Adams White, jr. Cashier. 
directors— Joseph Eaton, Vir.e Robinson David Bolles, 
A T Judson, E. C. Eaton, Raftis Adams, Ebenez<-» Wil- 

P»rason, John McLellan, James Gordon, Ebenezer Young, 
harles Sabin, J. P. Hall,J. S. Gladding. Capital, &i0,350, 
10 



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Grand Council of Select Masters in Connecticut- 



T. I. Laban Smith, G. P. 
I. Elizur Goodrich, D.G.P. 
1.4§remy Hoadley, G.T.t. 
I. John L. Lewis, G. PC. 
I. Jer emy L. Cross, GC.G, 
I. Andrew Kidston, G.T. 
I. Wra. H. Jones, OS. 
1. Menzies Rayner, G.C. 
I. Darius Higgins, G.S. and T. 



COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

JUNE At Hartford, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third do. 

Danbury, fourth do. 

N. Haven, Tues fot. fourth do. 
JULY, Haddam, (a) second do. 

Norwich, (a) third do. 

Brooklyn, fourth do. 

Tolland Tuesday foL fourth do. 



SUPERIOR COURT. 




JANUARY, 


At Brooklyn, first 


do. 




New- Haven, third 


do. 




Norwich, fourth 


do. 


FEBRUARY, 


Hartford, second 


do. 




Litchfield, third 


do. 




Middletown, fourth 


do. 


APRIL, 


Tolland, third 


do. 


AUGUST, 


New Haven, second 


do. 




Litchfield, third 


do. 




Haddara, fourth 


do. 


SEPTEMBER, 


Hartford, first 


do. 




Brooklyn, second 


do. 



147 



OCTOBER, 
DECEMBER, 



Danbiuy, fourth, 
New -London, first 
Fail Held, lust 
Tolland, fourth 



to. 
do. 
do, 
do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 




FEBRUARY, 


At Fait field, second (a) 


do. 


MARCH, 


N. London, iirst (a) 


do. 




Tolland, second 


do. 




New Haven, third 


do. 




Brooklyn, third 


do. 




liar tfo id, fourth 


do. 


APRIL, 


Litchfield, first 


do. 




Fail ftald, third 


do. 




Haddam, Tuesday after first Mond 


JUJStE, 


New London, second 


Tuesday. 




New-Haven, fourth 


do. 


AUGUST, 


Hartford, second 


do. 




Brooklyn, third 


do. 


SEPTEMBER, 


Tolland, second 


do. 




Lkch£eld, fourth 


do. 


OCTOBER, 


Middletowru. third 


do. 


AOVEMBER % 


Litchfield, first 


do. 




Hartford, second 


do. 




Norwich, third 


do. 




Danbury, third 


do. 




New Haven, fourth 


do. 


DECEMBER, 


Brooklyn, second 


do. 




Litchfield, third 


do. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 



FEBRUARY. 

APRIL. 

MAY. 

AUGUST. 

SEPTEMBER. 

NOVEMBER, 



District, New. Haven, 4(h Tuesday 
Circuit — New Haven, 13th day. 
District— Hartford, 4th Tuesdays 
District — New Haven, 4th do. 
Circuit—Hartford, 17th day. 
District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday 



148 

muttetr states' ealeutmt\ 

GOVERNMENT OP THE 

UNITED STATES. 



JAMES MONROE, President of the U. States* 

Salary, $25,000, per annum. 

DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, Vice-President. 

Salary; $5,C00. 



©EPARTMENTS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 

Department of State. 
John Quincy Adams, Secretary of State. Salary \ §6000 

Treasury Department* 

William H.Crawford, (Va.) Secietary, 6000 

Joseph Anderson, Tenn. 1st CornptioHer, 3500 

Richard Cuits, Mass. 'id Comptroller, 3000 

Richard Harrison, Va. 1st Auditor, 3000/ 

Wi'.liam Lee, Mass. 2d Auditor, 300O 

Peter Hagner, 3d Auditor, 3000 

Consent Freeman, 4th Auditor, 3000 

Stephen Pleasar ton, 5Ui Auditor, 3000 

Thomas Tudor Tucker, S.C. Treasurer, 3000 

Jo eph Nourse, Va. Register, 300G 
George Graham, Commissioner of Gen. Land Office, 3000 

War Department. 

John C. Calhoun, S 6. ^ecietary, 6000 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General, 2500 

J\cvy Department* 

Samuel L. Southard. N. J. Secretary, 6000 

General Post Office. 

John McLean, Ohio, Postmaster-General, * r '°0 

.Abraham Bradley, Assistant, 2500 

^hineas^Bradley, Assistant, , 250$ 






149 



Patent Office. 
William Thornton, Superintendent. 

Mint. 
Robert Patterson, Director, 
Jarhefl Ruth, Treasurer, 
»/idam Elkfe'dt, Coiner, 
Robert Scott, Engraver, 



1500 

2000 
■1200 
1500 
1200 



List of Members of the Senate and House of Representa- 
tives of the United States, in the I3lh Congress. 
FIRST SESSION. 



Joan Gaillard, President o 

SENA 

JMaine, 
John Chandler 
John Holmes, 

JVew- Hampshire, 
Samuel Hell 
John F. Parrot 

Massachusetts, 
James Lloyd 
Elijah Hunt Mills 

Connecticut, 
Henry W. Edwards 
James Lanman 

lihode 1 standi 
James D'Wolf 
Neherniah Ft Knight 

Vermont, 
William A. Palmer 
Horatio Seymour 

A r e-w-Yoi k, 
Rufus Kins* 
Martin Van Bui en 

J\e?v Jersey, < 
M&hlon Dckersdn 
iames M'livame. 



I the Senate, pro tempore. 

roiis. 

Pennsylvania, 
Walter Low -ie 
William Find I ay 

Delaware, 
(Both Vacant) 

JMa >yland, 
Edward Lloyd 
Samuel Smith 

Virginia, 
James Harbour 
John Taylor 

North Carolina, 
Nathaniel Macon 
John Branch 

South- Carolina, 
Form Gallard, 
Robert Y Hayne 

Georgia, 
John E'liot 
Nicito.ii^ Ware 

Kentucky, 
tichard \1. Johnson 
I sham Talbot 



150 



Tennessee, 
Andrew Jackson 
John Henry Eaton 

Ohio, 
Benjamin Ruggles 
Ethan A. Brown 

Louisiana, 
James Brown 
Henry Johnson 

Indiana, 
James Noble 
Waller Taylor 



Mississippi, 
Thomas H. Williams, 
David Holmes 

Illinois, 
Jesse B. Thomas 
Ninian Edwards 

Alabama, 
William R. King 
William Ke>!ey 

Missouri, 
David Barton 
Thomas II. Benton. 



Charles Cutts, Secretary of the Senate—Salary, $3O<*0. 
Famuel Turner, Chief eierfc, 1800, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 
Maine — 7 
William Burleigh, JoshuaCushman,Ebenezer Herricks, 
David Kidder, Enoch Lincoln, Stephen Longfellow, Jere- 
miah O'Brien. 

New- Hampshire — 6 
Ichabod Bartlett, Mathew Harvey, Arthur Livennore ? 
Aaron Matson, William Plumer, Jr. Thomas Whipple, Jr. 
Massachusetts — 13 
Samuel C. Allen, John Bailey, Francis Baylies, B. W. 
Crowninshield, Henry W. Dwight, Timothy Fuller, Aa- 
ron Hobart, Samuel Lathrop, John Locke, Jeremiah 
Nelson, John Reed, Jonas Sibley, Daniel Webster. 
Rhode-Island — 2 
Job Durfee, Samuel Eddy. 

Connecticut — 6 
Noyes Barber, Samuel A. Foot, Ansel Sterling, Ebene- 
zer Stoddard, Gideon Tomlinson, Lemuel Whitman. 
Vermont — 5 
William C. Bradley, Daniel A. A. Buck, Samu-el C- 
Crafts, RollhvC, Mallary, Charles Rich, 






m 

New-York— 34 
John W. Cady, Churchill C. Cambreleng, Lot Clark) 
Ela Collins, Hector Craig, Rowland Day, Justin Dwinell, 
Lewis Eatou,Charles A. Foote, Joel Frost,Moses Hayden, 
John Herkimer, James L. Hogeboom, Lemuel Jenkins, 
Samuel Lawrence, Elisha Litchfield, Dudley Marvin, 
Henry C. Mart indale, John J. Morgan, John Richards, 
Robert R. Rose, Peter Sharp, Henry R. Storrs, James 
Strong, John W. Taylor, Egbert Ten Eyck, Albert H. 
Tracy, Jacob Tyson, William Van Wyck, Stephen Van 
Rensselaer, Isaac William?, Isaac Wilson, Silas Wood, 
William Woods. 

New-Jersey — 6 
George Cassedy, Lewis Condict, Daniel Garrison, Geo. 
Hole ombe, James Matlack, Samuel Swan. 
Pennsylvania — 26 
James Allison, Samuel Breck, John Brown, James 
Buchanan, Samuel Edwards, Will am Cox Ellis. Patrick 
Farrelly, John Findlay, W. Forward, Robert Harris, Jo- 
seph Hemphill, Samuel D. Ingham, George Kreamer, 
Samuel Mc Kean, Philip S. Markley, Dairel H. Miller, 
James S. Mitchell, Thomas Patterson, G. Plumer, Thos. 
J. Rogers, Andrew Stewart, John Tod. Daniel Udree, 
Isaac Wayne, James Wilson, Henry Wilson. 
Delaware — 1 
Louis McLane. 

Maryland — 9 
William Hayward, jr. Joseph Kent, John Lee, Peter 
Little, Isaac M'Kim, George E.Mitchell, Raphael Neale, 
John S. Spence, H. R. Warfield. 

Virginia — 22 
Mark Alexander, William S.Archer, W.Lee Ball, Phi- 
lip P. Barbour, Burwell Bassett, John Floyd, Robert S. 
Garnett, Joseph Johnson, Jabez Leftwicb, William Mc 
Coy,Charles F. Mercer, Thomas iNewton, John Randolph* « 



152 

William C. Rives, Arthur Smith, William Smith, Alex- 
ander Smyth, Andrew Stevenson, James Stephenson, Geo. 
Tucker, Jared Williams, John S. Barber. 
North- Carolina — 1 3 
Hutchins G. Burton, Henry Conner, John Culpeper, 
Weldon N. Edwards, Alfred M. Gatlm, Thomas H. 
Hall, Charles Hooks, John Long, Willie P. Mangum, 
Romulus M. Saunders, Richard D. Spaight, Robert B< 
Vance, Lewis Williams. 

South- Carolina — 9 
Robert Campbell, John Carter, Joseph Gist, Andrew 
R. Govan, James Hamilton, jr. George McDuffie, Joel R. 
Poinsett, Starling Tucker, John Wilson. 
Georgia — 7 
Joel Albot, George Cary, Thomas W. Cobb, Alfred 
Cuthbert, John Forsyth, Edward F.Tatnall, Wiley 
Thompson. 

Kentucky — 12 
Henry Clay, Richard Buckner, Robert P. Henry, 
Francis Johnson, John T. Johnson, Robert P. Letcher, 
Thomas Metcalfe, Thomas Moore, Philip Thompson, 
David Trimble, David White, Charles Wickliffe. 
Tennessee — 9 
Adam R. Alexander, Robert Allen, John Blair, John 
Cocke, Sam ueL Houston, Jacob C. Isacks, James B. Rey- 
nolds, James T. Sanford, James Standefer. ' 
Ohio— 14 
Mordecai Bartley, Philemon Beecher, John W. Camp- 
bell, James W. Gazlay, Duncan M'Arthur, William M'- 
Lean, John Patterson, Thomas R. Ross, John Sloane, 
Joseph Vance, Samuel T. Vinton, Elisha Whittlesey* 
William Wilson, John C. Wright. 
Louisiana — 3 
William L. Brent. H. H. Gurley, Edward Livings* 
ton* 



153 

Mississippi — 1 

Christopher Rankin. 

Indiana — 3 
Jonathan Jennings, William Prince, John Test. 

Illinois — 1 
Daniel P. Cook. 

Alabama — 3 
John JVTKee, Gabriel P. Moore, George W. Owen. 

Missouri — 1 
John Scott. 

DELEGATES. 
Michigan Territory — Gabriel Richards. 
Arkansas Territory — Henry W. Conway. 
Florida Territory — Richard K. Call- 



Henry Clay, Speaker. 

Matthew St. Clair Clark, Clerk. 

Thomas Dunn, Sergeant at Arms. 



JUDICIARY. 



John Marshall, of Va. Chief Justice of the Uaited Slates. 
Salary, $5001). 
Associate Judges — Salary, §4,500. 
Bushrod Washington, Va. Thomas Todd, Ky. 
William Johnson, jr. S. C. Gabriel Duval, Md. 
Smith Thompson, N.Y. Joseph Story, Ms. 

Wm. Wirt, Md. Attorney General— Salary t g3,500. 

DISTRICT JUDGES. 

Maine, Asher Ware. N. Hampshire, John S. Sherburne 
Massachusetts, John Davis. Rhode-Island, David Howell. 
Vermont, Ehjah Paine. Connecticut, Pierpont &d wards. 
New York, N. District, Roger Skinner. S. District, Win, 
P. Van Ness, 



154 

CLERKS to the Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts, 
Supreme Court, Elias B. Caldwell. District of New* 
Hampshire, William Ciaggett. Maine, John Mussey, jr« 
Massachusetts, John W. Davis. Rhode Island, Benjamin 
Cowell. Vermont, Jesse Gove. Connecticut, C. JL> In- 
gersol!. New York, Sjuth District, James Dili— North 
District, R. R. Lansing. 

Keztkiah Huntington, District Attorney, Connecticut 
Andrew Huii j> Marshal. 



COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS W CONNECTICUT, 



New London, Richard Law. New-Have^, Abraham 
Bishop. Middletown, Alexander Wolcott. Fairfield, 
Waiter Bradley. 

In Rhode Island — Newport, Christopher Ellery. Bris- 
tol, Barnabas Bales. Providence, Thomas Colts. 

Surveyors in Connecticut, 
New-London, Oliver Champlain. *Stonington, Samuel 
F. Denison. New Haven, Wm. Mun*on. Middletown, 
Wm Van Duersen. Hartford, John Hempsted. ^ay- 
brook, Mr Wilioughby. 

INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. 



DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT. ' 

Ministers Plenipotentiary. 
Richard Rush, to Great Britain Salary §9000 

James Brown to France 9000 

Henry Middleton, to Russia W00 

Hugh Nehon, to Spain 9000 

Henry Dearborn, to Portugal 9000 

Csesar A. Rodney, Buenos Ayres 
Richard C. Anderson, Colombia 
Heman Allen, Ckili 



155 

Charge D'affaires. 
Alexander H. Everett, to the N«> net-lands 4560 

Christopher Hughes, jr. to Sweden 

Secretaries of Legation, 
John Adams Smith, t > Great Britain 2000 

Daniel Shelden, to Franc® 2000 

Chains Pir.knev, to Russia 2000 

Tho. L. L. Brent, to Poi tugal 2000 

John J. *ppleton, to Spain 200© 

John Mason, jr. Mexico 
John M. Forbes, Buenos Ay res 
C S. Todd, Colombia 
Samuel Larned, Chili 

CONSULS of the United States, in Foreign Countries, 



In Great Britain and Ireland.— Thorn** Aspinwall, 
London. James Maury, Liverpoo 1 . Herman Visger, 
Bristol. Nath. G. Ingraham, jr. Plymouth. Robert W. 
Pox, Falmouth. Thomas Auldjo, Cowes. Joel Hart, 
Leith. Thomas English, Dublin. Jacob Mark, Cork- 
Samuel Luke, Belfast. Bernard Henry, Gibraltar. Har- 
vey Strong, Glasgow and Greenock- Martin Bickham, 
Isle of Fiance. Thomas YVynes, Turks Island. R. M. 

Harrison, St. Bartholomew a. Agents, W in. R. Uiginbo- 

tham, Bermuda. John Siarr, Nassau, N P. 

Jtusdd --Abraham P. Gibson, St. Petersburgh. 

Sweden and J\'orway. — David Erskine, Stockholm. C. 
A. Murray, Go'tenburg. Henry Jansen, jr. Christiansand 

Denmark — John Rainals, Copenhagen. Robert Jac- 
ques, St. Croix.— Agent, Nathan ^evey, St. Thomas. 

Germany. — Edward Wyer, Hamburg. Frederick J*,,- 
\yiche'hsusen, Bremen. \Villiam Clark, Embden. 

Netherlands - John W. Parker, Amsterdam. Emanuei 
Whoi ,-*, Rotterdam and (Mend. David Parish, *#nt« 

erp. ^ illiara Gamble, St Eustat'a. 

Fran ce.— Isaac Cox Barnet, Paris. Daniel Strobe?/ 
Sordeaux* Joshua D dge, Marseilles, Francis E t Fen* 



i 



156 

wick, Nantes. Gerard D. Smith, La Rochelle. Edward 
Church, L'Orient. Reuben G. Beasley, Havre-de-Grace 
Thomas Johnston, Calais. Franeis B. Faurer, Guada 
loupe. Silas Marean, Martinique. 

Portugal and 2?razil. —-Israel P.Hutchinson, Lisbon.— 
iienry Hill, Rio de-Janeiro. Woodbridge Odlin, St. &al 
vador. Jl\ex Burton, Oporto. 

Spain.— John M.Hall, Cadiz. Richard M'Call, Barce 
lona 

Tuscany, Sardinia and Austria.— Thomas »#ppleton. 
Leghorn. James Schee, Genoa. Victor A.. Sasserno. 
Nice. Geo' ge Moore, Trieste. 

Two Sicilies. — Alexander Hammet, Naples. Henrj 
Preble, Pa'wmo. John Brcadbent, Messina. 

liarbary States — VVm. Shaler, con. gen. Algiers. - 
Townshencl iStith, Tunis Thomas D. Anderson, Tiipoli 
John Mudowney, Tangier. 

China. — BeRjarain C. Wileox, Canton. 

Hayti.— Andrew Armstrong, Port-ui Prince John N 
IV \ icy, Cape Haytien. Charles Augustus Davis, Aux 
Cayes. 



Jisui &vm$ ZList. 

Jacob Brown, major general. 

Edmund P. Gaiues, brigadier general. 

Wii field Scott, brigadier; general. 

Thomas S. Jessup, brig, gen and qr master gen. f 

Major S. 6. Archer, insp. gen. rank of Col. 

Co!. John E. Wool, insp gen. 

Major William Linnard, quarter master. 

Major Henry Stanton, quarter master. 

Col. George Gib3on,com gen subsistence, 

Callender Irvine, com. gm. purchases. 

Co!. N Towson, paymaster general. 

Joseph Lovell, surgeon general. 

Corps of Engineers. 
Alexander Macomh, Chief Engineer, maj. gea. brevet. 
Gen. Simon Bernard, Assistant; 



157 



\ ARTILLERY— CVowe/s, James House, Walker R. Av- 
mislead, John R. Fenwick, brevet. 

J Lieutenant Colonel;; — G Bom foul, Abraham Eustis 7 
brevet, William Macrea, William Lindtey, 

Majors — J. Hindman, col. brev James Rankhead, John 
B. W albach, lieut. col. brevet, William Wilson. 

INFANTRY— Cofonefc T. Chambers, Hugh Brady, tf. 
Pinkney, It. Butler, Josiah Snelling, Duncan L. Clinch, 
j Matthew Arbuckie. 

Lieutenant Colonels— 7; Tay'or, W. Lawrence, John 
j M'Nea»,jr. G M. Brooke, H Leavenworth, VV. Morgaa, 
W. Lind/ey. 

Majors — \. R. Woolley, Richard W hartenby, E Cutler* 
James Dinkins, *#lex. Cummings, Daniel Baker, J. H.Vose. 



Commissioners of the Navy Board, 

John Rodgers, Isaac Chauncey, Charles Morris 

J. R. Paulding, Secretary. 

CAPTAINS. 

John Rogers 
James Harron 
William Bainbridge 



Jhomas Tingey 
harles Stewart 
saac Hull 
saac Chauncey 
avid Porter 
arauel Evans 
acob Jones 
pbarles Morris 
rthur Sinclair 
Thomas Macdnnough 
l^ewis Warrington 



Joseph Bambridgc 
W illlam M. Crane 
James T. Leonard 
James Biddie 
Charles G Ridgley 
Robert T .^pehce 
Dauiel T. Patterson 
Samuel */£*gu9 
Vjelancthon T. Woolsey 
John Otde Creighton 
Edward t>enchard 
John Dowries 
John D Henley 
Jesse D. Elliott 



158 

MASTERS COMMANDANT. 

Robert Henley, Stephen Cassin, fames Renshaw, David 
)Deacon, Lewis Alexis, Sidney Smith, Thomas Brown, 
Saraue! Woodhouse, C.C B. Thompson, A. S. vVadsworlh, 
Geo. VV. Rod-ers, G.C.Read, Henry E. Ballad, Wm. 
Carter, jr. Jos. J Nicholson, Wo'cott Chauncey, John H. 
Elton, Kdmund R. Kennedy, ./Alexander J Dallas, John 
l\ N1cho)soa, B.V. Huffman, Jesse Wilkinson, Geo. Budd, 
T. Ap Cateshy Jones, J. S M'Pherson, John Porter, IV, 
B. Finch, Wm. B. Shubrick, B. W. Booth, Alexander 
Claxten, Charles VV. Morgan. 

Archibald Henderson, Lieut Col. Comd. Marine Corps. 



Names and force 


of the Vessels of the U. States. 


Ships of the line. 




I Constellation 38 


Karnes. 


Guns. 


Congress 36 


Independence 




74 


Macedonian 3C 


Washington 




74 


Cvane 24 


North Carolina 




74 


John Adams, corvette l 24 


Ohio 




74 


Steam Frigate Fulton, at 


Franklin 




74 


New-York 


Columbus 




74 


Sloops of WaV) &c. 


Delaware 




74 


Erie 18 


One building; at Bos 


.on 


74 


Peacock 1& 


One at Portsmouth 




74 


Ontario 18 


One at Philadelphia 




74 


Hornet l8 


One do. at Norfolk 




44 


Enterprise 12 


Chippewa 74 ) 
New-Oi!eans 74^ 


under 
cover 


Spark 12 
Kagle 1* 


Frigates* 






N nsueh 14 


Constitution 




• 44 


Surprise 14 


United States 




44 


Schooners 


Cuerriere 




44 


Grampus, bhark, Porpoise, 


Java (past repair) 




U 


Alligator, Dolphin, each 12 


Pott mac 




44 


Linnet, (on Lake C.) 15 


One building at N.Y< 


>rk 


44 


Several of smaller size. 



159 

MINISTERS AND CONSULS 
Of Foreign power 8 resident in the United States. 



From France- 
Mr. Petry, consul general, Washington. 
L. De La Forrest, consul, Philade'phia. 
Francis B. Thierry, consul, Baltimore. 
Le Marquis De F>ugeres, consu', Charleston. 

From Great Britain 
Gibbs Crawford Antrobus, secretary of legation 
Anthony St. John Baker, consul general. 
James Buchanan, consul for State and city of New-York. 
George Manners, Boston. 
Gilbert UobertsoR, Philadelphia. 
Benjamin Moody, North and South Carolina. 
John Davidson, New-Orleans. 
James Stewart, New London. 

From Russia. 
Pierre de Poletica, envoy extraordinary and minister ple- 
nipotentiary. 

From Spain. 
Don Joaquin de Anduaga envoy extraordinary and min- 
ister plenipotentiary- 
Don Juan Stoughton, consul for N. Hampshire, Massa- 
chusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and Rhode-Island, at Bos- 
ton- 

From Portugal. 
Joseph .^mada Grehon, charge D'affaires. 

From Denmark. 
P. Pederson, minisle;' resident and consul general 

From Sweden and Norway. 
Paron Robert Stackelberg, Charge d'affaires. 
Severin Lorich, consul general, Philadelphia. 
Samuel Ulagge, Commerc al -flgeot, Boston, 
It Rogers, jr. do. Providence, R. I. 
From Prussia. 
Jacob Sperry, consul, Philadelphia^ 
J. W. Schmidt, consul, New York. 



160 

Ralph D. Forbes, consul, Boston. 

From Hamburgh, 
C. N Buck, consul general, Piii'adelphia. 
J. W. Schmidt vice consul, N- York. 
Frederick C Graff, Baltimore. 

From Sardinia. 
M Gasparre Deabatte, consul general, Philadelphia. 
P. V Bouland, vice consul, New-York. 
T. F Dougherty, do. I altimore. 
G. F Brette. ^o NorfohV 

From Austria. — Baron de Ledever, consul, New York. 
From Colombia— Dr. Sa zen. 

GOVERNORS of the several States. 

Maine. Albion K. Parris ; N Hampshire, L. Woodbury ; 
Vermont, C. P. Van Ness ; Rhode Island, VVm. C. Gibbs* 
Massachu&ettSjWm. Eustis ; Connecticut, Oliver Wolcott j 
New-York, Joseph G. Yates ; New Jersey, Isaac H Wil- 
liamson ; Pennsylvania, John A. Shuize ; Delaware, Sam'l. 
Paynter ; Maryland, Samuel Stevens, jr ; Virginia, James- 
Pleasants jr. ; N. Carolina, Gabriel Holme- ; S. Carolina, J. 
L Wilson j Georgia, G. M. Troup ; Kentucky, John A. 
dair ; Tennessee, VVm. Carroll ; Ohio, Jeremiah Morrow ; 
Louisiana, T. B. Robertson; Mississippi, Walter Leake; 
Indiana, VVm Hehdiicks ; Illinois, Ecward Coles ; Alaba- 
ma, Israel Pickens ; Missouri, Alexander McNair. 

Territorial Governments,— Michigan, Lewis Cass ; Ar* 
kansas, James Md'er ; Florida, William ?. Duvall. 

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LIST CF POST-OFFICES AND FC SI -MASTERS, 
IN CONNECTICUT. 

Post-Offices. Post-Masters. 

^shford Dye* Clark 

Barkhampsted Judah H. Roberts 

Berlin Je^e fiart 

Bethel (Daabury) Ortver Shepurd 

JSethlera S. Church, jr. 



161 

ISolton, Saul Alvord. Bradleysville, (Litchfield) Hen- 
ry Wadsworth. Branford, Jonathan Barker Bridgeport, 
Jesse Sterling. Bristol, Geo. Mitchell. Brookfield, Ro 
bert B. Buggies. Brooklyn, Adams White, jr. Burling- 
ton W. Lowry. Bozraville, C. Woodworth. Canaan, 
Wm. Douglass. South Canaan, Wni M. Burrill. Canter- 
bury, Gad Bulkley Canton. Jared Mills, jr. Chelsea 
Landing, Charles Kinney Cheshire, A raasa Hitchcock. 
Chester, Bani Denison. Colchester, Kalph Isham. Cole- 
brook, Silas Treat Colebrook Meeting Mouse, Ebenezer 
Jenks. Cornwall, Geo. Wheaton. Cornwall Bridge, Wm- 
Lewis. Coventry, Daniel Loomis, jr Souih Coventry, 
Martin Lyraan. Columbia, S.T.Hosmer Chatham, John 
Stewart. Danbury, Zalraon Wildman. Darien, Rufus 
Bell. Derby, Russel Hitchcock. Durham, James Robin- 
son. East-Goshen, David L. Parmelee. East Granby, 
Horace Clark East Haddara, Timothy Green. East- 
Hartford, Joseph Goodwin. East Windsor, Aaron Bissel. 
Enfield, ii Thompson. Ellsworth, (Aharon) Treat Camp. 
Ellington, Wm Morgan Essex Borough, A.Pratt. East- 
Guilford, Curtis Wilcox Faiifie'd, James Knapp. Far- 
rnington, Samuel Richards. Franklin, Amasa Hyde.— 
Glastenbury, Joseph Wells. Goshen, Theron Towner— 
Granby, Hezekiah Goodrich. Greenwich, Isaac Weed. 
Guilford, Reuben Elliott. Groton, Elijah Bailey. Had- 
dam, Charies Arnold. Hampton, Dan Bulksey Hartford, 
Jonathan Law Hartland, H. J. Humphrey Harwinton, 
Joel Bradley. Hebron, \, Hendee. do. Andove;-, L. Hen- 
dee. Huntington, Menzies Rayner. Humphreysville, 
John T. Wheeler. Jewett's City, (Griswold) JoRn John- 
son. Kent, D Swift. Killingly, H. Blashfieid Killing- 
worth, Samuel Crane. Lebanon, Roger Bailey Litch- 
field, Moses Seymour, jr. South Farms, E. J Woodruff. 
Lyme, G. T. Smith, do. River Head, Peter Comstock — 
Manchester, (Orford) Wells Woodbridge. Mansfield, 
Samuel A. Spalding. Marlborough, Enos H. Buell. Me- 
riden, Patrick Lewis Middlebury, Eli Thompson. Mid- 
dletown, Joshua Stow. do. Upper Houses, Jo iah Sage.— 
Milford, Jirah Bull. Mystic River, John Hyde. Middle- 
Haddara, John Stewart. Montville, John Chapman^— 



162 

New-Canaan, Samuel St. John. New-Hartford, T. Cowlee. 
New-Haven, Wm. H. Jones. New-London, Ebenezer 
Way. New-Milford, Philo Noble. New-Preston, Shelden 
Camp. Newtown, Czar Keeler. Norfolk, Joseph Jones. 
Northford, Augustus Tyler. Northington, A. Wheeler. 
North Killingworth, Aaron. Wilcox. North-Stonington y 
Tho. T. Wells Norwalk, Win. M. Betts. Norwich, 
John Hyde. Oxford, David Candee. Plainfield, Ebene- 
zer C. Eaton. Plymouth, ^polios Warner Pomfret, 
Lemuel Grosvenor. Preston, Samuel M Downer. Red- 
ding, Billy Comstock. Ridgefield, William Keeler.— 
Ridgebury, S. C, Lynes. Rocky Hill (Wethersfield) Wm. 
Robbins. Roxbury, R. R. Hinman Salem, J. Whittlesey. 
Salem, N. H. A. Sanford. Salisbury, A. C. Peet. Sauga- 
tuck, Stephen Morehouse. Say brook, Humphrey Pratt. 
Scotland, (W.) Daniel Tracy. Sharon, George King, jr. 
Sherman, Lewis Starr. Simsbury, Jeffrey O. Phelps — »■ 
Somers, Walter R. Kibbee. Southington, Chester Whit- 
tlesey. Stafford Springs,Benning Mann. Stamford, James 
Stevens. Sterling, Benjamin Tuckerman. Southbury r , 
Sh Osborn. Stonington, Gurdon Trumbull. Stratford, 
David Brooks. Suffield, William Gay. Thompson, Ste- 
phen %. Tet't. Tolland, Stephen Eaton. Torringford, 
Nat. Smith. Trumbull, Elihu Beach. Torrington, Har- 
vey Palmer. Vernon, Lebbeus P. Tinker. Wallingford, 
James Can ington. Warehouse Point (E. W.) Charles S. 
Phelps. Washington, H. Marshall. Waterbury, F. Le- 
venworth. Watutrwn, Benjamin De Forest. Weston, 
Jesse Waktman. West-Brook, *#mos T. Wilcox. West- 
Chester, Franklin G, Comstock. West Hartford, *#aronr 
Goodman. Wethersfteld, James L. Belden. Wilton, A. 
R. Betts. Willingtcn, Jonar Weston, jr. Winchester, 
Horace Higley. Windham, Charles Taintor. Wintonlu- 
ry, J. Burnstead. Warren, John Tallmadge. Windsor 
Wm. Howard. Wccdbury, Wm. Perry. Woodstock 
Geo.Bi wen. W instead, — . New -Preston, s helden Camp. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Foi\single letters, composed of one piece of paper—any 
distance n©t exceeding 86 miles, 8 cents— over S§, and not 



163 



exceeding 80 miles, 10 cents— Over 80 t and not exceeding 
150 miles, 12 1-2 cent9— Over 150, and not exceeding 400 
miles, 18 3-4 cents— Over 4o0 miles, 25 cents— Double let- 
ters, or those composed of two pieces of paper, are charged 
with double those rates — Triple letters, with triple those 
rates— Quadruple letters, with quadruple those rates, pro- 
vided they weigh one ounce ; otherwise, with triple post- 
age. Every packet composed of four or more pieces of pa- 
per, and weighing one ounce or more, is to be charged 
with single postage for eaeh quarter of an ounce ; except 
letters conveyed by water mails, which are not to be charg- 
ed wiih more than quadruple postage, unless the packets 
actually contain more than four distinct letters. 

Newspapers— Each paper carried not over 100 miles, I 
cent— Over 100 miles, 1 I *2 cents ; but if carried to any 
post office in the State in which it is printed, whatever be 
the distance, the rate is 1 cent. 

Magazines and Pamphlets, are rated by the sheet — 
Carried not over 59 miles, per sheet, 1 cent — over 50, and 
not over 100 miles, 1 1-2 tents — any greater distance, 2 
cents 





ROADS. 




Old Road from 


Boston 


to 


Palmer 


8 


New -York, 




Wilbraham 


7 


To Cambridge 




3 


Springfield 


10 


Water town 




4 


Suffield 


11 


Waltham 




3 


Windsor 


10 


Weston 




S 


Hartford 


7 


Sudbury 




4 


Uerlin 


11 


Marlboro' 




•0 


Meriden 


6 


Northboro' 




5 


Wallingford 


8 


Shrewsbury 




5 


NTew-Haveu 


9 


Worcester 




6 


Miifnd 


9 


Leicester 




G 


^tratford 


5 


Spencer 




5 


'Sridgeport 


4 


lirookfield 




7 


Fairfield 


i 


Weston 


6 12 


Saugatuc 


C 



164 



Norwalk 

DarieD 5 1 2 

Stamford 4 1-2 

Horseneck 7 

Rye 5 

East Chester 10 

West Farms 4 

Harlem-Bridge 4 

New -York 8 

Whole distance 235 

From Boston to Hart- 
ford 123 
Hartford lo N.York 112 

— 235 

Turnpike from New- London 
to Providence & Boston. 

To Mystic— Williams 7 7 1-2 

N. Stonington -Mi- 
ner's 8 12 

Hopkinton City 2 l 

West Greenwich, 
Blake's 

Providence 16 1-2 

Boston 4£ 

Whole distance 92 1-2 

From New- London to Nor 

-wick and Boston. 

To Montville ; 

Norwich ( 

.Jewett's City \ 

Plainfield I 

Sterling l 

Scituate 1 ; 

Providence 15 
Attleborough 



WalpoJe 
Dedham 
Boston 



10 

It) 
10 



— Total 100 
From Boston to Portland. 
Lynn r 

Srdem 17 

Ipswich 12 

Newbury port 12 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth 20 

Portland 7 

Total 119 
From New London to New* 

Haven. 
Lyme 10 

-ay brook 3 

Killingworth 3 

Guilford 9 

Branford, Barker 9 

New -Haven 8 

— Total 53 
From J\ew London to Hart' 

ford. 
Waterford— 5 

Montville— Turner 3 

Saem 6 

Colchester 6 

Marlborough— Buell 8 ' 

Glastenbury— -Hoiister 5 

Wells 5 

Hartford 4 3-4 

— Total 42 3-4 
From Hartford to sllbany. 

Norihington, 10 

N. Hartford, jo 

Winchester, 8 

Norfolk, 8 

Sheffield, 14 



165 



Great Barrington, 

W. Stockbridge, 

N. Canaan, 

Chatham, 

Nassau Village, 

Schodack, 

Albany, (N. S. Skinner.) 

— Total 94 
From Albany to Utica. 
Schenectady 14 

Amsterdam 16 

Cauknawauga 9 

Johnston 7 

Palatine 14 

Manheim 5 

Litle Fa! la 7 

Herkimer 7 

Sehuyler 6 

Utica 10 

From Utica to Canandaiguu 
New- Hartford 
Westmoreland 
Vernon 
Lenox 
Sullivan 
Manlius 
East-Hill 
West-Hill 
Marcellus 
Nine-mile creek 
Skeneatelos 
Auburn 
Cayuga 
Geneva 
Gorham 
Canandaigua 
From Canandaigua to Buf 

falo. 
E?st Bloomfield e 



West-Bloomfield 

Lima 

\\on 

Caledonia 

Batavia 

Uuffalo 



S 
5 
S 
7 
18 
36 



From Canandaigua to Nia- 
gara Falls. 

Geuessee Uiver 27 1-2 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

Chippewa 19 

Niagara Falls 3 1-2 

— 112 

From Providence to Hart* 

ford. 

Plainfield SO 

Windham 14 

Hartford 30 
Middle lioad from Boston 

to Hartford, 

Dedham 10 

Mendon 22 

Ux bridge 6 

Douglass 5 

Thompson g 

Pomf- et Q 

\shford U 

Mansfield 8 

Coventry (J 

East- Hartford 14 

Hartford \ 

97 

From Hartford^ to N. Haven 

through JMiddletQ-wn. 

Mividletown 15 

Wal'mgford 14 

New- Haven 13 



166 



Hartford io Windsor, Vt. 
Springfield 28 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 18 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

From JV. London to Newport 
Westerly 15 

Tower-Hill 25 

Narraganset Ferry 
Newport 
From N. York to Washington 
Princeton 52 



Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 128 
Susquehanna (Havre) 15g 

Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 232 

Post Road from Boston t$ 

Hartford. 

Framingham 20 

Worcester 18 

!°turbridge 18 

Stafford 16 

Vernon 12 

Hartford H 



Additions and Corrections, 
ADD — Deputy Sheriffs, Norris Wilcox, Berlin ; Pier 
pont Hollister, Manchester ; Gurdon Wells, Wethersfield 
William Hicock, Southhury ; John Peck, Monroe.— Attor- 
neys Cyrus tf. Beardslee, Monroe ; N. P. Perry, moved 

to N". MilC »'d ; Dutton, A K. Botsford, Newtown 

Linus Par melee. Haddatn —Clerk of Probate ■, Waterbu 
ry, Charles S Kingsbury.— Town Clerk, Farmington, Sa 
muet Kichards. — Collector, Hartford, Ben). Hastings — Jus 
tices, Monroe. Samuel Wheeler, Abe\ French, S. Weils, I 
A. Beardslee, Lew Edwards, Sec. Ep Conv. Con. Rev 
Menzies tiayner 

EKASE-I Bep. Sheriffs, Jona. Wells, Glastenbury ; *£sa 
Johnson, Southbury. — Attorneys, A.K. Botsford, Redding- ; 
T. JShepard, Newtown ; J. Watson, E Windsor ; Nathaniel 
P. Perry, Ww >d bury.— Justices t E. Chaffee, Canterbury ; 
Erastus Strong, East Wiudsor ; N. P. Perry, Woodbury ; 
T. Shepard, Newtown — Rev.T. Marsh, BG.Noble, p. 61 

Ministers' Annuity Society. 
Rev. Ahe\ Fi.it, d. d. Presuleut. Rev Elijah Water- 
*ian, Vice President, iiev. Thomas Robbms, Secretary.—- 
Andrew Kingsbury, esq Treasurer. 

Directors. — Reverend Thos. Bobbins, Wm. L. Strong, 
Joshua L. Williams, Hubbe' Loomis 

Rev. Abel Flint, Auditor. 



167 



suitor's Jlotice. 



In consequence of not receiving the requisite communi- 
eations, from several of our obliging correspondents, until 
very late in the season, the Editor has been compelled to 
omit several articles, and could not give that regular ar- 
rangement to the work, which propriety and convenience 
wo aid dictate. He offers these suggestions as an apology, 
not as a complaint. 

We are truly grateful for the assistance received, 
amidst the arduous duties of compiling the Register, and 
earnestly solicit a continuance of the aid of eur numerous 
and obliging correspondents, 

S. GREEN. 



INDEX. 



ACADEMY Bacon, 

Cheshire, 

Plainfield, 

Military, 
Agricultural Society, 
Almanack, 
Allotment Judges, 
Annuity Society 
Asylum, 
Associations, 
Attorneys, see Counties. 
BANKS, 

Bridgeport 

Eagle 

Hartford 

Litchfield 



page 
46 
45 
46 
47 
117 

25 
166 

80 
59 



106 
106 
tOfl 

10S 



Middletown 

New-Haven 

New- London 

Norwich 

Phoenix 

Stonington 

Union 

U. S. Branch 

Windham 
Bible Soc. N. London 
Bishops, 



105 
105 
104 
104 
102 
106 
104 
106 
145 
07 
70 71 



Bishop's Fund Trustees, 62 



Baptist Managers, 

Boroughs, 

Bridges, 

CENSUS, 

Courts, 



71 72 

114 

92 

8 

14$ 



168 



Conferences, Methodist, 71 

Cities, 112 

Colleges— New-Haven, 44 

Harvard, 4fi 

Williams, 46 

Dartmouth 47 
Providence 

Washington, Trustees, 

Commis. on Assessments, 76 

Connect. Government. 

Exec, and legislative, 21 

Judicial and Civil, 25 

Hartford County, 26 

New-Haven, 28 

New London, 30 

Fairfield, 33 

Windham, 35 

Litchfield, 37 

Middlesex, 40 

Tolland, 41 

E. CLERGY, unsettled, 71 

Eclipses, 3 

Elector's Meetings, 6 

FERRIES, 93 

Festivals and Fasts, 6> 

Gen. Association 60 

Certifying Committee, 6 

Receivers of Money, 6 ; 

Grand Levy 85 

Insurance Com. Marine 115 

do. Fire 11 6 

MILITIA. US 

Masonic, 

Chapters 109 

Council i09 

Encampment IlK 

Lodges 1 H 

Select Masters I4i 

Medical Society, 100 



Examiners 46 

Ministers and Churches, 50 

Do. unsettled, 58 

Do. Delegates, 60 

Do. Licentiates, 59 

Missionary societies, 95 

Do. Domestic 96 

Do. Hartford 97 

Mission School, 98 

A.B C.Foreign Missions, 100 

Notaries, 111 

Probate Courts, 43 

Postage Rates 162 

Post Masters Con. 160 

Retreat for Insane, 76 

Roads, 86 

Saving So. Hartford, 103 

New-Hnven, 145 

Sec. Baptist .?sso. 62 

Selectmen & Treasurers, S2 

Surveyors Land, 94 

TABLES— Tides, 4 

Interest, 5 

For. Coins, 6 

Cents, T 

Town Clerks & Collec. 72 

United States' Calendar. 

^rmy, , 56 

Clerks, U. S. Courts, 154 

Collectors, &c. U. S. 154 

Diplomatic, 154 

Executive, 148 

Governors of States, 160 

Judiciary, 153 

Ministers and Consuls, 159 

Navy, 15? 

Post-Offiee, 148 

Representatives, 150 

Senators, 149 



I 



~m 




974.6 
"7673a 
L825 
.217009 



W.L. 



JENEALO^Y COLlJECfRHK 



\ 






1825. 

THE 

ANNUAL CONNECTICUT 

REGISTER 



? 



WLnittlf States' €<nUvftM : 

CONTAINING 
An Almanack; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, Civi! 
and Military Officers of the State of Connecticut ; 
Principal Town Officers; Notaries Public; Clergv ; 
Clerical, Medical, Masonic, Agricultural, Religious, 
Charitable, and Missionary Societies ; City, Borough, 
Bank and Militia Officers ; Commissioners Turnpikes, 
Bridges and Ferries ; Officers of Colleges and Acade 
mies ; Attorneys; Courts ; Governors of the States ; 
Government of the United States, Executive, Legis- 
lative, Judicial,and Tentorial ; Army aud Navy Lists ; 
Collectors & Surveyors ; Ministers and Consuls ; Post 
Masters ; Postage, lioads ; Table of Interest, Tides, 
Foreign Coins, &c. 



CO BE CONTINUED ANltUALLY, 



NEW-LONDON: 

COMPILED, PRINTED, AND SOLD JIT 

SAMUEL GREEN. 



V atesaa 




JDISTRICT OF CONNS CTICT7T, SS* 

BE IT REMEMBERED, ThatjOn the 
fourteenth day of October, in the forty-seventh 
^ar of the Independence of the United States of 
America, Samuel Green, of said District, 
^■feath deposited iu this office 'ha Title of a Bj>ok, the right 
■whereof he clarris as Proprietor, in the words following, 
Jo wit :— -" The Connecticut Annual Register, and United 
States Calender. Containing an Almanack ; Executive, 
Legislative, Judicial Civil and Military Officers of the State 
of Connecticut, Notaries Public ; Principal Town Officers .; 
Clergy; Officers of the Clerical, Religious, Medical, Ma« 
sonic, Agricultural, Charitable, and Missionary Societies ; 
City, Borough, Bank, and Militia officers ; Commissioners 
Turnpike>«, Bridges, and Ferries ; Officers of Colleges and 
Academies ; Courts ; Governors of the States ; Government 
•f the United States ; Executive, Legislative, Judicial, and 
Territorial ; Army and Navy Lists; Collectors and Survey- 
ors, Ministers and Consuls ; Post-Master3 ; Postage, Roads* 
Tables of Interest, Tides, Foreign Coins, &c c — To be coni 
tinued annually. 

In co iforunity to the Act of the Congress of the United* 
States entitled," An Act for the encouragemeut of learning, 
Tt>y securin >: the copies of Maps, Charts and Books, to tht 
Authors and Proprietors of them during the times therein 
Wntioaed," 

•CHARLES A. INGER30LL, 
CUrk oftheJDistrict of Connecticut 



.217009 



ECLIPSES, 

IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD^ 

4JMM* 

There will be four eclipses this year, in the following 
crder, viz. 

I. The firat will be of the Moon, May 31, at 7h.llm„ 
in the afternoon, invisible, The eclipse ends a few min- 
utes before the moon rises. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, June 16, at 7h. 35m» 
la the morning ; to us invisible, by reason of the moon's 
south latitude. 

HI. The third will be of the Moon, November 25, at 
llh. 25m. in the morning, to us invisible. 

IV\ The fourth will be of the Sun, December 9, a part 
of which will be visible to those who have a clear, horizon, 
by calculation as follows, viz. 

Beginning at 4 2) a 

The sun sets at 4 32 A PP<*rent time in 

Duration of visibility, 30) tht afternoon. 

Digits eclipsed, $ \4 oa the sua'* southern lim*. $t 
' the time of settmg, 



f 



1ABLE, showing the difference of High Water , 
at several places from New London, 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows th« time 
of high water at New Lonc'on, New York, Elizabethtow n 
Point, Turpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cockspur in 
Georgia,and Brunswick in N. Carolina — to which U you 
add and subtract as in the annexed table, you will have 
the tiaie of high water at the following places. A shews 
that the annexed quantities of time must be added; S sub- 
tracted— H stands for hours ; M for minutes. 



Names of Places. 

Amboy S. 

JVnnapolis, Md. S. 

nnapolis, Novs % A. 



E 

New Bedford 
Boston 
Cape Ann 
Cape Fear 
Casco Bay 
Charleston Bar 
Fairfield 
Frederica 
Georgetown Bar 
Guilford 
Halifax 
Hell Gate 
Hartford 
Huntington 
Ipswich 
Jamestown 
Louisbourgh 
Main Ocean 
Mobile Point 
antucket 



t 



H.M. 

45 
2 
3 

1 12 

2 15 
2 45, 



Karnes of Pfcces. 
Newbury port A. 
New Haven A. 

New Providence S. 
Norwich Landing A. 



Penobscot 
Fensacola 



1 Philadelphia 



A. 

S. 
A. 



H.M 

2 45 
1 50 
1 25 
45 

3 



A. 


2 15 


Piscataway 


A. 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth 


A. 


A. 


2 


Port Royal, S, Q, 


S. 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth 


A. 


S. 


2 20 


Providence 


S. 


A. 


1 30 


Quebec 


A. 


A, 


3 


Rhode Island 


S. 


A, 


30 


Salem 


A. 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook 


A. 


A. 


2 


Savannah 


S. 


A. 


2 45 


:^ay brook 


A. 


A. 


5.Q 


fct. Augustine, 2?, 


S. 


A. 


3 


St. John's Neuf 


A. 


S. 


45 


Tybee Bar 


A. 


A. 


6 


Williams. Va. 


A. 


$ 


1 30 


Wilmington,N.C 


, A. 



1 

4 
2 
1 

2 
1 
3 

2 

1 

15 

1 25 
3 9 
15 

2 15 
2 IS 





20 

40 

45 

30 

45 



4? 

45 

55 

1* 



1 Mo. 



JANUARY hath 31 days. 



(tail mo! 4d. 6ti 52m. aft. 
Last qr. ltd llh. 6m. mo. 



1Mb, j 



New mo.l8f].10h. 56m. at'. 
First qr. 273.31). 37m. mo. 



m|w| 



Calendar, 6cc. |©'-|(v) s |^.s*v.|r. ]) s. 



1 


7 


2 


'■> 


3 


2 


4 


3 


5 


4 


6 


5 


7 


6 


8 


7 


9 


E 


10 


2 


n 


3 


12 


4 


13 


5 


14 


6 


15 


7 


16 


B 


17 


2 


18 


3 


19 


4 


20 


5 


21 


6 


.22 


7 


23 


B 


24 


2 


25 


3 


26 


4 


27 


5 


28 


6 


29 


7 


30 
£1 


B 


2 



Circum. 

2d. aft. Christ. Expect 

>now or rain near this 

Jupiter ri?e 6h. 50m. ev. 

Day break 5h. 43m. time, 

Epiph. high tides 

$ station, j perigee. 

Vs. sets 7h.53m. Moderate 

1st, Sund. after Epiph. but 

soon grows cold , and we 

7*s South 7h. 56m. may 

day break 6h, 38m. expect 

V. sets 8h. some snow 

near this time 

Days inc. 20m. 

2d aft. Epiph, Cold 

weather. Looks likely for 

o C O- snow - 

Jupiter rise 5b. 33m. ev^. 
enters *#6h. 26m. mo. 

Pleasant for the 
} apogee. season. 

3d aft. Epi. 

Moderate. 
Conver. St. Paul. 
V. sets 8h. 25m. 

Cold and stormy. 

slow clock lSm. 

Septuages Sund. 

*l stationa. Pleasant. 



7 28 


4 32 


6 16 


7 28 


4 32 


7 13 


7 27 


4 33 


8 11 


7 27 


4 33 


9 10 


7 26 


4 34 


10 8 


7 26 


4 34 


11 3 


7 25 


4 35 


11 58 


7 24 


4 36 


morn. 


7 24 


4 36 


47 


7 23 


4 37 


1 37 


7 22 


4 3'8 


2 28 


7 22 


4 38 


3 19 


7 21 


4 39 


4 11 


7 20 


4 40 


5 5 


7 20 


4 40 


5 59 


7 19 


4 41 


6 52 


7 18 


4 42 


7 46 


7 17 


4 43 


8 36 


7 16 


4 44 


9 24 


7 15 


4 45 


10 8 


7 14 


4 46 


10 51 


7 13 


4 47 


11 32 


7 12 


4 48 


aft. 12 


7 11 


4 49 


52 


7 10 


4 50 


1 34 


7 9 


4 51 


2 17 


7 8 


4 52 


3 4 


7 7 


4 53 


3 54 


7 6 


4 54 


4 47 


7 5 


4 55 


5 44 


7 4 


4 56 


6 42 



3 51 

4 52 

5 53 
Jri 

5 50 

7 4 

8 If 

9 24 

10 41 

11 51 
morn 

1 c x 



2 12 

3 V 

4 2! 

5 1! 
6 

J set 

5 4( 

6 4C 

7 40 

8 4f 

9 3C 

10 3' 

11 31 
morn. 

3( 

1 3( 

2 3( 

3 « 

4 21 



II Mo. FEBRUARY hath 23 day?. 1325. 


Pull mo. 3d. 6b. 23m. mo. 


rjewiho. 17d.5h. I8m.ai'ier.-- 


liftStrqf. 9d.9h. 9m. after. 


First qr. 251. 8h. 55m. aff. 


m|w| Calendar, &c. |©'«| 


(v}». 


P.sea |r $ ,. 


1 


3 


V. sets 8h. 37ra. 


7 3 


4 57 


7~4T 


5 11 


2 


4 


Purif. B.V.M. 


7 2 


4 58 


8 39 


Prise 


3 


5 


sl.cl'k. 14m. 


7 1 


4 59 


9 35 


5 44 


4 


6 


2) perigee. Expect snow 


6 59 


5 1 


10 29 


7 00 


5 


7 


High tides or rain 


6 58 


5 2 


11 22 


16 


6 


B 


Sexages sund* near 


6 57 


5 3 


motif! 


8 31: 


7 


2 


Day br. 5h 17m. this 


6 56 


5 4 


14 


10 46 


8 


3 


7*s. sou, 6h. time. 


6 54 


5 6 


f 7 


11 56 


9 


4 


Variable weather. 


6 53 


5 7 


2 1 


morn. 


10 


5 


5 Grelong. 


6 52 


5 8 


2 56 


1 5 


11 


6 


Days increase lh. 18m, 


6 51 


5 9 


3 51 


2 7 


12 


7 


VT» sets 9 o'clock 


6 49 


5 11 


4 45 


3 9 


13 


B 


Ctuinquages. Chilling 


6 48 


5 12 


5 38 


3 49 


14 


2 


Valentine wind, 


6 47 


5 13 


6 19 


4 29 


15 


3 


Sh-ove Tues. some 


6 46 


5 14 


7 17 


5 7 


16 


4 


Ash Wedns. snow. 


6 44 


5 16 


8 3 


5 44 


17 


5 


Clear and cold. 


6 43 5 17 


8 46 


j)setr 


18 


6 


ent. X 9h. 7 after. 


6 42 


5 18 


9 28 


6 30 


19 


7 


} apogee Pleasant. 


6 41 


5 19 


10 8 


7 27 


20 


B 


1st Sund, in Lenf. 


6 39 


5 21 


10 49 


8 25 


21 


2 


Moderate for v inter. 


6 38J5 22 


11 30 


9 23 


22 


3 


©stow clock 13m. 


6 36|5 24 


aft.13 


10 22 


23 


4 


Day break 4b. 55m. 


6 35j5 25 


58 


11 23 


24 


5 


St. Matt. 


6 345 26 


1 46 


morn. 


25 


6 


V. sets 9h.<23m. 


6 32$ 28 


2 37 


23 


26 


7 


Now expect snow or 


6 31 15 29 
6 30.5 30 


3 31 


1 18 


27 


§ 


2d. in Lent. rain. 


4 27 


2 9 


28 


• 




6 23 5 32 


5 24 


3 1 


TV 


t* Planet Venus f 9 ) v' ! ■ •» Evening Star 


until 


ib- 19thofM^y; thence Morning q Ur to the year's 


*:•"'. I 



Ill 1M0. 



MARCH hHtbtfl day* 



1825 



Full mb. 4t!. 4!i. 3*m. alter 
Lnst qr. Hi!. 9h. 32m. morn. 



•«\v mj. 19 1. till. 36.-. uii 
First qr. 27 ! tOh. 23 . b , 



AilWI 



Caiend r\ Sec. 




10 

n 

12 
13 

14 
15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 6 

26 

.27 

28 

po 

3V 



5 341 
5 35 



1(3 J set 9b. 31m. eve. 6 26 

2|4 Jupiter sets 4b. 53m. morn. 6 25 
315 7*s set midnight. Expect 6 23 
416 } perigee, a coldsuwm 6 25 

5 7 High tides near this 6 21 

6\B 3d Sund in lent. time. 6 19 

2 % sets 4h. 30m. morn. 6 1! 

3 £ Gr elong ©si clock 11m 6 16 

4 Chilling winds. 6 15 

5 Daybreak lb. 39m. 6 14 

6 Expect snow 6 12 

7 Twil Shortest. or 6 11 
B 4 in lent. rain 6 10 

2 near this time. 6 8 

3 ? sets 9b. 55m. 

4 Prays length llh. 50m. 

5 Pleasant for 

6 3 apogee lb* season. 6 

7 Jupiter sets 3U 4lm. morn. G 
B 5th in lent. O em op. 6 0|6 

2 Benedict. Blustering 5 5^ 6 

3 7*s set 11 oVlock weather. 5 57 

4 ^ high 6 > 2 5 
D«y break 4b. 16m. 5 54 
Venus setslOh. 8m. 5 5S 

7 ^'up. rf0 5 5 51 

B 6ih in lent. Palm sund. 5 50 

2 Now expect raiD 5 49|6 Tl 

3 or snow 5 47j6 13 

4 % station. 5 46j6 14 
Pleasan*. (5 45S 15 



t£)-.l(v ) IF.sea) ^ 
3 46 



6 22 

7 18 



6 7 

6 5 
6 4 
6 3 

1 



37 
38 
39 
41 

5 42 

5 45 
45 

5 46 
48 

5 49, 
50 

5 52 
53 

5 55 
56 

5 57 

59 





6 
6 

6 ( 
6 

6 9 
6 10 



8 14 
9 
10 3 

10 58 

11 51 
a oit 

50 

1 47 

2 44 

3 38 

4 31 

5 20 

6 6 

6 50 

7 32 

8 13 

8 54 

9 36 
10 19 

3]11 3 

4 11 50 

aft. 40 

1 32 

2 26 

3 11 

4 16 

5 11 

6 5 



2 1 



4 32 

5 3 
Jrs 

7 9 

8 25 

9 42 
10 53 
morn. 

5 

57j 

1 50 1 

2 35 

3 21 

3 54 

4 27 

4 50 

5 13 
sets 

7 22 

8 21 

9 21 
10 19 
1J 18 
morn 

11 

59 

1 44 

2 29 

3 8, 



6 59 3 46' 



hv. xMo. 



APK1L I att, 30 ays. 



1825.! 





Full 


mo. 3d. In. 36m. mo. 


New m». 


18 '. 


4n.33m. mo. 




La 


stqr.10t1.0h. 22m. mo. 


First 


qr. 25ch 7h. 21m. aft. 




lwl Calendar, &c. 


®r.l©s lFsea jr. )$, 




1 


6 


Good Friday. Cold and 


}5 43 


6 17 


7 53 


4 18 




2 


7 


D perigee 


5 42 


6 18 


8 48 


J) rise 




3 


B 


•Easter Day. High tides 


5 41 


6 19 


9 44 


7 22 




4 


2 


Electors'meeting. Biuster- 


5 39 


6 21 


10 42 


8 37 




5 


3 


E. Tues. ing, pleasant. 


5 38 


6 22 


11 41 


9 52 




6 


4 


7*s set 10 o'clock 


5 36 


6 24 


morn. 


10 39 




7 


5 


V. sets 10h. 17m. 


5 35 


6 25 


40 


11 55 




8 


6 


Daybr. 3h. 55m* 


5 34 


6 26 


1 37 


morn- 


1 


9 


7 


Variable weather* 


5 32 


6 28 


2 32 


46 




lO 


B 


1st af. East, low Suod. 


5 31 


6 29 


3 23 


1 26 




ll 


2 


Some sign&of a storm. 


5 30 


6 30 


4 11 


1 59 


i 


123 


Days length 13h. 4m. 


5 28 


6 32 


4 56 


2 31 




134 


V. sets 10h. 14m. 


5 27 


6 33 


5 39 


2 56 




14 


5 


J. sets 2n. 12m. morn. 


5 26 


6 34 


6 21 


3 21 




J5 


6 


J apogee 


5 24 


6 36 


7 1 


S 46 




16 


7 


Now 


5 23 


9 37 


7 42 


4 10 




17 


B 


2A, aft. East. expect 


5 22 


6 38 


8 25 


Dset 




18 


2 


Daybr.3h.S3m. a 


5 21 


6 39 


9 10 


7 26 




19 


3 


O ent & cold storm 


5 19 


6 41 


10 6 


8 23 




% 


4 


East term begins near 


5 18 


6 42 


10 44 


9 20 




2i 


5 


this time* 


5 17 


6 43 


11 36 


10 15 




22 6 


2 runs high $ g r elong 


5 15 


6 45 


aft.30 


11 11 




23 7 


Pleasant. 


5 14 


6 46 


1 24 


11-57 




24 


B 


8d. aft- Easter. 


5 13 


6 47 


2 18 


morn. 


g 


25 


2 


9 sets 9h. 49m. 


5 12 


6 48 


3 11 


42 


fas 


8 


St. Mark. ftowry. 


5 11 


6 49 


4 3 


1 16 


127 


4 


9 Station. 


5 9 


6 51 


4 55 


1 49 


•.128 


5 


Thick air. Showers in 


5 8 


6 52 


5 47 


2 21 


129 


6 


©fast elk. 3m. 


5 7 


6 53 


6 39 


2 52 


i 


EQ 


7 


J perigee many places. 


5 6 


6 54 


7 33 


3 25 



y. Mo. 



MAY hath SI Jays. 



182S. 



Full mo. 2d. lOh 12 n. m -. 
Last qr. 9J. 4h. 33m. after. 



New mo. 17; .7li. lUmaft, 
Eirtt.qr.S5d. 2b. 4 . mo, 
Fall rr.o. 31 7h; 11 ■. . af 



'ii w: 



Jalendar, fccc 



22f»H?hitsund. 
ff mond 



3^4'ti ctttKast. 

Jupiter sets lh. 10m. morn. 

Cool for May and 
Elect* at Hartford rather 
7*s set 8b. 15m. dry 

Day break Sh 3m ■> 
Venus sets 8h. 45m. 
i3|ith aft. East. Rog Sund. 
Changeable weather* 
fast elk. 4m. 

Pleasant weather, some 

\scen. Holy Thurs. wan' 

3 apogee in £ $ of 

% sets Oh. 25m. mo. rain. 

Sun. aft. Asc. 

Some rain near this time 
Days length 14h. 24m. 
6 D 9 6 D ? 

ant, spring tdvances. 
ent niOh. 13m. 



A growing 

season, 4 42 



24 3 3 cool weather, frequen 

25 4jV r rise 4b. morn, showers, 

26 5 (5 O some 

27 G want of 

28 7 "J perigee rain, 

29 .B Trin. Sund. naw comes 
2 an Easterly storm. 

31J3 Q fast clock 3m. 




VI Mo. JUNE hath 30 days. 1825. 


Lastqr. 8d. 9b. 30m. morn. 


Firstqr.23d.6h. 28m. mor. 


New mo.16il.7h.35m. morn. 


Full mo.30d.5h. 17m 


. mo . 


Mlw| Calendar* Sec. l\Y>r.|(v;?.|F sea/. ( «?. 


14 V. rise 3h. 31 m. mor. 


4 36 


7 24 


110 t 


I 8 26 


2 5 A growing season. 


4 36 


7 24 


11 4 


9 1S< 


3 6* Trin. term begins. 


4 35 


7 25 


11 57 


9 5£ 


4 7 Pleasant weather. 


4 34 


7 26 


morn 


10 a 


5 Bfcl aft. Trin. 


4 34 


7 26 


46 


11 1 


6 2 Day br. 2h. 19m. 


4 33 


7 27 


1 31 


11 35 


7 3 Jup. sec* 10 fe.56m.eve. 


4-33 


7 27 


2 15 


morn. 


8 4 V. rise 3b. 12m. morn. 


4 33 


7 27 


2 56 


5 


9 5 Moon apogee. Distan< 


4 32 


7 28 


3 37 


•0 2^ 


10 6 V. station, thunder 


4 32 


7 28 


4 18 


41 


11 7 St. Bait. Grows rathei 


4 32 


7 28 


5 


f 9 


12 #£ Aft. Trin. dry 


4 31 


7 29 


5 44 


1 37 


13 2 7*s rise 2h. 42m. morn. 


4 31 


7 29 


6 31 


2 19 


14 3 » Heat increases. 


4 31 


7 29 


7 21 


2 51 


15 1 Daybr. 2b. 14m. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 14 


3 3f 


16 5 Now expect rain. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 9 


*.$<•« 


17 6 Fall tides. 


4 31 


7 29 


10 5 


8 34 


48 ? Jupiter sets 10h.18m.eve. 


4 30 


7 30 


10 59 


V 8 


19 #3d after Trin. Thunder 


4 30 


7 30 


11 53 


9 53 


20 2 showers in many places. 


4 30 


7 30 


alt. 44 


10 15 


21 ^ © ent. 93 6b. 48m. after. 


4 30 


7 30 


1 35 


10 56 


32 4 Trin. term ends. 


4 30 


7 30 


2 24 


11 26 


23 5 Mooq perigee. Looks like 


4 30 


7 30 


3 15 


1&4 


24 6 .Vat. St. John Bapt. rain. 


4 30 


7 29 


4 6 


|^or.«» 
& 


25 7 9 rise 2h, l'^m. morn. 


4 31 


7 29 


4 59 


26 a 4th aft. Trin. 


4 31 


7 29 


5 55 


1 4 


27 2 Qslow clock 3m. 


1 31 


7 29 


6 52 


1 5 


28 3 A fine season. 


1*31 


7 29 


7 50 


2 r 


29 4 St. Peter. Rain is at 


i 31 ' 


7 29 8 46 


3 s 


jjg.5 O0H hand. 


4 3J\7 29l 9 41 



VIT. Mo. 



JULY hn 31 <!i.vs. 



1855. 



La^tqr. 8c'. h. 37 . :.i rn. Fii>l qr.2t<l Kb. 47i. .m. 
New mo. i:>d. 5: . 38-". after Ful*. mo.29d.5h.10u . a t. 



Calendar &C« J<?| r. {©a | W^Bt *j/\ ]) s. 



Miwj 



8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 3 
27 '4 
28|5 
296 
!307 
31 



V. ri&e 2X>. 5ii;. uaoru. 
Visit. BViM. Heat 

fy ji>th aft. Trin. increasts 
ludepend. decl. 1776 
Day break 2b. 12m. 
j apogee. Cool for Jul 
Jupiter sets 9b. 10m. 
V. rise lb. 54ir,. morn. 
Sup. 6 ^ . Showers in 
J^B6 aft. Trin. sort.e 

Days dec. 12m. places 

warm weather.- Thunder 
Jupiter se's 8h. 50a). it; 

Mary places. 
Day b r . 2h. 30m. 

The weather grows dry. 
iW. Trii . 
i^h fides 
^ pergee 
V. rise lb. 4 1m. rr>orri. 

Sultry weather, flying 
clouds, sho,w< rs in many 
l:en'. JJ 5b. 38m. morr. 
Off aft. Trin. 
E>Og days begin places. 
Jupiter sets 8b. 4m. 

Now expect 
V. gr. Rlonr. ra i n 

0slow clock 6m. 

near this time 
'BWtl* aft. Trin. 



?ft 



32 
32 

32 

33 7 
3317 

7 

34 7 
7 
7 



44 

45 

4 46 

4 47 

48 

49 

30 

51 

4 52 

53 



10 31 

11 19 
morn 

3 

46 

1 27 



7 17 

15 

H 
13 



j€ h 



2 

2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
6 
7 

8 44 

9 39 

10 33 

11 25 
it .16 

1 7 

1 59 

2 52 
S 46 11 44 
4 42 morif. 



8 24 

8 55 

9 26 
9 49 

10-12 
m 38 
ft 3 
11 32 
morr. 
1 

4S 

1 2 
6 

1C 
J>et. 

7 44 

8 18 
8 5£ 
9'SS 

10 14 
1*) 38 

11 8 



5 39 

6 35 

7 30 

8 21 

9 10 
9 50 

10 39 



26 

1 2C 
£ 25 
™ 27 
"I rise 
7 u | 
7 43 



YltT. M >. AU-1U 5f huh .31 *l»ys. 



1825. 



i^ast qi'. 6d, 7 . 27 i. aft. Fi< st qr20 J. 5n. 6m. arte*. 
Niwrn;;. 14 .2h. llm> no. 1 Pjpti mo. 98 ■■!. 7h 13m..-™. 



M vyi 



Cd ! * » Ur : <$x. 



I y^r.l .-£ .|F.se*/r. j) s. 



I^sr ; s7h. 44m. E. 
V, «ise lh.31m. morn. 
y*p<^ee. Hot weather, 
ThunnVr in many 

places. 



Day break 3h. 

7 Transfig. of our L. 

$10 aft Trim Somt 

3\ys short, lb. 2m. want 
J) runs high of 

4 3) venus. rain. 

Some signs of rain. 
Ct)sU c'h 4m. 
. 7*s ris^ l0h.33m. 
^jLlaft. Trin, Now 

High tides expect 

perigee rain and 

perhaps thunder* 
Daybreak Sh.23m. 

5 gi\ elong. A growing 
V. rise Ih. 40m* 

ij|l2 aft. T. season 

J runs low 

Q ent. % Oh. 4oi. aft. 
St. Bart. 
7**s rise 9h- 48m. 

Unsettled weather, 
.■Days short. Ih. 50m, 
3fl3ihaft. Trin. 

Rain much 
wanted. 
1st. John B. beheaded. 



5 28 6 
5 30 6 



11 2l 
morn., 




44 
27 
11 
57 
47 
39 

5 34 

6 29 

7 2. 

8 21 

9 15 
10 9 
!1 2 
11 
aft 

1 41 

2 21 

3 20 

4 10 



6 41 

7 10 

7 57 

8 41 

9 24 
10 5 
10 4? 
1U29 



3 14 

8 39 

K 9 4 
p 9 30 

9 56 

10 35 

11 3 
mom, 

13 
,0 55 
*t 55 

3 4 
4 
Dset 

7 24 

7 55 

8 30 

9 4 
9 46 

10 28 

11 26 
morn. 

19 

♦ 1 24 

2 23 

29 

4 30 
2) ris. 

6 50 

7 15 
7 9*7 



I- 



IX. Mo. SEPTEMBER hath 30 days. UJ25. 




Last cjr. 5<I. llh.21m. mo. 


First qr. 19'*. lh.42m. mo. 




New n»o.l9i!.10h. 13.*,. m. 


Ful mo. 26d.llh.26m. aft. 




Wi M | Catefidar, &c. \fty |©s. Fsea.|r.])s 




1 


5 


V. rse lh. 5Tai- niou.. 


5 31 


6 2S 


mom. 


8 m % 


1 


2 


6 


$ static:;. Vartabll 


5 32 


6 28 


13 


8 41. 

9 2D 


3 


7 


Dcgd&ysend. Heather. 


5 34 


6 26 


58 


4 


u 


14 aft. Trin. 


5 35 


6 25 


1 46 


9'59 




5 


2* 


Lcok for a thunder shon - 


5 3G 


6 24 


2 26 


10 50 




6 


3 


D^y br. 3b. 53m. er tod?y. 


5 38 


6 22 


3 29 


11 50 




7 


4 


2/ ri c 4h. 18m. mo. 


5 39 


6 21 


4 23 


morn. 




8 


5 


Nat. BVM. 


5 40 


6 20 


5 18 


50 




9 


6 


O fast clk.Srp. 


5 42 


6 18 


6 i2 


*L 54 




10 


7 


Expect a storm 


5 43 


6 17 


7 i 


3 9. 




n 


n 


J5 aft. 1 . n, artbis time. 


5 44 


5 16 


8 1 


420 




12 


4 


% perigee, l.^h (ides 


5 46 


6 14 


8 55 


^sets 


i 


13 


3 


V. ri&e 2b. 20m, 


5 4T 


6 13 


9 50 


6 10 


14 


4 


(cm. Yale College 


5 49 


6 11 


10 46 


7 10 




15 


5 


Pleaspnt weather, 


5 50 


6 1C 


11 43 


7 50 




16 


G 


6 (J 5 warm day:. 


5 52 


6 9 


t/.4j 


% 37 




17 


7 


and cool. 


5 53 


'6 7 


1 40 


9 25 




18 


h 


46 nft. Trio; evenings. 


5 54 


6 6 


2 34 


10 25 


» 


19 


2 


J. rise 3b. 47m. morn. 


5 55 


6 5 


3 34 


11 25 


20 


3 


<5 (^ Q Grows rathei 


5 61 


6 3 


4 27 


m< m. 


• 


21 


4 


>t. Malt. dry. 


5 58 


6 2 


5 17 


0-32 




22 


5 


7*s tise 8 o'clock. 


5 9 


6 1 


6 4 


1'32 


. 


23 


6 


V ent.rJ8b.48m. morn. 


6 1 


5 59 


6 49 


l 33 


• 


24 


7 


Day br. 4h. 23m. Coo) 


6 2 


5 58 


7 31 


h 3 331*-* 


25 


J* 


t7 aft. Trin. morning?. 


6 4 


5 56 


8 13 


4 33} 


26 


2 


V. rise £h. 47m. morn. 


6 5 


5 55 


8 55 


J) rise j 


27 


3 


Expect rain near this 


tf 7 


5 53 


9 37 


5 53f 


28 


4 


i> 5? o ],• apogee time 


6 8 5 52 


10 20 


6 2 


29 


5 


St. Jerome, high winds 


6 9 5 51 


11 5 


6 521 


30 


6 




6 life 49(11 52 


7 341 







A\ 




Mo: OCTOBEK ba> 


hi 31 days. 




1825, j 




Lnstqrr5d. Itr. 33m. mo. | First qr. 18J. 2o»J9 i. after 




New no. 11^.6,1. Una. at, | Full mo. 26 •;!. 5ja* 15m. aftej 




M|w| Calendar, <fcc. \f^\0^. |F.*ee 


r.D's. 


A 


S 


j 


V. rise 3ii. morn. 


6 12|5 48 


morn. 


8 8 


4, 


64-18 afc. frin. Unsettled 


6 1315 47 


41 


8 58 


•Sr«3 


7j6 D *2 weather. 


6 15 


5 45 


1 32 


9 48 


^w 


4 


.B 


Jays'length lib. 23 m. 


6 16 


5 44 


2 24 


10 47 


« 


5 




Frosty mornings. 


6 17 


5 43 


3 16 


H 46 




6 




Day break 4h 43 m. 


6 19 


5 41 


4 9 


morn. 




7 




J. rise 3h. m. 


6 20 


5 40 


5 2 


59 




8 




V. rise 3h. 15m. 


6 21 


5 39 


5 55 


2 9 




9 


** 


J9 aft. Trin. 


6 23 


5 37 


6 48 


3 22 




10 


2 


The weather 


6 24 


5 36 


7 41 


4 35 




"H 


J 


^i^r.igee cool 


6 26 


5 34 


8 36 


£ set 

<£ 49 




12 


4 


Jigh tides and dry. 


6 27 


5 33 


9 34 




1-3 


3 


^ test elk. 13ii. 


6 23 


5 32 


10 33 


6 35 




14 


6 


^. n*e 3!i. 29.il. 


6 30 


5 30 


11 33 


7 21 




15 


? 


P low Smoky thick 


6 31 


5 29 


aft.34 


8 18 




16 


8 


if aft. Trin. air. 


6 32 


5 28 


1 33 


9 21 




17 


• 


We may have 


6 34 


5 26 


2 28 


10 26 




1« 


3 


. L'ike thunder. 


6 35 


5 25 


3 20 


11 31 




19 


4 


Some rain n -arthis 


6 36 


5 24 


4 8 


fitorp. 


• 


20 


5 


1. rise 2h. 24 n. morn. 


6 33 


5 22 


4 55 


34 




2i 


6 


time. 


6 39 


5 2! 


5 37 


1 <38 




22 


5 


ent. L 4h. 2Sjna» aft. 


6 40 


5 20 


6 1? 


2 ser 


• 


23 


3 


,11 aft. Trin. 


6 42 


5 18 


7 1 


3 34 


P~* 


24 


> 


i) apogee 


6 43 


5 17 


7 42 


4 32 


go 


J 


J^ay br. 5b. 4 n. 


6 44 


5 16 


8 25 


5 31 




2o 


J 


V. rise 3h. 58 n. morn. 


3 45 


5 15 


9 9 


5 ris - 




27 


") 


j/.xpecia stonn near this 


6 47 


5 13 


9 55 


5 34 




2? 


6 


St. Simoi & Juil j time, 


6 48 


5 12 


10 43 


6 16 




29 


r 


VEbon hi^h without fail- 


6 49 


5 11 


11 34 


6 58 




30 


S 


4ii aft. IYiru 


6 51 


5 9 


noi rfc 


7 53 


, 


.*# 


Pleasant tor th-. SPaso ,. 


6 52 


5 8 


25 


8 49 



XI. Mo. NOYEM HER hath 30 days. 1825. 


Last qr. 3d. lh. 34 c. an. 


fcirsl qr.l7d.6h.44nrf.tnorti. 


Vjcfw itm.lOd. 4h. 26m. mo 


Fiftmoi 25:,. ill).25n».u,( ( . 


M|W| Calendar, &c. iG'-IL s.[F.sea Jc«>s. 


1 3 Ml Saints. 


6 5: 


\5 7 


1 1 12 


9 58 


2 4 VI! souls. Cool nights 


6 54 


5 G 


8 


11 8 


3 5 Unsettled weather. 


6 55 


5 5 


2 59 


morn. 


4 6 Day's length lOh. 4m. 


6 56 


5 4 


3 49 


6 


5 7 Day br. 5h. 17m. 


6 57 


5 3 


4 40 


1 4 


6 B 23 aft. Trin. 


3 58 


5 2 


5 31 


2 15 


7 2 Jap.tcr rise lh. 28m. morn 


6 59 


5 1 


6 23 


3 26 


8 3 V. rise 4h. 27m. inorn. 


7 C 


5 


7 17 


4 43 


94 ^ perigee. Expect a cole] 


7 1 


4 59 


8 15 


6 


10 5 High tides, storm near this 


7 3 


4 57 


9 15 


i set 


«1l6.. 


7 4 


4 56 


10 16 


.6*5 


12 7«Moon loWo time. 


7 5 


4 55 


11 17 


'7 3 


13 #24 aft. Trin. 


7 6 


4 54 


aft. 16 


8 10 


14 2 21 rise lh. 6m. mom. 


7 7 


4 53 


1 11 


9 16 


15 3 Pleasant for the season 


7 9 


4 51 


2 2 


10 21 


164 


7 10 


4 50 


2 49 


11 26 


17 5 7*s S. midnight. 


7 11 


4 49 


3 34 


•. >rn. 


18 6 Cold increases, and we 


7 12 


4 48 


4 16 


•0 26 


19 7 Day br. 5h. 30m. may 


7 13 


4 47 


4 57 


1 23 


20B*25 aft, Trin, 


7 14 


4 46 


5 38 


2 20 


21 2 • expect snow soon. 


7 15 


4 45 


6 20 


3 17 


22$ ent. / lh. 16Vn. after. 


7 16 


4 44 


7 3 


4 15 


23 ,4 Cold frosty mornings 


7 17 


4 43 


7 49 


5 13 


24|5 (J fast dk. 12m. 


7 18 


4 42 


8 36 


6 10 


25 6* ^) eclipsed 


7 W 


4 41 


9 26 ]) is. 


26 7 )j rise Oh. 23m. morn. 


7 19 


4 41 


10 17 5 38 


27 B Advent. Pieasant evenings. 


7 20 


4 40 21 9\ 6 35 


28 2 7*8 3. llh. 12m. 


7 21 


4 39 morn. f 7 32 


29$ Now prepare for winter. 


7 22^ 


4 38 18 36 


30 4 it. Andrew. 


7 22|4 38[ 51 1 9 40J • 



#XI 


. Mo. DECEMBER, hath 31 days. 1825; 


Last qr. 2d. llh. 20m. aft. 


Firs qr. I7d. 2h. 19m. in. 


New mo 9<l. 3h. 47m. after. 


Full mo. 25d.4h. 26m. m. 


M[W) Cale dar, &c. |©r.l{y)..lKseajr. J> s 


j r 


3j J. rise midnight 


7 23 


4 37f 1 41 10 49 


2( 


5 $ rise 5h. 20m. morn. 


7 24 


4 36| 2 3C 


\ 1 57 


ir 


Expect rain or snow, 


7 24 


4 36 


3 U 


morn. 


41 


3 Sin Adv. 


7 25 


4 35 


4 7 


1 6 


5* 


1 near this time. 


7 23 


4 35 


4 59 


2 18 


6^ 


( H0 g Pleasant 


7 26 


4 34 


5 52 


3 29 


74 


I j) per, for the season. 


7 26 


4 34 


6 49 


4 41 


85 


Concep.B.V.M. 


7 27 


4 33 


7 48 


5 54 


9 6 


eclipsed High Tides 


7 27 


4 33 


8 48 


3)se 


107 


21 lisellh. 12m. 


7 28 


4 3? 


9 49 


5 38 


111 


4 in Adv. 


7 28 


4 32 


10 46 


6 40 


12 2 


Moderate for December. 


7 28 


4 32 


11 40 


1 52 


13 3 


Day br. 5h. 43m. 


7 29 


4 31 


aft.'SQ 


8 56 


14 4 


V. rise 5h. 48m. morn. 


7 29 


4 31 


1 17 


10 


155 


7*s. S; tOo'clock 


7 29 


4 31 


2 1 


11 5 


. 16 5 


Now expect rain or snow 


7 29 


4 31 


245 


morn. 


17 7 


near this time. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 24 


2 


1BJB 


4 in Adv. 


7 30 


4 3y 


4 5 


1 


19 2 


D apogee 


7 30 


4 30 


4 47 


1 56 


20 3 


21 rise lOh. 46m. E. 


7 30 


4 30 


5 31 


2 51 


214 


Stii Thomas. Pleasant. 


7 30 


4 30 


6 18 


3 49 


22 5 


Qent. K5> lh 46 mi m. 


7 30 


4 30 7 7 


4 47 


23 6 


^ D \l . Blustering. 


730 


4 30 7 57 


5 43 


24 7 


and cl. even. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 50 


6 39 


25 3 


Christmas. Cold weather 


7 29 4 31 


9 42 


"Jrise 


262 


St. Stephen 


7 29 4 31 


10 35 


6 32 


$7 3 


St, Joha some snow* 


7 29 4 31 


11 25 


7 4^ 


28 4 


' 


7 29 4 3,1 


porn. 


8 39 


29 5 


' 


I 23 4 31 


14 


9 34 


30 6 


" 


1 28(4 3? 


1 4] 


[0 44 


31 7 


17 28|4 32 


1 52 11 49] 



17 



Table 



US TERES T TA BLE. 

ot aimpie Interest a< si x per cent 
Principal. 



in Doils.k Cents. 



I? w. I m. j 3 m.l 6 m. jlyear 



DC. | p. Q.j p. c.} p c ( p. c. 



Cents. 



Dollars, 



10 

20 

30 



40 



50 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

300 

400 

500 

1000 



0(0 01 







00 



a i 
o 





o to 

15 

5 20 

6 25 
120 fcO 
25L1 
37J1 50 
50(2 
62 2 50] 

ms o 



o o. o 
a o 
o o 
o. o 
o o 
i 








7 
15 





o 













9 
12 

a 15 

30 





3 



30 60 

45 
60 



7, 

1 50 

3 

4 50 

6 

7 50 



o e 

18 
14 
20 

30 
60 
t 20 

90j 1 80 

1 20 2 40 







1 50 3 
3 6 

6 12 6 
9 18 

12 24 



15 30 



15 0J30 6! 60 



To find the interest of any part ieulao sum for an* v^r 
tain tune, ai ttiply the sur. 0y tU? number of the room!)* 
Uke one hs f '>£ the product, and y.u '.ill find the iw 
right hand gure. ro be cents— the rem -irderon the Ui 
hand are dollars, which is the answer jf (hire ^ ce is 

♦he sum, after you have mullipied fcsabuveiyou w :1 

S(n I the two right hand figures to be fractions, the two! 

bexi t< nts aud the remain der in dollars. | 



1' ji 8 jl h* y 

Showing he vaoie of any numb jr of Cent* r from one 

to one hu dred v in shilling;, pence and farthings. 




0'75 ! 4 
Money accounr oi the United States are to fee 
expressed in Dollars or Unit.*, Dimes or Tenths, 
Cents .:»• Hundredths, and Mills or Thousandths 
a Dime being the tc th par' of a Dollar, a Cent 
the hundredth part of a Dollar; and a Mill the 
thousandth part of a Dollar* 



19 



A TABLE of various Foreign Coins, &c. with their valu* 
in Federal Money, 



Sixteenth of a dollar 
Half a Pistarcen 
Real Plate of Spain 
English Sixpence 
Eighth of a dollar 
Livre Toumois of France 
Franc of France 
Fistareen 
English shilling 
Quarter of a dollar 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh 
Florin or Guelder of the United ) 
Netherlands \ 

Half Dollar 
Rupee of Bengal 

Rix Dollar of Denmark & Sweden 
Ruble of Russia 
Crowns of England and France 
Milrea of Portugal 
Tale of China 
Pagoda of India 
French Pistole 
Spanish Pistole 
Pound, of Ireland 
Pound sterling of Great Britain 
French Guinea, 
English Guinea 
Moidore 
Half Johannas 
iDoubloon 
Johannas 



Electors' Meetings 
Are held annually oa the first Monday io April. 



Doiis; 


cts. mills- 





06 2 1-2 





10 





10 9 





11 t 





12 5 





18 5 





18 7 1.2 





20 





22 2 





25 


9 


23 





40 O ? 





50 





50 O 




00 o 




00 




11 




24 O 




48 O 




84 O 


3 


66 7 


3 


77 3 


4 


10 


4 


44 a 


3 


60 a 


4 


65 7 


6 


00 8 


8 


00 


14 


93 4 


16 


00 



20 





HiwJk^P^^ 


Old Mo ad from 


Bdston to 


Ha> lam Bridge 4 


NewYork. 


New -York .' 8 


To Cambridge 


3 


_» 


Watertown 


4 


Prom Boston to Hart- 


Waltham 


S 


ford 1 23 


Weston 


5 


Hartford to N". York 112 


Sunbury 


4 


**. — 


Malboro' 


JO 


Whole distance l 235 


Worlhboro' 


5 


Hartford to Windsor Vt. 


Shrewsbury 


5 


■Springfield 28 


Worcester 


6 


Northampton 19 


Leicester 




Deerfieid 18 


Spencer 


5 


Putney 23 


Brookfield 


7 


'Jharletown 20 


Weston 


6 1-2 


Windsor 18 


Palmer 


6 


— 


Wilbrahnm 


7 


FromN. London to Newport. 


Springfield 


10 


Westerly 1 5 


Suffield 


1! 


Tower Hill 25 


Windsor 


10 


Marraganset Ferry 3 


Hartford 


7 


Newport 7 


Berlin 


II 


From JY.York to Washington* 


Meriden 


6 


Princeton 5$ 


WaMngford 


8 


Philadelphia 94 


New-Haven 


9 


Wilmington 1-2S 


M ibrd 


9 


^usquehannah (Havre) 15S 


S , \ ford 


5 


Baltimore 192 


B dgeport 


4 


Gents 2(4 


XVrfield 


4 


Washington 232 


Sangatue 




Post Road from Boston to 


]>lorwalfc 


4 


Hartford. 


Darien 


5 1-2 


Farmington 20 


Stamford 


4 1-2 


Worcester 18 


Horseneck 


5 


Vturbridge IS 


Rye 


5 


Stafford 16 


East Chester 


10 


Vernon 1 2 


West Farm * 


4! 


Hartford 14 



21 



'Turnpike from New- London 

to Providence (J Boston. 
To Mystic— Williams' 7 1-2 
N. Stoningtoa -Mi- 
ner's 8 1 2 
Hopkinton City 212 
West-Greenwich, 

Blake's IS 

Providence 16 1-2 

Boston 42 

Whole distance 92 12 

From New London to Nor- 
wich and Boston. 

To Montville 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewet -.'* City 8 

Flainfield ' 7 

Sterling 4 

Scituate ]1 

Prrvidence 15 

Attleborough 12 

Walpoje 10 

Dedharn ]0 

Boston io 

— Total UK) 
From Boston to Portland. 

Lyni> 7 

Salem 17 

Ipswich 12 

Newburyport 12 

Hampton 15 

•Portsmouth 20 

Portland 7 

— Total 119 
From New- London to New 

Haven. 
JLyrae 16 

Say brook 
miiiB&wortU 



Guilford & 

Qranford, Barker !> 

New Haven 8 

— Total 53 
From J\ew London to Hart' 

ford. 

Waterford— 9 

Montville— Turner 3 

Sa em 6 

Colchester 6 

vlarlborough — Buell 8 

Cilastenbury— Holister 5 

Wells 5 

Harttord 4 8-4 
Total 42 3-4 

From Hartjord to Albany- 

Northington, 10 

N. Hartford, lO 

Winchester, & 

N«rf Ik, 8 

Sheffield, 14 

Gieat rtanington, 6 

VV Stockbiidge, 10 

V.Ca',»aan, 8 

Chatham, 6 

Nassau Village, 4 

■Schodack, 6 
Albanv, (N. .,8. Skinner.) & 

— Total 91 
From Albany to Utica. 

Schenectady 14 

Amsterdam 1© 

Cauknawauga 9 

J<»bnston 7 

Palatine 14 

Manheim] 3 

Litle FalU tf 

Heikimec 7 

Schuyler 6 

Utica 10 



sas- 



From Utica to Canandaiguc 

New Hartford 

Westmoreland 

Vernon 

LeiiOx 

Sulljvart 

Maciius 

East Hill 

West Hill 

Marcellng 

^ine-niljc- creek 

Sk^neatelos 

Auburn 

Cajuga 

Gf neva 

Goiham 

Canand^igua 

From Canaridaigtta to Buf- 

Job. 
E»st Bloorr.field 

West Bioomfield 

Lima 

A\cn 

Caledonia 

Batavia 

Buffalo 3p 

From Canandaigua to JVia 

g or a Falls. 
Geoessee River 27 1-2 

batavia 2^ 



rue 


Buffalo Creek 


S#- 


4 


Chippewa 


19 


7 


Niagara Falls 


2 1-2 


I 




.. 


It 


_ 


112 


7 


.From Providence to Hart* 


7 


ford. 




£ 


Plair.fteld 


SO 


5 


Wirdnam 


1% 


£ 


HartiU-d 


SO 


5 


Middle Road from 


Boston 


5 


to Hartford* 




€ 


Dtdham 


10 


4 


Mt udon 


22 


5 


Ukbric^ge 


6 


1( 


Douglass 


5- 


i 


Thompson 


8 


& 


PorotVet 


§ 




Ashhrd 


u 


e 


jfo§t*sne!d 


8 


5 


Coventry 


8 


2 


East-Hartford 


14 


J 


Hartford 


1 



97 



From Hartford, to N. Haven 

through Middletouon. 
Middletown 15 

North ford J2 

Mew- Haven *~ u 



23 



COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 



JUNE, At Hartford, second 

Litchfield third 

Danbury, fourth 

N. Haven, Tues. fol. fourth 
JULY At MiddietrjWH («) second 

N. London (a) third 

Brooklyn, fourth 

Tolland, Tues. foL fourth 



JANUARY, 
FEBRUARY, 



APRIL, 
AUGUST, 



SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER, 
DECEMBER, 



SUPERIOR COURT* 

A l Brooklyn, first 

New Haven, third 

Norwich, fourth 

Hartford, second 

Litchfield, third 

Middletown, fourth 

Tolland, third 

New Haven, second 

Litchfield, third 

Haeidam, fourth 
, Hartford, first 

Brooklyn, second 

Danbury, fourth 

New Loncion, first 

Tolland fourth 

Fairfield? last 

COUNTY COURTS. 



Tuesday* 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
So. 
do* 
do. 
ft. 



KEBRUARY, At Daubury, second (a) 
MARCH, Norwich, first (a) 



do. 



APRJ&, 

JUNE, 

AUGUST, 

SEPTEMBER, 

OCTOBER, 
NOVEMBER, 



DECEMBER, 



24 

Holland, second £ G 

%• Haven, third do 

Brooklyn, third do 

-Hartford, fourth do' 

Litchfield, first do' 

Fairfield, third do! 

Haddam, Tues. after 1st Monday! 

J\e wLondon, second Tuesday 

New Haven, fourth do. 

Hartford, second do, 

Brooklyn, third do 

Tolland, second do 

Litchfield ; fourth do 

Middletown third do. 

Litchfield, first do' 

Hartford, second do" 

Norwich, third do° 

Banbury, third do 

New Haven, fourth do! 

Brooklyn, second do. 

Litchfield, third do' 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 



FEBRUARY. 

APRIL. 

MAY. 

AUGUST. 

SEPTEMBER. 

KOVEMBEK, 



District, New Haven, 4th Tuesday, 
Circuit— New Haven, 13th day. 
District—Hartford 4th Tuesday. 
District— New Haven 4th do, 
Circuit- Hartford, 17th day. 
District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 



r 

I OVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



Executive and Legislative Departments. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

OLIVER WOLCOTT. Esq. 

GOVERNOR. 

Salary, $1100] 
JABEZ W HUNTINGTON 7 , Esq, Executive Secretary* 

HIS HONOR 

DAVID PLANT, Esq. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

Salary. $300. 

SENATORS. 
Hoi*. David Hill, j Hon. Chr. Manwaring * 

Orange Merwin, Luther Loomis, 

Elisha Phelps, | Ebenezer Young , 

David Keyes, 
Calvin Willey, 
S. P. Beers. 



William SvIoseley, 
Austin Olcott, 
Abel Wheeler, 



William W. Boardman, Esq. Clerk of the Senate, 

Isaac Spencer, Esq. Treasurer, 

Thomas Day, Esq. Secretary 

p ames Thomas, Esq Compt. of Public Accounts. 

Hon. James Hillhouse, Commissioner of tht 

School Fund. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. Assistant ; 



2t> 

ROLL OF THE 

$^\m of &ntttmntnti i W8> 

May— 1824. 



RALPH I. INGERSOLL, Speaker. 

Samuel Chuich, and Martin Wells, Clerks, 

I^Art F hd. John Russ, Joseph Pratt. 

j&ferlin riio*»a* ee Levi Barnes. 

Mm Ungton, Gt* Fn uie. 

MHsiol Char'es o; Ives. 

Canto"-, Loin Hu*nj hrey 

JE#s2 ffartjo'dy Lemuel White.Ozia9 Williams* 

Ha*t H <-nd$'A',t*p&\i\ as L Phelps, Abner Reed. 

Enfieht, Jahez Co ns, Blam O. Potter. 

Farmmgton, T-'»»oihy Pitkin, Gem gr sjowjes. 

Gkistenhury, Thomas Holliste«\ Uex'r.Hbilistetv 

&rmt(*y, .l«>ef Molcomb, 6. Wiicox. 
£furtlandi vVillis vV right, Cyrus Miller. 

•Manchester. Georg.: '^iteney. 

Marlborough* Joel Foot. 

Simsbunj, Aw ora Case, Joseph Pinnry. 

Sf).uthmgto<i, Luces Curtis, Stephen WaJkley, 
Suffleld, Timotli) Phj'ps. Samue) N T o ••',. 

Wethersfield, Martin vV ells. '..V dliam Webb. 

Windsor, Horace Palmer, Rlisba N. sill. 
New Havbn-,R I. (ngei'3o!l,Cor^elins Tuihill - 
Mranfordy Calvin Ftisbie, Benjamin Page 
Cheshire* Silas Hitchcock, Wra, R* Hitchcock 
Derby, John Humphreys, jr. 
East Haven, Bela Farnham. 
Guilford, Nathaniel Griffing,Wm.Todd. 
Mamdeu, Jared Bassett. 
Jkleriden, Amos Curtis* 
Middlebury^ James D. Wooster. 
Milford, Samuel Durand, jr. Jona. Clar&» 
North ffaven, Daniel Pierpont. 
$)range< Eliakira Kimberly. 
Oxford, J@e& Perry. 





Southbury, Newton Tattle 

Wa'linglord, fared Lewiv Joshua Atwater; 

Waterbury, (s'-aei Coe, Andrew Ad-ims 

Pl'olron, Da d Fiisbie. 

Woodbndge, Noye* Darling, Hezk'h Thomas- 

New London, tsaac Thompson,,! --lin French* 

Norwich, Eltsha Tracy, David Tracy 

Bozrah, Samuel Gager. 

Colchester, Sa.ouel \ Peters, Daniel H. Watrous*^ 

Franklin* Simeon Loomis. 

Gn i wold, Williatt Lord. 

Groton, Kl'sha Haley, Erastus Wdliaras 

Lebanon, Win. T. Wilhams, Elisor Waterman. 

Lisbon, Andrew Clarke 

Lyme, isamuH H. MatherJoRhua U. Warren. 

Whntvihe y $hQ\ -vo'if 1 Raymond f > 

Aor'k itoniir r. CI este'i h, Thomas T. WelHr> 

Wees ton, t)? * Palmer. Wi Kimball. 

Sawm Ebeneze \: Packer. 

Stontntrton, Jesse Dean, le?se D Noyes, 

Wa e >r«f, *j»mes Rogejs, 2d. 

PaiaFtbi-d Ruben Wilsm, Henry Sherwood. 

WFtitihnry, E Taylor, Samuel Tweedy. 

b Id, feiriiuggtes. 

F> / per?, Wm Peet. 

Brief*, John He'l. 

Greeu-w \ch\ Silaa Davis, Amos Mead. 

Huntington* Lemue* Beardsley. 

Monroe* Ebenezer Beardsley. 

mew Canaan, -arnuel Raymond. 

Sew Fairfield, Samuel T. iJarnHm. 

Sewtowji. jjicob Beers, Job a. -8. Fai^child. 

$gi walk, Beu.j'n Isaac9, Mor.es Gregory, 

Redding* Bohraim San ford, Rowland Fantoo. 

mdgefield % ylnk Hawley, Riehartl Randall. 

merman, William Giddlngs. 

Hamford. — Daniel Lock^ood, Charles Hawleyv 

Stratford, Josiah Goi ham. 

Trumbull, Elijah. Middlebrook, 

"Veston, Joseph Bennett, Oiiyer C. Sanfori* 

Vilton, Erastus Sturges. 

»aooK{,YN,Vine Robinsosu 



28 

x*shjord> Amasa Lyon* Daniel Knowlton, 
Canterbury, Luther Paine, James Cary, 
Chaplin, Oigen Bennett. 
Columbia, Samuel Little. 
Hampton, Charles Moulton. 
iKillingly, Shubael Hutchins, Hazael Packham. 1 
Mansfield, Eliphalet Bennett, £teph. Brigbam. 
Plainfield, Sessions Lester, Isaac Knight. 
Pomfret, Dai ius Mathewson, George Sharp. 
Sterling, Calvin Hioberd. 
Thompson, Stephen Holmes, Talcot Crosby. 
Voluntown, Sterry Kinney. 
Windham, Edmund Badger, John Baldwin. 
Woodstock-, John M'CIellan, Spencer Child. 
Litchfield, David Marsh, Morris Woodruff. 
Markhamsted Jesse Ives, Elijah Jones. 
JBethlemi, Shelden C Leavitt. 
Canaan, Benajah Douglas, Asa S. 'Brewster. 
Colebrook Enos North, Lancelot Phelps. 
Cornwall, Peter Pierce* Benj. Sedgwick. 
Goshen, rW>thy Collins, Augustus Miles. 
Mar-winton, Uriah Hopkins, Marvin Griswold. 
Kent. John Mills. 

Nexv Hartford, Isa Goodwin, Isaac Kellog;g. 
"New Milford, Daniel Gay lord, Abel Nine. 
Norfolk, Augustus Pettibone, Joseph Battell. 
Plymouth, Thomas Mitchel »* 

RoX'ury haac B Haw'ey. 
Salisbury Samuel Church. Parley Hubbard, 
Sharon, Horatio Smith. Cyrus Swan 
Tor r, fig ton. Levi Mutisel Isaac H. Dibble. 
Warren, Sherman Hart well. 

Washington, Constantine M'MahoB, Abijah Tomlinson, 
Waterioivn, Samuel H. Nettleton. 
Winchester* Isaic Bronson, Grinnel Spencer. 
Woodbury, Wm Drakely, Samuel Steel. 
MiDDLETOWNjMinor (Iotchkiss,Daniel Rand. 
Chatham, r*iu.jj> Sage, Nathaniel Mtrkham,Jr. 
Durham, John Swathe 1 , Asahel Strong, 
East Haddam, Hichard Lord,Wm. Hungerford. 
■Haddam John Brainard, Jared Arnold, 
JKillingworth, Jedediah Harris, J ofcn §tantqi& 



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Saybrook— Joseph Hill, RlishaSill. 

Tolland— George M. Hyde, Cordial Newcorab. 

Bolton — Mauton Hammond 

Coventry— Daniel Burnap, Eleazar Pomeroy 

Ellington — Benjamin Pinney 

Hebron- John S Peteis, Hiram Horton 

Somers— Amarian Kibbejun. William Collins 

Stafford— Amos Harvey, Hezekiah Davis 

Union— ' lngoldsby VV. Crawford, Wra. Foster 

Vernon — Oliver H.King 

WilUngton — John J. Moulton, Daniel Glazier. 



Judicial and Cvvil Depavtmewts. 



Judges of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Stephen T. Hosmer, Chief Judge. 

Hon. John T. Peters, I Hon, Jeremiah G Brainard» 

Asa Chapman, William Bristol. 

Thomas Day, Esq Reporter of Judicial Decisions. 



ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES, 
From June, 1824 to June, 1825. 

SUMMER SESSIONS. 

Chief Judge Hosmer, Windham and N. London Counties/ 
Judge Peters, N. Haven. Middlesex & Tolland Counties. 
Judge Chapman, Fairfield County. 
Judge Brainard, LitchnV.d County, 
Judge Bristol, Hartford County. 

WINTER SESSIONS, , 

Chief Judge Hosmer, Middlesex county. 

Judge Peters, Hartford county 

Judge Chapman, N. Haven & Middlesex Counties, 

Judge Brainard, Windham & N.London counties. 

Judge Bristol, Fairfield and Tolland counties. 



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COUNTY OF HARTFORD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Thomas Day, Esq. Chief Judge, 
Associate Judges, John M. Niles, Martin Wells, Esquirei 
Thomas Chester, Esq. Clerk and Treasurer, and 
Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
art ford.— John T. Peters, Elisba Colt, Joh n Oald*el' 
John Russ, Thomas Day, Joseph Trumbull, Hezekiah 
Huntington, Isaac Spencer, Luther Savage, Nathan H 
Seymour, Henry Seymour, Nathan Johnson, Taleott Wol- 
cott, John M. Niles, Charles Sigourney, Isaac Tousey/ 
Joseph G.Norton, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Esqr'sJ" 

Berlin.— Daniel Duubar, Andrew Pratt, Luther Bulk- 1 a 
ley, Samuel Hart, Thomas Lee, Benjamin Allen, John Dur- 
ham. 2d, Esquires. 

Bristol.-— Joel Truesdale, Leicester Carrington, Jared W, 
Pardee, Charles G. Ives, Esquires. 

Burlington — Simeon Hart, Elias Wooden, William < 
Marks, Esquires. 

Canton.-- James Humphrey, Benjamin Weed, jr. Elisha 
Caee,Esquires. 

East Hartford.— hemue] White, Levi Goodwin, Samuel 
Pitkin, Ozias Williams, Joseph Treat, Esquires. 

East Windsor.—T'imothy Ellsworth, Jonathan Bartlett, I 
jr. Eli B Haskell, Godfrey Scarborough, Jonathan Pasco, I 
Asher Allen, Daniel Hayden,, Horace Barber, Erasttts | 
Strong, Elliot Giant, Esquires. 

Enfield.— Henry Terry, Elam O. Potter, 'Lorrain T. 
Pease, Jabez Collins, David Gates, Geer Terry, Esquires. 

Farmington.-3ohn Mix, Timothy Pitkin, Horace Cowles* 
Lemuel Whitman, Noadiah Woodruff, Amasa Wood- 
ford, George Cowles, Esquires. 

Glastenb wn/.— Zephaniah H. Smith, Pardon Brown, Da- 
vid E. Hubbard, Jeremiah Stocking, George Merrick e 
Solomon Cole, Jonathan Wells, Esq'rs. 

Granby.— Joab Griffing, jr, Joe Holcorab; James Difc- 



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Me, Daniel Benjamin, Horace Clark, James Forward 
Da .iel B. Holcomb, Esquires. 

flartland — Nathaniel Lta&worlli, Jared Newel, Ezra 
DooiitrK ,Ei Wilder, Wyllis bright. Augustus Humphrey., 
Esqu- <•< 

JWunchester.— George Cheeney, Ephraim Wyllis, VI ill- 
iam lA > IJid Enquires 

Mar thorough-— J oel Foot, Elisha Buell, Samuel F. 
Jones, Oliver Phelp9, Esquires. 

&'m»6?/ry.--Whlium Mather. Elisha Phelps, Asaph 
Fu»Jer, James Gotidwin, Joseph Pinney, John O. Petti- 
bone, Alexander Holcomb, Esquires 

Southing ton. — Roger Whittlesey, J*>hn E. Benjamin, 
Theodore *4yington, Romeo Lowiey, Esquire*. 

Nuffield.- William Gay, Oliver Pease, Martin Sheldon 
And? w DennUoti, Charles shepard, Esquires 

Weihersfield. — Mart»n Kellogg, Jr. Rouen Francis, Elijah 
Keach, »ease Goodrich, James L Beldeo, Henry Bulkley 
Martin Wells, William Robins, 2d, Esq-nres. 

Windsor — « Edward Selden, Luther Fitch, Richard Nile 
James Loomis, O ;vei Ihrall, EU&ha N. Sill, Esquires. 



PRACTISING -ATTORNEYS. 

IsMiC Tousey, E<q State Attorney. 

* Hartford. — Enoch Perkins, Nathaniel Terry, llesekiah 
Huntbgtou, Jonathan W Edwards, Thomas S. IViPiama, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomus Huntington, Jr. Isaaa Perkins, 
Joseph Trumbull, Salh T <\ y. Nathan Johns-on, J^hn iM. 
Kiks, William W Ellsworth", Henry L. Ellsworth, -t if red 
£mith, Isaac Tousey, Oliver E. Williams, Samuel H. Hun. 

ngvon, Thonwj C Perk»..s Francis Parsons, J. G C. 

rainard, Jona Edwards, entires 

Merlin. — Daidel Dunbar, Ira rrmith, esquires. 
East Windsor -God fiey Scarborough, William Barnes, 
esquires. 

Enfield —Henry Terry, Wm. Dixon, Lorra'm T. Pease? 
Simeon F. Dixo», esquires . 



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Birffiingten.— Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, Jare*| ^ l8ll [ 
Oris wold, esquires. I W 

Glaatenbury.-^ Zephajiiah li. Smith, George Merrick, t| W* 
esquires. 

Granby, -Thomas Holc^mb, Grove Griswold, Silas Hii 
fry, James H Smith,, Hiram tt. Petubone, esquires. 

Manchester,— Ralph R. Phelps, esq J Ch 

Marlborough— -Horace Fqote, esq. 

Southinglon. — Roger Whittlesey, ^.muei H. WoodrufE 
Romew Lowrey, esquires 

M-^in. Gay, Charle* Shepard, W^, C Gay, 
esquire*. 

fVethev* field.— \*<h6r Robbina, Elijah Ketch., esquires. 

Windsor. — John Sargeant, Joseph H. Russell, Horace H; 
Sill, esquires. 



Noah \. Phelps, esq. Hartford, Sheriff 
Deputy Sheriff's* — Horace Wadt worth, Hartfo.d. Keci- 
ry Kingsbury, Enfield. Pomeroy Strong, Farming! on. 
J&avid La ham, Granby. Jeffery O. Phelps, &UDftfebory. 
jpna* Pomerny* Suffieid. Gurdon Whe-t«< r,\\ ethers Seici, 
Henry SiSI, Vi intscr Non k\V ;leox, Be; un. 
Zadock H»r : r»t, , Retford Jailer- 



COUNTY OF NEW-HAVEN 



COUNTY COURT. 

Bsv-NK'i Bronson, Esq. Chief Judge* 

$.$30. Judges, .»»hn Humphreys, J Noyes Darling, esqrs. 

Hent-v Ds>gget» e^ Treasurer. 

Cornelius Puthill. E q. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Supe> "r Court 



JUSTICES OF 'I HE P1ACE. 

iVew Hewn— y\ Vum Bristol, Isaac Mills, Nath ? I» 
Smith, iiJjisha Munsi.FJi Whifnty, Charles Denton, 
.litieas Munson, Jr. Isaae Gilbert) Charles Uostwick, * Jo&$ 



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Hunt, 2d, Chauncey Bunce, Obadiah Hotchkiss, Benjamin 
Grannis, William Mix, Andrew Kidston, Lent liishop, 
Ralph I. Ingersoll, James Barnes, David Kimberley, 
Cornelias Tuthill, Jared Bradley, Leraan Chatfield, esqrs. 

Ifran/wY/.— Benjamin Vage, Orin D. Squire, Augustus 
Baldwin, Jacob Frisbie, John Potter, Abraham Rogers, 
Henry Taiotor, Willoughby L. Lay, Calvin Frisbie, 
Chandler Barker, Esqrs. 

Cheshire. — Samuel Peck, Rufui Hitchcock, Burrage 
Beach, Reuben W~. Royce, Esqrs. 

Z)er%.~Philo Basse tt, John Humphreys, Jr. Sheldon 
Curtiss, Russel Hitchcock, Jeremiah French, Austin Hurd, 
esqrs. 

East Haven.— Enos Hemingway, De Grasse Maltby, 
John Hemingway, John S. Mitchell, esqrs. 

Guilford.— Nathan Cbidsey, Frederick Lee, David S. 
Fowler, Reuben Elliot, John F. Meigs, Timothy Stone, 
William Spencer, George Grisweld, William Todd, Henry 
Elliot, George Landon, William Blatchly, Nathan W. Hop- 
sen, esqrs. 

Hamden* — Amasa Bradley, Russel Pierpont, Hezekiah 
J, Warner, Jared Bassett, Joel Lord, esqrs. 

JMeriden.— Benajah Andrews, William Yale, Titus Ives, 
Patrick Clark, Asahel Merriam, Noah Pomeroy, esqrs. 

Middlebury.— Nathan -iel Richardson, Asahel Broneon, 
James D Wooster, WilliamH. Smith, EraetusSmithepqrs. 

JWilford.— -William Dutand, William Strong, Jonathan 
Clark, Abijah Carrington, Andrew French esqrs. 

J\ orth Ifuven. — Joshua Barnes, Justus Bishop, Daniel 
Eierpont Jacob Bassett, esqrs. 

Orange.— -Ichabod A. Woodruff, David Treat, Nathan 
Piatt, Benjamin L. Lambert Fowler F. Merwin, esqrs:. 

Oxfsrd.— Abel Wheeler, Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, 
Isaiah Candee, esqrs. 

Southbury.— Burton Canfield, William Hiiiman, Moses 
Wheeler, John Moseley, John Pearce, Jr. Gideon Jadson, 
Ebenezer Johnson, Newton Tuttle esqrs. 

W allingford*— Aaron Hall, Samuel Cook, Amos Dutton, 
paleb Cook, Hunn Munson, Malachi Cook, Ira Yale, John 
Barker, William Marks, John D. Key nolds, esqrs. 
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Watertmry.-- John Kingsbury, Daniel Steele, AsMey 
Scott, Woodward Hotchkis9, James Scovill, Elias Ford, 
Truman Porter, Chauncey Lewis, esqrs. 

Woodbridge. — Ezra Kimberly, Frederick Peck, Archi* 
bald A. Perkins, Adonijah French, John Darling, Noyes 
Darling, John Dibble, esqrs. 

Wolcott,— Ambrose Ives, Archibald Miner, esqrs. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS, 

Nathan Smith, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-Haven. — William Hi 1 1 house, David. Daggett, Sim* 
eon Baldwin, Nathan Smith, Henry W. Edwards, Charles 
Denison, Ralph I. Ingersoll, john Beach, Roger S. Bald- 
win, Samuel J r Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, Roger & 
Skinner,Charles A.IngersolI, William W« Boardman,Geo* 
Y. Cutler, esqrs. 

Cheshire.— Burrage Beach, esq. 

Derby — John L. Tomlinson, esq. 

Guilford — William Todd, esq. 

Meriden.— Benajah Andrews, esq, 

Miljord. — David B. Ingersoll, esq. 

jSomhbury, — Edward Hinman, bimeon Hinman, es$r*' 

Waterbury.-~ Bennet Bronson, Cyrus Clark, Joel Hia* 
man, esqrs. 



Charles H. Pond, esq. N. Haven Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs.— Erattus Osborn, Horace Beach, New 
Haven. Andrtw Johnson, Derby. Samuel Yale, Merl* 
<ien* Horace Candee, Oxford. Silas tiicock, Southbory. 
Nathan Nettleton, Woodbridge. Marcus Botstbrd, Wa- 
terbury. Constans Kirtlaud, Wallingford. Reuben Stoae> 
Guilford. 

jDavad Butler, New Haven, Jailer. 



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COUNTY OF NEW-LONDON. 

COUNTY- COURT. J-/W-JL /UUJ 

Hon. Elias Perkins, Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Hon. William Randall, Benjamin Coit, esq, 

Joseph Williams, esq. Treasurer. 

Charles Lathrop, esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Net* Lonchn. — Jeremiah G. Brainard, Elias Perkins, 
Jacob fc. Gurley, Ebenezer Learned, Isaac Thompson, 
.Christopher Manwaring, Lodowick Fosdick, Asa Dutton, 
e,sqrs. 

JVbrw/cA.— James Lanuaan, Benjamin Coit, Erastus 
Huntington, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, Benjamin, 
"Snow, Charles P. Huntingtot, Farwell Coit, John Hyde, 
J Fanning, Eleazer Regers,Charles Perkins Geo liill,Ros* 
weliMorgan, Benj. Tracy, Charles Rockwell, Eber Back- 
us, Isaac Story, iVsa Roath, Lewis Hyde, John H. Towns- 
fend, Asa Child, esqrs. 

Bozrah. — Joshua Stark, Gardner Avery, William Whi- 
ting, Ezra Lathrop, esqrs. 

Colchester. — Beijamin Trumbull, a rouel A. Peters, 
Daniel Carrier, Zachariah #lmsted, John Bigeiow. Ralph 
Isham, Artemas Worthington, Avery Morgan, Amherst D. 
Sctvel, esqrs. 

Franklin.— Ira Abel, Darius Fri»k, Comfort D. Fil- 
jnore, Alvan Abel, Henry Hazen, esqrs. 

Grktvold.— William Clift, Welcome A. Browning, A- 
Jexander Stewart, Jr. Jedediah Barstow, Elisha Palridge, 
Nathan Stanton, esqrs. 

Grofan.— Neyes Barber, Ebeoezer Avery, Jr. Ralph 
Hurlbut, John O. Miner, Amos A. Niles, Roswell Fish, 
Caleb Avery, John Brewster, John Spicer, 2d, William 
Williams, Rodman NHes, Palmer Hewit, Elisha Ayer ? 
Rufus Smith. Philip Gray, Nathaa Daboll, esqrs. 

Lebanon. Wm. T. Williams Peleg Thomas Jr. Isa- 
bel Dewey Daniel Hutchinson Abe\ Goodwin Tnoinaft 
Bibcock Charles ^fbelDenison Wattles Jr. esq^s, 



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Lis ion.— Freeman Tracy, Joseph L. Lyon, Joseph 
Jewett, Nathan Brooks, esqrs. 

Lyme. — Moses Warren, Ebenezer Brockway, Richard 
E. Selden,jr.Charles Smith, Sam'l B. Mather, Joel Loomis, 
Peter Comstock, Joseph Chadwick, Henry M. Waite, 
Daniel Anderson, Ezra Pratt, Thomas W. Strickland, 
Joshua R. Warren, John S- Rogers, Charles J. M'Curdy, 
Christopher Comstock, esqrs. 

Montville.— Asahel Otis, Nathaniel Bradford, Jonathan 
Comstock, Stephen G. Thatcher, Hazard Browning, Sher- 
wood Raymond, *sqrs. 

North Sto nington.— Stephen Avery, Elias Hewitt, Na- 
thaniel Pendleton, Sands Cole, Chester Smith, Benjamin 
Pcmeroy, William Randall, jr. John Langworthy, jr. 
Perez Hewitt, David Coats, Ichabod Brown, Israel P. 
Park, esqrs. 

Preston. —Stephen Meech, Denis«n Palmer, Jonathan 
Brewster James Cook, Robert S. Avery, William Kimball, 
esqrs. 

Salem —Joseph Morgan, Ebenezer A. Packer, Shubaei 
Park, Esqrs. 

Stoning ton.— Enoch Burrows, William Randall, Cod- 
dington Billings, Isaac Williams, 2d, Park Williams, Will- 
iam Robinson, Gaorge Hubbard, Amos Gallup, Elias 
Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Giles R. Kallam, Asa Fish, A- 
lexanderG. Smith, Elisha Faxon, Samuel F s Dtnison f * 
Joseph Noyes, esqrs. 

Waterford. — Charles Averv, T^enajah Gardner, Griswold 
Avery, Joshua B. Chape!. Edward R. Warren, Thomas, 
S. Perkins, Jonathan Ccmstock, James Rogers, 2d, esqrs 
PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Jacob B. Gurley, esq. State Attorney, 
New Lou don.— Lyman Law, Jacob B Gurley, William 
P. Cleaveland, Jirah Isham, Ebenezer Learned, William 
F. Brainard, William P. Cleavelaud, jr. esqrs* 

Norwich. — Calvin Goddard, James Lanman,John Hyde 

Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hill, Roswell 

Morgan, Henry Strong, Charles Perkins, Asa Child, esqra 

Colchester. — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peter* 

Amherst D. Scovel, esqrs. 

Grit-wold.— Samuel C. Morgan, Joseph L. Coit,esqTf« 



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Lebanon* Wm. T. Wil'.tams Denison Wattles jr. esqrB, 

Lyme.— Henry M. Waite, Charles J. M'Curdy, Charle 8 
Griswold, esqrs. 

Preston.— Jereminh Halsey, Silas Jones, esqrs. 

Stoning ton. — Coddington Billings, George Hubbard, 
Alexander G. Smith, Elias Brown, esqrs. 

J\orth Stonington.—Benj&min Pomeroy, esq. 

Waterford.— Thomas Shaw Perkins, esq. 



Simeon Smith, esq. New London, Sheriff. 

Deputy. Sheriffs. — Nathan Raymond, New London. — * 
Charles Thomas, Elijah Ames, Norwich. Newhall Tain* 
tor, Colchester. Stephen Haley Greton. Samuel M. 
Downer, Preston. Zebulon Chesebrough, Stonington. 
Lodowick Bill, Lyme. 

James i^orseth New London ; Samuel Bailey, Norwich. 
Jailers, 



COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Robert FaIrchild, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Zalrnon Wildman, Benjamin Isaacs, esqrs, 

Jeremiah Sturges, esq. Treasurer. 

David Burr, esq. Clerk and Clerk tf Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield — David Hill, Samuel Rowland, Hull Bradley, 
EHphalet Swift, Arnos Burr,Gideon Tomlinson, John Hull* 
Jeremiah Sturges, Seymour Ttytor, Gershora Burr, John. 
Staples, Thomas B. Osborn, esqrs. 

Jbanbury. — Samuel H. Phillips, Nathan Seeley, Zaimoa 
Wildraan. David Foot, Russell Hoyt, Reuben Booth,OHveP 
Shepard, John S. Blackman, esqrs. 

Bridgeport.— Noah Plumb, Isaac Sherman, David Ni- 
chols, jr. Charles Winton, fc'-benezer Seeley, Philip A. 
Cannon, Ethan Sherwood, Benjamin Brooks esqrs. 

Mrtokfield. —Daniel Tomlinson, Eli Ruggles, Stephe* 



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ragory, 2era S. A. Peck, Bryant Smith, Wait S. Nortfc- 
gvOp, esqrs. 

Darietl.— Thaddeus Bell, John Weed, Jr. Jona. Bates, 
Abraham Clock, esqrs. 

Greenwich — William Knapp, Joshua Ferris, Thomas 
Close, Ard Reynolds, Samuel Close, esqrs. 

Huntington. Lemuel Judson, Joseph Shelton , Hezekiah 
Marks, David B.Newton, Donald Judson, esqrs. 

New Canaan. Nathan Seeley, Samuel Raymond, 
esqrs. 

New Fairfield. Samuel T. Barnum, Jabez Treadwell, 
David Lane, esqrs. 

Newtown. Lamson Birch, Benjamin Hurd, Adoniram 
Fairchild, Samuel C. Biackman, Zachariah Clark, Jr. 
Daniel Biackman, Charles Chapman, Smith Booth, David 
H. Belden, esqrs. 

Piorwalk. Henry Belden, Barnabas Marvin, Clark Bis- 
sell, Benjamin Isaacs, William M. Betts, Thaddeus Betts, 
esqrs. 

Redding. William Sanford, Jonathan Meeker, Aaron 
Sanford, Jr. Jonathan R. Sanford, Daniel Barlow ,Gershora 
Sherwood, esqrs. 

liidgefield. Samuel Stebbins, Jesse S. Bradley, Brad- 
ley Hull, Lot Forrester, Timothy Keeler, Harvey Smith, 
esqrs. ,* 

Stamford. James Stephens, Charles Hawioy, Simeon 
H. Miner, John Augur, Daniel Lockwood, esqrs. 

Stratford. Robert Fairchild, J#bez H. Tomlinson, Eli- 
jah Ufford, Daniel Judson, David Brooks, Elijah Booth, 
esqrs. 

Sherman* David Northrop, Jed ediah Graves, William 
Giddiugs, James A. Giddings, esqrs. 

Trumbull. Stephen Beardsley, Elijah Midllebrook, 
James Beardsley, Elihu Beach David Hawley, osqrs. 

Weston. Jeremiah Rowland, Joshua Adams Jr. Simeon 
Fanton, Oliver C Sanford, Isaac Bennett, CaWin Whee. 
ler Jr. W. Sherwood Peter Siliiman esqrs. 

Hilton. Matthew Marvin, Ezekiel Sturges Bela t 
Jojin, ErasUs Surges, Asahel R. Betts, esqrs. 



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PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Simeon H. Miner esq. State Attorney. 

Fairfield. Samuel B. Wierwood, Samuel Rowland, RoS 
ger"M. Sherman, Eliphalet Swift, Gideon Tomlinson, 
Thomas B. Osborn esqrs. 

Danbury, Matthew B. Whittlesey, Alanson Hamlin, 
Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor 
€6qrs. 

Jiridgepsrt. Joseph Backus, Charles Winton, Ebene- 
2er Seeley Fitoh Wheeler esqrs. 

JSrookfield. Heman Burch, Bryant Smith esqrs. 

Greenwich. James B. Fairchild esq. 

Newtown. Samuel C. Blackman, Benjamin F. Shelton, 
Charles Chapman, Henry Button David H r Beiden esqrs. 

JSTor-walk. Clark Bissell Thaddeus Betts esqrs. 

Iteilding. Abiel K. Botsford esq 

Stamford. Simeon H. Miner Jtseph Wood Charles 
flaw ley esqrs. 
Stratford* Ira L. Uffbrd esq. 

Trumbull, Amos H. Wheeler esq. 



Friend Starr esq. Sheriff Danbury. 
r Deputy Sheriffs. Thomas F. Rowland Fairfield. As- 
ron 6eeley Danbury. Samuel Brown Greenwich. John 
B. Merritt Bedding. Davis Lockwood Stamford. Asa 
Benjamin Bridgeport. Charles Isaac* Norwa'tk. Bradford 
Wioton Weston. Herm an Warmer Newtown. 
Jailers, Samuel Beers Fairfield. Jesse Crofut Danbury 



COUNTY OF WINDHAM. 



COUNTY COURT. 

David Bolles Esq. Chief Judge. 

630/ Judges James Gordon Vine Kobinson esquires 

Vine Robinson esq. Treasurer. 

£avid C. Bolles esq Clerk and Clerk ©f the 

Superior Sooffe 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn, John Parish Vine Robinson Samuel Scar- 
borough David C. Bolles Blisha Adams, A.White jr.esqrs. 

Ashford. David Bolles Levi Work Edward Keyes John 
"Warren Nathan Hay-ward Michael Richmond Thomas 
Dow Daniel Knowlton 2d David Keyes Iehabodj Bulkley 
esqrs. 

Canterbury. Andrew T. Judson Asahei Bacon John 
Francis Peier Morse Wm. D. Foster Rufus Johnson Jr. 
Samuel L. Hough, Walter Williams Rufus yfdami Luther 
Payne esqrs. 

Vhaplin. David Avery Origin Bennet J. Ross esqrs. 

Columbia. Sites Fuller Ger shorn Doranee Amherst 
£cove! Samuel Little, esqrs. 

Hampton. Kathawiel F. Martin Chas. Moulfcon Chaun» 
«ey F. Cleaveland Jonathan Clark Luther D. Leach esqrs, 

Killingly. Penuel Hutchins, Joseph ^fdams Anthony 
Brown Ebenezer Young Luther Warren ^rby CoviS 
David Chase Harvey Mlashfieid esqrs. 

Mansfield. John 'Salter Zalmon *Storrs Seth Dunham 
Luther Kiegsley David Conaut John Fitch esqrs. 

Plainfield. James Gordon Joseph Eaton John Lester 
John Dunlap Sessions Lester Aaron Crary esqrs. 

Pomfret. Ephraim Ingalls Parden Kingsley Thomas 
M. Grosvenor John Holbrook George Shaipe Thomas 
Hubbard Darius Mathewson esqrs. * 

Sterling. Jeremiah Young John Gallup Calvin Hibbard 
esqrs. 

Thompson. George Larned John Jacobs Simon DavJs 
Jonathan Nichols John Nichols jr. Jesse Ormsby esqrs. 

Voluntown. James Alexander £terry Kinne Benjamin 
Gallup jr. esqrs. 

Windham. Pster Webb Samuel Perkins John Baldwin 
Amos D. A\\t& Jonathan Devotion Roger Huntington 
John Stamford Abnet Robinson Edward Clark Jonah 
Liacola Alfred Young esqn. 



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Woodstf&k. John M'Tiellan Jolm Fox Ebenezer Stoct- 
dard John Paine William Bowen ^bram \V. Payne Luther 
\Kawson Penuel Corben esqrs. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Andrew T Jidson esq. state Attorney. 

Brooklyn. John Parish Jonathan A. Welch Uriel Ful- 
ler Thomas Backus esqrs. 

Ashford. Phillip Hayward Samuel Ashley jr. Ichabod 
Bulkley esqrs. 

Canteibury, Kafus *#dams vfadrew T. Judson Daniel 
JFrost jr. esqas 

t Columbia, Isabel Clark jr. esq. 

I Hampton* Joseph Prentis Chauncey F. Cleaveland 
esqrs. 

Killingly. Ebenezer Young Nathan B. Morse esqrs. 

Mansfield John Fitch John W. Salter esqrs. 

Plainfield. Joseph Eaton Franeis C Johnson esqrs, 
t Pomfret. John tUlbrook Elisha B. Perkins Daniel P. 
Tyler esqrs. 

Sterling. Calvin Hihbard e?q. 

Thompson. George Larned Simon Davis esqrs. 

Windham. Samuel Perkins David Young John Baldwin 
Thomas Gray Edward Clark John Baldwin jr. esqrs. 

Woodstock. John McClellan Ebenezer Stoddard Johfc 
F. Williams esqrs. 



Edmund Freman esq. sheriff Mansfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs, Calvin Rawson Woodstock. Chester 
Lyon Canterbury. Socrates Balcom Windham. Philip 
Pearl jr.Hampton. Alfred Clark .tfshford. Bela P. Spald- 
ing Brooklyn. Vincent Hinkley Plainfield t 
Wm. Tyler Brooklyn Jailer. 



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COUNTY OF LITCHFIELD 



COUNTY COURT. 

Augustus Pettibomi, Esq. Chief Judge, 
^scociate Judges, Martin Strone, John If elch, esquirSs; 

^bel Catlin, Esq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Frederick Wolcott, Clerk and Clerk of the Superior 

Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield. Jehe. Welck, Frederick tfelcott, Asa Ba- 
cow, Fhineas Miner, Levi Catlin, Morr'u Woodruff, $eth 
P. Eerrs, Jabez W. Hnntibgton, Jonathan Buell, Ozias 
Lewis, Ephraim 8. Hall, haiah Bu»ce, Elihu Harrison 
James Birge, Enos Stoddard, David C. Sanford, esquire*. 

Markhamsted. Johe Merretls, If illiam Taylor, Amo% 
Beecher, Paul Roberts jr. Samuel Munseni esquires. 
• Bethlem. Nehemiah Lambert, Sftmue! Bloss, Nathan 
Burton jr. David Bird esquires. 

Canaan. William M Burrall, Joshua Cornwall* Bena- 
j ah Douglas, James Fenn, Isabel North, William" Hola- 
bird, Leman Church esquires. 

Colebrook. Reueen Rockwell.Setk Marshall, Launcelot 
Phelps, Samuel Whitford, William 3. Bollabird esquires, 

Cornwall. Oliver Burnham, Rufus Swift, William Ket- 
Sogg, George Wheaton, Samuel Hopkins esquires. 

Goshen. Truman Starr,Aifred Walter, Homer Collins, 
Tkeron Towner, <Samuel Chapin esquires. 

Harwinton. Lewis Catliu, Ben/anna Griswold, Noah 
Welton, Benajah Kay den, Utiah Hopkins enquires, 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry, johe Mills, Jebn H. Swift, 
Nathan Slosson, Birdsey Beardsley, Zachariah Winegar, 
«/fl[>Heus Fuller, Lewis Mills esquires. V 

New Hartford— -Asa Goodwin Wm. G. Williams An- 
drew Abemethy Isaac Kellogg esqrs. 

JSl'e-w-Milford. Orange Merwin Reuben Warner Da- 
vid b Boardman Homer Roardman Eli Todd Jeel Sanferd 
Perry Smith Daniel Gaylerd Nath'l. Perry itephen Crane j 
ILevi Moi ris esquires. 
Aepfollc. Augustus PeUibone Joseph Batttll Michael F 



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Mill* Joseph Riggs Bushnell Knapp Edmund Brown #sqr» 

Plymouth. Calvin BuMer Thomas Mitchell Chauncey 
iWarner R«%snm Hlakeslee esquirr*. 

Roxbury Jo&iah It. Eastman Hoyal It. Hinman Stephen 
Sanford James Trowbridge <Tm. Pe-Jice esquires. 

Salisbury. Lot Norton Martin Stro*£ ftliphalet Whit- 
tlesey J' hn M. Hoily Satftuel Chqi ch .?!>oali C, Peet Se- 
neca Petty John G. MitcheM esquires. 

Sharon. Calvin Gay Samuel r Everett Oliver Kellogg 
«/fnsel Sterling Samuel Rockwc'l Samuel R. Gager Beaoni 
Peck Samuel Roberfs Horatio fmith esq% ires. 

Torrington. William Battel! Erastus Hodges Russell 
C. Abernethy Griswold Woodward Christopher C.Wolcott 
Levi Mansell esquires. 

Warren. Stephen Strong Sherman Hartwell Salmoa 
Weston Josiah Finney esquires 

Washington. Daniel if.Brinsmade Censtantioe McMa- 
hon Curtis Hichcock Ensign Bushnell Yeungs Elliott Her- 
manus Marshall ^?iven Brown esquires. 

ff atertewn. Charles Msrriman Hoi brook Curtis John 
Buckingham Samuel H. Ntttleton James Shelton eaq'rs. 

Winchester- Joseph Miller lames Beefee Truman S, 
Wetmore Isaac Brownson Luman Wakefield Jonathan 
Coe jr. 

Woodbury Charles B. Phelps Jesse Miner Matthew 
Miner jr. Leman Sherman Gideon B. Botstord esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Seth P Rcers esq state attorney. 

Litchfield, ^a Bacon Phineas Miner Seth P. Beers 
ja>*z W. Huntington Truman S enith D. C. Sanfortf es- 
quires 

Bethlem, Joseph H Be'Iamy esq. 

Canaan. Jf»h» Elmore ;V IV m M.Burrall Reubeft 
Hunt Leman Chureh Daniel Jaqua Jr. 

Colebrook. Wm. %. Hollabird esq. 

Corn-wall. George Whealoi esq. 

Gosheji. Nelson Brewster esq. 

Kent. Nathaniel P» Perry esq- 



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Aew- Hart ford, Roger Mills William G. Williams es» 
quires. 

JVew-Milford- David S. Boardman Perry Smith George 
S. Boardraan Nath'l. Perry esquires. 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills esq. 

Plymouth* Calvin Butler esq. 

JRexbury, Royal R Hinraan Isaac Leavenworth esqrs. 

Salisbury. Elisha Sterling Samuel Church Philander 
Wheeler John G. Mitchell John M. Sterling esquires. 

Sharon. Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Ebenezer Black- 
Mflan Charles F. Sedgewick esquires. 

Turlington, Thomas Wilcox. 

Washington* Frederick I. Fcnn. 

Watertoxvn, Holbrook Curtis esq. 

Winchester, Joseph Miller esq. 

Woodbury Noah 8. Benedict Matthew Miner jr. Johfe 
Strong jr. Charles B. Phelps, esquires. 



Moses Seymour jr. esq sheriff, Litchfield. 
Deputy sheriffs, Ozias Seymour, Litchfield. Wm. f, 
Russell, Canaan. Philo Mills, Kent. Tertias Wads- 
worth, New Hartford. Charles V Judson, Washington. 
Gideon Hal!, Winchester. N>than Preston. Woodbury. 
Samuel Comstock, New-Miltord. Wm. H. Walton. Salis- 
bury; John S Earner. Plymouth. Henry Reed, Sharon., 
Stephen Demiug, Litchfield, Jaiier. 



COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Joshua Stow, Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, W m. Carter, ObadJah Spencer, esquires 

Sefh Overton, esq. Treasurer- 

John Fisk, esq. Clerk and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Wm. H. Fisk, Assistant Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Middletwn.-Slephen T- Hosmer, Alexander WolcoU, 
JoZiStow, Samuel W. Puna, Josmh Sa»ag., Daniel J 

be^^^^ 

Jona Usher, Charles Arnold, Ely Warner, Sm.lh Clark, 

^artam.-Benjsinin Hard, Ralph Smith, Geo. White, 
Sparrow Smith, Samuel Hall, Philip Sage, Abner Pelton, 
jr. Franklin G- Comstock, Bartlet Lew, 8| Ira Lee.esq'rs, 
J Durham. -Worthiogton G. Chauneey, Lemuel Camp, 
Samuel Vibbals, Wm. S. Camp, Jesse Atwell, Timothy 
Coe, ir- Asahel Strong, esquires. 

i« 8 *.//arf<fom.-Jo S iah Griffin, Isaac Chapman, , Isaae. 
Chester, Wm. Hungerford, Riehard Lord, Russell DuUon, 
Wm. Gelston, Oliver Green, Aaron C. Farmer, Lemuel 
C. Daniels, Thomas C Boardman, esqiures. 

Xmngvorth.-Wn>. Carter, Austin 01c °.% D J d D ^: 
tey, Jartd Elliott, Jedediah Harris, Benjamin Hurd, Da»id 
Griswold, George Carter, Abiel A. Looms, Jerem.ah 

HU i*r^l r -John Stannard, Clark Nott, Joe! rrrtWWnj. 
Lynda, Ebenezer Hayden, R«f»C<«^> S M ? a SL^ < nSlt 
tiurdon Smith, Reynold Webb, Jeded.ah Post, Bam Den- 
ison, Samuel Ingham, George rratt, Samuel Carter, bam- 
net Jones, esquires. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Georee W. Stanley, esq. State Attorney. 
JWAflrf«Mi.-SMDOel W. Dana, Matthew T. Bane I . 
Enoch Huntington, George W. Stanley, El.jah Hubba.d, 
Jona. Barnes, jr. Miner Hotchkiss Wro. L Storrs, Wm. 
Van Deursen, jr. Samuel D. Hubbard, Enoch T- Parsons, 
Hezekiah L. Hosmer,Charles R. Alsop esqrs. 
Baddum.-Kly Warner, Smith fclark. esquires. 
C/toA«m.-CoMUM F. Daniels, Mark Moore, esquire*. 



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' East Haddcm.—W'iWhm Hungerford, Azel Utley, N. L. 
Foster, esquires. 

Killing-worth — Abie! \. Loomis,csq. 

Saybrook.~- Joseph Piatts, Samuel Ingham, L.T. Clarke 
Stephen Vf. Starkey, esquires. 

John L Lewis, esq. Sheriff, Middletown. 

Deputy Sheriff's,— Charles Arnold, Haddam. G'uleoa 
Biggins. EaH-Haddam. Frederick Wright, 2d s Killing- 
worth, Abraham Pratt, Say brook. 

Harvey Tread way, Middletown ; Chas. Arnold, Haddam , 
Jailers. 



COUNTY OF TOLLAND. 



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€OUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Ingoldsby W.Crawford, Eliphalet Toting, 

esquireSo 

Jeremiah Parish, esq. Clerk. 

Elisha Stearns, esq Clerk of the Superior Court. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland. — Jonathan Barnes, Catoin Willey, EHphateft 
Yoing, Jeremiah Parish, Geo. M* Hyde, esquires. 

Motion. Jabez L, White, John Ruggles, Noah Strong, 
Daniel W. Badger, Saul Alvord, jr. esquires. 

Coventry. Nathan Howard, tspiah Daggett, Cephai 
Brigbam, Zelotes Long, Stephen Hosmer, Levi Sweetiand 9 
esquires. 

Ellington. Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Nathan Johnson, 
Benjamin Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, esquires. 

Hebron. Sylvester Gilbert, John 9. Peters, Stuart Bee- 
be, Peytpt R. Gilbert, Leonard Uendee, William Brown, 
ILevi Waldo, ./fbner Hendee, esquires. 

Somers Walter R. Klbbe* Horatio A. Hamilton, Icba- 
fcod Mndge, Oliver Chapin, 2d, esquires. 



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Stafford. Benning Mann, Rhodolphas Woodwortb 
Kathan Bartlett, Amos Harvey, Joseph Sibley, Zina Win* 
ter, esquiies. 

Uuion, Ingtldsby W. Crawford, Luther Crawford? 
Philip Corbm, esquires. 

Vernon. Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis M'Lean, Oliver Vt 
King, esquires. 

WUUngton Zebulon Crocker, Daniel Glazier, John J 
Moulton, Nathaniel Sibley esquires. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan Barnes, esq State Attorney. 

Tolland. Jonathan 8arnes,Calvin WUley,Elisha Stearns 
Jeremiah Parish, esquires. 

Bolton. Saul »#lvord, jr. esq* 

Ellington. *#sa Willey, John H Brock way esq. 

Hebron Stuart Beebe, Ralph Gilbert, Robert Russell^ 
esquires. 

Somen. Walter R. Kibbee, Nathan Cooley, esquires. 

Stafford* Benning Mann. Khodolphus W ood worth, es* 
quires. 



Elijah Johnson, esq. Stafford, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs. —Samuel Kent,Tolland ; Francis Hydt> 
Stafford ; Simtn House, flebrcn. 

Samuel Kent, Tolland, Jailer. 

SURVEYORS IN CONNECTICUT. 

George GiLLET,esq. Hebron (Tolland County) Sur- 
veyor General. 
Deputy Surveyor, 
County of Hartford — Daniel St. J*hn, of Hartford. 
County of JVew Haven — Noyes Darling, of Woodbridgey 
County of Neu) London--*Moses Warren, of Lyme. 
Counly of Fairfield — Joseph M. White, of Danbury. 
County of Windham — Lemuel Ingalls, of Pomfret. 
County of Litchfield — Wm. M. Burrall,of Canaan, 
County of Middle$w~-Dw Lane, of Kilimgwortk* 



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COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts, 
Hartford 
New- Haven 
New-London 
Fairfield 
Windham 
Litchfield 
Middieicwn 
Plainfield 
Guilford 
Norfolk 
Woodbury- 
Stamford 
Danbmy 
EastHaddam 
Norwich 
Pom fret 
Sharon 

Stafford 

Simsbury 
Stonington 

Farmington 

Wallingford 

Saybrcok 

St ratio: d 

East Windsor 

Waferimry 

Noi walk 

New-Milford 

Hebron 

Granny 

Newtown 

Suffieid 

Berlin 

Chatfiaa* 



Judges* 
John Buss 
Wm, H.Soardman 
Moses Warren 
David Hill 
John Baldwin 
Fred'k Wolcott 
John Alsop 
Ebenezer Young 
Keoben ElUott 
Michael F. Mills 
Chas. B s Phelps 
Charles Hawley 
Reuben Booth 
Benj. Trumbull 
J^hn Hyde 
John Nichols, jr. 
Samuel Church 
Calvin Willey 
E!?sha Phelps 
W.Willi.-*ms,of Gr. 
Noad'ah Woodruff 
Rufus Hitchcock 
ViD. Lytide 
Robert Fair child 
Lorain T. Pea6e 
John Kingsbury 
«a.M *3etts 
Jehiel Williams 
Sylvester Gilbert 
Joab Gf'fBn, jr. 
Sam 1 ! C.Biackman 
Oliver Pease 
Thomas Lee* 
JEfeojtmiu Hurd 



Clerkt. 
James Wells 
John Hunt, 2d 
Lodowick Fosdick 
Gideon Tomltnson 
John Baldwin, jr. 
J. W. Huntington 
JohnF-sk 
James Gordon 
George Griswold 

Nathan Preston,jr. 
S- Lock wood v jr. 
S.H. Phillips 
^.M. Trumbull 
Bur? ell Lathrop 
Tho.M Grosvenor 
Leman Church 
David P Brooks 
Hector F. Phelps 
George Hubbard 

Wm. R.Hitchcock 
Samuel Ingham 
David J?rooks 
R. M. Afeee 
Ch.D. Kingsbury 
•Thanatus liens 
G. S Boardman 
Stuart Beche 
Joshua R. Jt:wett 
Charles ChapDQ an 
Oliver Pease 
Ira £mith 
Con&UnsF. Daniels 



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COMMISSIONERS ON -TURNPIKE ROADS, 
BRIDGES. FERRIES, &c. 

TURNPIKE ROADS. 

Boston— David Keyea, CaWin Whitney 

Bridgeport & New town 

*4bel Beers, James 8. Fairman 

Canaan & Salisbury 

Benajah Douglass, Jeremiah Hosford 

Chatham & Marlborough. 
Timothy Wood bridge, David Tracy 
Cheshire — Lemuel Whitman, Charles H. Poa4 
Chester & North Killingworth 
Hezekiah Canneld, Joshua L'Homraediea 
Colchester & Chatham 
Ifcalph £mith, Abzev Hende* 
Colchester SJ Norwich 
Timothy Woodbridge, Levi Waldo 
Columbia — David Norton, Timothy Kingsley 
Connecticut— Simeon H. Miner, Jeremiah Sturgee 
Cornwall & Warren 
Josiah Finney, William Bennett 

Cornwall & Washington 

Jesiah Finney, William Bennett 

D anbury & Jtidgefeld 

Stephen Hoyt. Russell Hoyt 

Durham & East Guilford 

Joshua Stow, John F. Meigs 

East Haddam& Colchester 
|Ben»amin Coit, John Dewitt 

East Hartford tJ Tolland 

EViphalet Young, Lemuel White 

East Middle— Calvin Butier, Bela Biakesly 

Mssex— Samuel Ingham, Joshua L'Hommedieu 

Farmington River 

[Lent Benham, Arah Phelps 

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Fairfield Redding 6? Westm 

Phineas Taylor, John Hull 

Goshen & Sharon 

Samuel Roberts, Joshua LoTell 

&ranby — Jeffrey O. Phelps, James Goodwi* 

Qreen FFoecfe— Gideon Hale, Grove Piuney 

Groton & Stonington 

Charles Rulkley, John P< Trott 

Haddam & Durham 

Joshua Stow, John Swathel 

Hartford £# J\ ew Haven 

Charles H. Pond, Luther Beck ley 

Hartford & New London 

James Mitchell* Christopher Manwariffg 

Martford, Tolland, Windham &f New London Gouniiit 

Zelbtes Long, Charles Thomas 

Hartford & Tolland 

Lemuel White, Eliphalet Yoang> 

Hebron & Middle Haddam 

David Norton, Ralph Smith 

Houiatonic— Charles H. Pond, Peter Tomlinseft 

KiRmgworth & Haddam 

Jared Elliot, Jedediah Harris 

Zitchfield—Wm. M. Banal!, Asa S. Brewster 

Litchfield & Cornwall 

Samuel Roberts, Joshua Loveil 

Litchfield & Harwinton 

Calvin Butler, Abel Catliri 2d. 

Litchfield & New Milford 

Stephen Demir»g, Morris Woodruff 

IMiddlesex—J**'*!*. 5 tow, Samuel Ingham 

Middletown & Berlin 

Joshua stow, £phraim Bound- 

Middietown & Durham 

Joshua iStow, Charles K. Pond 

Middlemen & Meriden 

Joshua Stow John Sw.thet 

lithegan— Christopher Man waring, Lodowicfc FQ8(fl$l& 

New Haven & Derby 

Charles tt. Poad, Samuel VVaaiwwtfe 



New Haven & Milford 
Charles H. Pond. Giles Mansfield ] 

New Lonifon & Lyme 

James Mitchel, Christopher Griffin 

Aero London arid Windham, Counties ■ 

Alexander Stewart, Jun. Wm. Feuaer 

New Mil ford and Sherman 

Daniel A. Picket, Israel Camp 

hew Milford and Woodbury 

Elijah Benuet, Daniel \. Picket 

Mew Preston— Krastus Reynolds, Abijah Tomlinson 

Norwalk and Danbury 

Zalmon Wildman, Joseph Darling 

Norxoich and Woodstock 

Vine Robinson, Levi Johnson 

Oxford— Charles H. Pond, Gideon JuJson 

P^ttipague and Guilford 

Samuel Ingham, Abiel A. Loorais 

Rimmon Fall*— John Moscley, Charles 11. Pond 

Salem and Hamburgh 

Samuel Ingkam, Charles Smith 

Sharon and Cornwall 

Oliver KeUo^, Peter fierce 

Stafford Mineral Spring 

Lemuel White, Eliphalet young 

Still River 

Thomas Conklm, Jonathan Coe Jmw 

Southington and Waterbury 

John Kingsbury, Sylvester Norton 

Straits— diaries \l. Pond, John Phelpg 

Tallcott Mountain 

Noah >\. Phelps, Amasa Woodford 

Thompson— Jes«e Grmsby, Luther Warren. 

Tolland County 

Eliphalet Young, Daniel Glazier 

r Corringto:i — Samuel Woodward tfamuel Seymoar 

Washington— Keuben Martin, Lewis 2?eer$ 

Win dh a m & Co ve n t ry 

John Baldwin, Elijah Wright 

Windham *J Mansfield— Henry W>bb, Roger H»ntingto* 

West Middle— Jesse Mine", Nehemiah C. Sanford 

Woodstock & Somen— Heaek'uu Nye, Gidding* Hyds 



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Waterbwy River—Jon*. Coe.jr. John Buckingham 

Connecticut & Rhode Island 

Luther Warren, Vine Robinson. 



BRIDGES. 



Niantick Bridge. 

Moses Warren, Mam Larrabee 

Hartford Bridge 

John Hempstead, Lemuel White, James Goodwin. 

JXorwich and Preston 
Charles Rockwell, Elias Brown, Jonathan Brewster 
Mystic— Koswell Fish, Jesse D. Noyes 
Tomlinson 9 s .Charles Pond, Rufus Hitchcock, Eldad Gilbert 
Dragon— Samuel Wadsworth. Giles Mansfield 
Bridgeport 
Robert Fairchild, John Hull, Samuel C. i?lackman 
j Washington — Charles H. Pond, Robert Fairchild 
Leavenworth' s — John Humphreys Jr. Wm. Hinmart 
7oflr—Anios Johnson, Samuel C. Biackman 
Bennett's— 6'hadrach Osborne, Wbb. Edmonds 
Bonoiey's — Wait S. Northrop, Czar Nearing 
Neiv-Miljord, Toll — Homer Boardman, Isaac San'ford. 
Bull's Falls— 7/omer Boardman, Isaac Stanford > 
PraWs — Homer Boardman, Isaac Sanford 
Fuller's— Homer Boardman, Isaac 5anford 



FERRIES. 

Derby Ferry (at Narrows. J 

Charles H. Pond, Philip Saunders 

J\ ew-JLandoii Ferry. 

James Mitchel!, Samuel Chany 

Gale's Ferry— Ralph Huilbut, Elisha 3VJ. Corastock 

Chapman's — benjamin Hurd, Joshua L'HommedieU 

JBrockxuay' 8— Joshua L'Hommedieu, Hezekiah Canfieltl 

Warren's -Samuel B, Mather, Peter Comstock 



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fiigganiim— Uenjamin Hurd, Joshua L'Hommediea 

H&dciam Island — lieujamin Hurd, Joshua L'Hommedie* 

East Haddmm — Benjamin Hard, Joshua L'Homu»oUi«» 

Middle Haddam Landing 

Benjamin Hurd, Chevers Brainard 

Cullich Ely's— Samuel B. Mather, Peter Comstock 

Rocky /##— Levi Lusk, Samuel Weils 

Pratt's — Levi Lusk, Samuel Wells 

Kinney's—' ^evi Lusk, Samuel Wells 

Aing's— Jabez Collins, Samuel Morris 

East- Windsor, at mouth of Scantic. 

Ebenezer F. Bisseli, Jonathan Pasco 

East Windsor, at H'aiehouse Point 

Ebenezer F. Hissed, Jonathan Pasco 

Enfield and Sufield, or- Lovejoy J & « 

Jabez Collins, Samuel Xorris 

Say brook 

James Mitchell, Noyes barber, Simeon Smitk 



Works of the Union Company, in Connecticut /liver 
John Caldwell, John Hempstead, Lemuel White 



$otim eier&$ $c Collectors. 



Towns, 
Ash ford 
Barkharapsted 
Berlin 
Bethlem 
Bolton 
Bozrah 
Bran ford 
Bristol 
Brookfield 
Burlington 
Brookly u 
Bridgeport 

Canterbury^ 

Canaan 



Clerks, 
Josias Byles 
John Merrell 
George Hubbard 
Samuel Church 
Mantoa Hammond 
Gardner A very- 
Samuel Frisbie 
Tracy P«ck 
Daniel Hawley 
Wait Lowrey 
Zach Spalding 
Salmon Hubbell 
Thomas Coit 
Benajah Douglass 



Collectors Sta.lax. 
Ebenezer Chaffee j 
Joseph Wilder 
Horace Steel 
Adam C. Cassoa 
Luther Talcott 
Wm. L. Crocker 
J. R. Fowler 
W. R. Byingtoti 
Elm. B. Northrop 
Willard Hitchcock 
BE. Palmer 
Ezra Gregory 
Spencer Lyon 
Harvey Lawrence 



Canton 

Chaplin 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Colebroek 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

Darien 

East-Haven 

East-Hartford 

East-Haddara 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Farmington 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

G ran by 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Proton 

Cluil ford 

Hamden 

Haddani 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

l^illinswortk 



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Clerks. 



Coflectorsl 



James Humphrey Hosea Case 2d 
Or in Witter Septira. Uurnhatti 

Zebulon Penfield Olmsted Gates 
Rufus Hitchcock B.D.Doolittle 
Lancelot Phelps Pinney North 
EzekielW. Parsons J. C. Bulk ley 
Samuel Little Daniel Holhrook 

William Kellogg Anson Rogers 



Nathan Howard 
Darius Starr 
Sheldon Curtiss 
W. G. Chauncey 



Chester Daggett 
Levi Starr 
Ezekiel Gilbert 
Asher Robinson 



Darius K.Scofield Joseph Weed 



Bela Farnum 
Samuel Pitkin 
K.L Foster 
Aaron Bissel 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Potter 
Samuel Richards 
Samuel Rowland 
Henry Hazen 
Jonathan Wells 
M'\no Hale 
Daniel Hayesjr, 
John J. Tracy 



S. T. Andrews 
Jishhe) Olmsted 
Wm. Marsh 
Select Men 
Daniel Kimball 
John King 
Elijah Porter 
Th. F. R«wlan0 
Daniel Gager 
Chauncey Goodate 
Collins Baldwin 
Calvin Dibble 
Seth Lyon 



DanM. Huntington Dwight It. Tyler 
Nathan Daboll Rutus Allen 



Samuel Fewler 
Itussel Pierpont 
John .Brainard 
Thos. Clark 
Elisha Colt 



John 2?urgis 
Eii Dickerman 
Geo. S.8rainarA 
Asa U. Martin 
Be^ja Hastings 



Josiah C. Banning Benson Coe 
Elijah Gay lord Gay R. San ford 



John S, Peters 
Samuel P, Mills 
Lewis Mills 
Etisha Kelsej 



Andrew Wei leu 
Ch. N.Sheilon 
Phiio Mills 
David Wrigfet 



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Town*, 

Killmgly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 
, Litchfield 

Lyme 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Middletown 

Gilford 

Montvi'.le 

Monroe 

New Canaan 

Jtfew-Fairfie'd 

New-Hartford 

New-Haven 

Kew-London 

Kew.Milford 

Newtown 

Korih-Haven 

.Korfolk 

Jforwalk 

Norwich 

N. Stonington 

Orange 

Oxford 

Flainfield 

Plymouth 

Pom fret 

PreHon 

Bedding 

Kidgeneld 

Roxbury 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Sherman 

£tBA6U 



Clerki. 
Jeremiah Field 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph Jewett 
Moses Seymour 
Charles Smith 



wfbner Chace 
Hubbard Duttoa 
Barstow Brnmley 
Charles Buel 
Charles Peck 



Luther Kingsley Jesse Spaffbrd 
David B. Ripley Elijah Foote 
Patrick Lewis Asahel Curti8 

Larmon Townsend David Porter 



John Fisk 
Samuel Higby 
Joshua ifaker jr. 
•Samuel Wheeler 
Samuel St. John 
S. T. Bar num. 
Asa Goodwin 
Elisha Munson 
Ebenezer Way 
Elisha Bostwick 
Caleb Baldwin 
Daniel Pierpont 
Aureu Roys 
Benjamin Isaacs 



Ezi-a Coe 
Beard Baldwin 
J. W. tfaughton 
Wm. Beach 
Edward Nash 
Amzi Rogers 
Wait Garret 
John Sc«tt 
Jona. Brookf 
Edward Hunt 
Rhesa Foot 
Eliade Sanford* 
Thomas Curtia 
Charles Isaacs 



Philip H'nHngton Chrrlei Thomas 
•Stephen Averj Jeremiah York 



B. L Lambert 
Hosea Dutton 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Butler 
T. M. Grosvenor 
Denisoa Palmer 
Jona. R. San ford 
Samuel Stebbini 
Silas Miner 
John Billings 
Lewis L. Peet 
Clark Nott 
Geo. King jr. 
David Northrop 
jsvlift r Chapia 2d? 



•41pheus Clark 
f/oraee Candee 
Charles Harris 
John S. Warner 
James Howe jr. 
George W Morgan 
•Aaron Morehouse. 
Wro Keeler 
Cyrene Mallerjr 
James Lamb 
Jared £. Harrison 
Wm. Bull 
John Williams 
Lewis Starr 
Chester Speae^ 



^outhlngton 

Southbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Simsbury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torringtca 

Trumbull 

Union 

"Vernon 

Veluntown 

Wallingford 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 

Waterford 

Watertown 

Weston 

Wether sfield 

JFillington 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winchester 

Woodbridge 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Woloott 



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Clerks- 
Romeo Lowrey 
John Mosely 
Abijah Blodget 
Seymour Jarvis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Elijah Uiford 
Oliver Pea6e 
Meses Resign 
JohnNichols jr. 
Joseph Howard 

K.C. ^bernelhy 

LewisBurton 

Nath*l Newell 

L. P. Tinker 

James Alexander 

Hunn Munson 

Gecrge Starr 

D. B. Brinsmade 

Ashley Scott 

Caleb llavniond 

T. C. Steele 

Simeon Fan ton 

Ezekiel P.Belden Elisha Wolcot'tjr. 

Gideon N. Meuick Origen Dinaoek 



Collectors 
oot Gridley 
Wm. Hicotk 
James Ruby 
E. H. Weed 
John Thurston 
Joshua Wheeler, jp 
Benjamin Uflford 
Roswell King 
BP Bacon 
Charles How let 
Ariel l^add 
Uri Taylor 
Daniel Ufford 
Benjamin Corbin 
Benj. Talcott jr« 
Minor Kobbins 
Dickerman Hall 
Augustus Colemae 
John N.Gunn 
Israel Holmes 
Wm, Gorton 
Alanson Warrea 
Lanson Coley 



Samuel Belden 
Eliphalet Ripley 
Elisha N. Sill 
Levi Pratt 
Ju&tus Thomas 
Lemari Sherman 
John Fox 
Archibald Miner 



Zalmon Dikemaa 
Henry Webb 
Hiram Thrall 
Orson Andrews 
Truman Hotchkiss 
David Brothwell 
•0.A. Williams 
Willard Plumb 



The Ccmmisadae^s to equalize the Assessment List* 
for the State ar© tke Treasurer and Comptroller for the 



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jf cm Selectmen aufc &ofcw 
Kreasurers* 



Town*. 

Ash ford 

Barkhamsted 

Berlin 

Bethlem 

Bolton 

Basrah 

Bran ford 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Burlington 

Brooklyn 

Bridgeport 

Can ternary 

Canaan 

Canton 

Chaplin 

Chatham 

Cheshire 

Cole brook 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Coventry 

Danbury 

Derby 

Durham 

Darien 

East Haven 

East Hartford 

East Haddam 

East Windsor 

Ellington 

SsficU 



First Selectmen. 

♦tfraos Knowlton 
Jesse Ives 
Levi Barnes 
S. C. Leavitt 
Sylvester Skinner 
Wm. Kelley 
John Barker 
Joel Truesdell 
Kalmon Goodsell 
Hunn Andrus 
Sara , l. Scarborough 
Wilson Hawley 
John Francis 
Moses Benedict 
Elisha Sugdon 
»#bel Ross 
Elisha Covell 
Silas Hitchcock 
Thomas Conklin 
E W. Newton 
Salmon Abel 
Elias Hart 
Solomon Bidwell 
Steph. B. Benedict 
Sheldon Gurtiss 
James Tibbals 
John. Bell 
E. Hemingway 
Selah Webster 
L. C. Daniels 
John McThomson 
Wyllis Russell * 
Heory Kingsbury 



Treasurers. 

Jasias Byles 
M. Merrills 
George Hubbard 
Samuel Church 
Man ton Hammond 
Gardner *4very 
Samuel Frisbio 
Tracy Peck 
Waite Northrop 
Gad Frisbie 
Zachariah Spalding 
Smith Tweedy 
Thomas Coit 
Bena;ah Douglass 
Lance I Foot 
Orin Witter 
Zebulon Penfie'd 
Kufus Hitchcock 
Ira Whiting 
John R. Watrous 
Samuel Little 
Ben/. Callin 
Nathan Howard 
Alanson Hamlin 
Ethiei Keeuey 
Dennis Camp 
Joshua Scofield 
Bela Famhaiu 
Samuel Pitkin 
N L Foster 
Aaron Bisuell 
Robert Hyde 
Elam O. Jfottvp 



Taims 

Farmington 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Glastenbury 

Goshen 

Granby 

Greenwich 

Griswnld 

Gro'on 

Guilford 

Haroden 

Haddam 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Wartland 

HarwintOH 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Kent 

Killingworth 

Killingly 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Manchester 

Maiffield 

Marlborough 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Middletown 

Milford 

Monro* 

Montville 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

New Hartford 

New Haven 

New London 

Ucw JMford 



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First Selectmen 

George Cowles 
David Hill 
Stephen Prentice 
Joseph Wells 
Theroo Beach 
Eliznr Benjamin 
Jonas How 
James Lord 
A<laro Larabee 
Nath Griffing 
Joel Lord 
John Brainard 
Nath. F. Martin 
John Hempsted 
Sam. Benjamin 
Uriah Hrpkins 
Abner Hendee 
N.G. Birdsey 
Stephen Burnet 
Ely A. Elliot 
Wm. G.Tarrjr 
John Johnson jr. 
Freeman Tracy 
Reuben Webster 
Peter Comstock 

S. Freeman 
Joel Foote 
Seth D. Piumb 
Gideon Piatt 
Henry Carrington 
SarauH Durand, jr. 
A qui Lewis 
S. Raymond 
J.B. Benedict 
N A. Hayse 
Norman MerreJl 
Wm. Mix 
. jSarouei Chany 
Elihu Marsh 



Treasurers. 

Solomon Cowles 
David Hill 
Oliver Johnson 
Samuel Wells 
^9dino Hale 
D Hayes # ;r. 
Peter Mead 
D. Huntington 
Nathan Daboli 
Samuel Fowler 
Rnssel Pierpont 
G. S. Brainard 
Thomas Clark 
Isaac Spencer 
J. C. Banning 
R. Abernethy 
John S. Peters, 
Hezekiah Marks 
Philo Mills 
Dan Lane 
Jeremiah Field 
Anderson Martin 
Joseph Jewett 
Samuel Buell 
S. B Mather 



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Towns. 

Newtown 

North Haven 

Norfolk 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

N. Stonington 

Orange 

Oxford 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Pomfret 

Preston 

Redding 

Ridgefield 

Roxbuiy 

jSalem 

Salisbury 

Say brook 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Somers 

Southington 

Southbury 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Sterling 

Stonington. 

Stratford 

Suffield 

S>Oi»bury 

Thompson 

Tolland 

Torringtoa 

Trumbull 

Union 

Vernon 

Voluntown 

Wallingford 

Warr»a 



First Selectmen 

Abijah Merritt 
Timothy Andrus 
Amos Pettibone 
Benj Isaacs 
John Bus well 
Sands Cole 
N. Kimberley 
Charles Bunnell 
E. C Eaton 
KaLsom Biakeslee 
Samuel Dresser 
Charles Meech 
Jona. Merchant 
Abner Gilbert 
David Wilier 
Joseph Morgan 
Daniel Johnson 
Jonathan W a rner 
•tflpheus Jewett 
Jedediah Graves 
Amariah Kibbe jr. 
Stephen VValkly 
John Wheeler 
Benning Mann 
D. Lockwood 
Calvin Hibbard 
William Randall 
Elijah Booth 
Andrew Deaison 
Dudley Humphrey 
Parley Whittemore 
Geo. M. Hyde 
Asaph Gillett 
Justice B. Curtiss 
Daniel Law son 
Francis McLean 
Daniel Keigwin 
David M. Cook 
Baa Carter 



Treasurers* 

Ezra Glaver 
Daniel Pierpont 
J. H. Pettibone 
Benj. Isaacs 
C. P. Huntington 
Chester Smith 
Solomon jJohnsom 
Abel Wheeler 
Squire Cady 
Calvin Buttoa 

DesiftOn Palmer 
Jona. R. San ford 
Richard Randall 
Peter C. Oakley 
John Billings 
^biiah C. Peet 
Clark fcott 
Samuel Rockwell 
John Or ton 
II A. f Tamil ton 
lloger Whittlesey 
William Hinraan 
^bijah Blodget 
Seymour Jar vis 
Pierce Smith 
Jesse Dean 
Dafid H rooks 
Oliver Pease 
Benj. Ely 
John Niohols, jr* 
Joseph Howard 
R.'C. Abernethy 
U/Middlebrook 
N. Newell 
U P. Tinker 
James Alexander 
DickerKan Hall 
Joseph A, Twvme* 



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Towns. 

Washington 
Waterburjr 
\Yatei.ford 
Water town 
Weston 
Wethersfield 
Willington 
Wilton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winchester 
Wood bridge 
Woodbury- 
Wood stock 
Wpltott 



First Selectmen. 

•John N. Gunn 
Joseph Bronson,2d- 
James Rogers,2d. 
Truman Baldwin 
Oliver C. lanford 
Samuel Galpin 
Hiram Rider 
Erastus Sturges 
G. Maning 
Elihu Roberts 
Jonathan Coe, jr. 
John Northrop 
Thomas Root 
Spencer Child 
Orren Plumb 



Treasurers. 

Samuel Leavitt 
James Scovil 
Caleb Raymond 
Wm.' H* Merimaa 
Isaac Bennett 
TimothyStiilmaa 
Gideoa N.Merrick 
S. fielden 
Eiiphaiet Ripler 
Eli Wilson 
Levi Piatt 
Justus Thorn at 
David Brothwcil 
John Fox 
Ambrose Ives 



MiaiffilA. 



His Excellency 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 

Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Col Jabez W. Huntington,/ „. • , n„ m * 
Col. Oliver S. Wolcoit, \ ^^de-Camp 

His Honor 
DAVID PLANT, 
Lieutenant-General, 

Mds'de-Camp.l 



Major Solomon Porter, 
Major -Samuel H. Huntington 

Major General George Cowles, Adjutant General. 
Colonel Michael Olcott, Qiarter -Master General 
Colonel James Ward, Commissary-General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster-General' 



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GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 



AT HARTFORD. 

foot! Lynde OJmsted, Major Commandant. 
lit Company.Surcrtel Gray, Captain and 1st Lie*t, 

Charles Wells, 2d lieut. 

Horace Hayes, 3d do. 

Joel Steele, jr. 4th do. 

Denison Morgan, Ensign. 
horse. JohnE. Hart, Major Commandant, 
is* Company. Benjamin I.Boardman, Captain and lstlieut, 

Stephen P. Keyes, 2d lieut. 

George Church, cornet. 

Roderick Colton, Qr. Master. 



AT NEW-HAVEN. 

foot. Charles B- Ciranniss, Major Commandant. 
Zd Company, VV.m. W. Boardman, Captain and 1st lieuf, 

Eli YV\ Blake, 2d lieut. 

Elisha Dickcrman jr. 3d do. 

Rodney Burton, 4th do. 

Eli Dickerman, ensign. 
KonsE. William I.Foibes, Major Commandant* 
2d Company. Joshua Barnes jr. Captain and 1st lieut-. 

Byard Barnea, *2d lieut. 

Jared Barnes, Cornet. 

INFANTRY. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the first and second Brigades. 
George Cowles, esq. Major General. 

Major Backus W. Birsre, I a - t j n j. 
Major George Robmtor,\ Ms ' de - Cam P' 
Lieutetiant-Colonel Samuel Denning, Division Inspsettor> 
Major James Cowles, Division Qjr. Master. 



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FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the first, sixth, fourteenth, and seventeenth 
laegiments, Infantry ,and first and fourth regiments Cavalry. 

Ezra Adams, jr. Brigadier Genera!, 
Samuel S. Stebbinsj Brigade Major and Inspector, 
Daniel P. Hopkins, Brigade Quarter Master. 
filiiur D. Adams, Aid-de.Camp. 



First Regiment. 

Iremus BroWn, Colonel. 

Martin Rockwell, Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Richard Niles, Major. 

Charles Munn, Adjutant. Thomas Robins, Chaplain- 

Horace H. Sill, Quarter Master. James Sheidon, Paymas* 

ter. Charles Woodward, Surgeon. Samuel VV. Brown, 

Surgeon's Mate, De Forest Manice. Quarter Master 

Sergeant. O. L. Sheldon, Sergeant Major. 

Captains— - Thomas C. Perkins, Samuel Phelp3, Daniel 
Stoughtoa, Samuel L. Pitkin, Pierpont Holliste*', Justus 
Gillett, Anson Bissell, Vacant, Joseph Comb3. 

Lieutenants— Julius Catlin, Vacant, Curtiss Skinner, 
Samuel Wiliiams, Chauncey Bryant, Jonathan Rno, John 
Bissell, 2d. Dryden Holcomb, Abner P. Wadsworth. 

Ensigns— Normand Lyman, Hezekiah Gay lord, Oliver 
Dart, Elisha Ilisley, Eli Pitkin, Bildad Rowley, Harvey 
Holkins, Marcus Griswoki, A. S. Srillman. 

Flank Companies* , 

Light Infantry. 
Captains-* Vacant, William Hayden? 
Lieutenants— Alva Blodget, Charles Barnard. 
Ensigns-* Daniel Stocking, Nathaniel Woodhouss! 

Rifle Companies. 
Captains— Oliver We 11 3. Enoch Powers. 
Lieutenants— Levi Wells, Thomas Roberts. 
EmgM— Lsmiwl Craoe, Richard Shephard.; 



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Sixth Regiment. 

Joseph Camp, Colonel. 

Joseph Williams, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Vacant, Major. 

Sylvester Pulsiver, jc Adjutant. Vaeant Chaplain.-- 
Vaoant, Quarter Master. Edward 3. Cone, Surgeon. — • 
G, S. Board man, Surgeon's Mate, Sidney Smith, 
Qr. Master* Sergeant, Philip S Sdlew, Sergeant -Major* 
Sam'KG. Wilcox, Drum Maj. Samuel CurtisSjFife Maj. 

Captains— James Standish, Horace Clark, Jared Wells, 
Wm. Butler, Joseph Wilcox, jr. Jedediah Johnson, Sylves- 
ter 81ish,Seth Stanley, Levi Coe, Hiram Hodge. 

Lieutenants — Elijah Reach, John C. Hayden, Georg* 
Hale, Thomas Danforth, Wm. Bowers, Spicer Leonard, 
Chauncey Goodale, Ira Dickinson, Curtiss Coe, Jesse 
Loveland. 

Ensigns — Thomas Belden, Mfra. Woodward, Gideon 
Welts, Walter W. Buckley, Linus Wilcox, Buckley Wet- 
more, Edward Sparks, AsUbcl Russell, Alfred Bailey, 
liowel W. Brown. 

Flank Company. 

Captain — Samuel Gal pin. 

Lieutenant— Joshua Goodrich. 

Ensign— Josiah W. Griswold. 

Rifle Companies. 

Captains — John C, Pratt, Elisha Andrews, Edward Lew* 
is, Mot-ris Bailey, Ozias Camp. 

Lieutenants —J ames Tibbals, Grove Hollister, Russet 
Penfield, Amos Miller, Harvey Strong. 

Ensigns— William H. Fisk, Joseph House, David Will- 
lams, Ebeuezer Post, Phineas Parmele. 



Fourteenth Regiment. 

Joseph Wright Cd. Colonel. 
Chester Grannis, Lieutenant Colonel- 
Vacant Major. 
Korman Hart, »3djuuut» Jonathan Cone, Cfoapiig.- 



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Thomas Brace, Qnarter Master. Lorenzo P. Lee, Pay- 
master. Julius P. Barnes, Surgeon. Caleb //. Austin, 
Surgeon's Mate. Ira Stanley, jr. Quarter Master Ser- 
geant. Correl Pettibone, Sergeant Major. E. Befins, 
Fife Major. L. Winship, Drum Major. 

Captains. Edward Tillotson, Cyprian Goodrich, Fran- 
cis //art, Rollin Atkins, Levi Upson, Solomon 8. Flagg, 
John Woodford, Ira Bronson. 

Lieutenants. Bryan Porter, John Lee, jc. Norman 
//art, Titus M. Roberts, Elizur //. Clark, Childs Good- 
man, Jesse »Sanford, Ambrose HarU 

Ensigns Elijah O Gridley, Seth looker, Horace W'ells, 
Josiah Reed,^?mon Thorp, Benjamin Belden, Seth TilloL- 
son, Wm. Johnson. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Richard Cowles, Root Gridley. 

Lieutenants. John H. Cook, Rensellaer Carter. 

Ensigns, Etastus Scott, Lewis Foot. 



Seventeenth Regiment. 

Samuel Norrris, Colonel. 

Isaac Phelps, Lieutenant Coloael. 

James Cornish, Major. 

Geo. C. Own en, Adjutant. -?llen McLean, Chaplain.-* 
Alfred Owen, Quarter Master. Wm, C. Gay, Paymaster. 
Joseph F. Jewett, Surgeon. Vacant Surgeon's Mate. 
King, Quarter Master Sergeant. Erastus ^Phelps, Ser- 
geant Major. Orrin Kindall, Drum Major. Asaph San- 
ders. Fife Major. 

Captains. 4sa Cornish. Alfred Sikes, Shubael S. //os« 
kins, Orson P. Phelps, Zenas Dyer, 'Julius C. Sheldon, 
J a lius Spring, Daniel B. Molcomb, Launcelot Foot. 

Lieutenants. — Virgil Fettibone, Alfred Austin, Moses 
Ensign, Charles T. ZTillyer, Luther ifigiey, ArtemasKin g 
Elam Kendall, //iram Campbell, Cbauacey Moses. , 

Ensigns — Obed Higley, Warren Lewis, Samuel Eo\* 
ccorob, Virgil Cornish, Isaac Mills, Horace Phelps, J uatitt 
i^ayes, George Viet** Ansel Humphrey- 



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Flank Companies, 
Captaini— Isaac Remington, Gift W. Adams* 
Lieutenants — Wm. Fuller, Rolan Hayes. 
Ensigns— James Hastings, Chester Hayes. 

First Regiment Cavalry. 

Samuel Belcher, Coloneh 
Miles Foot, Major, 

Elisha M. Jenks, adjutant. Shubael Bartlett, chaplain. 
Alfred Holt, quarter master. Ebenezer Pinney,pay mas- 
ter. E. D. Smith, surgeon. John Chubbuck, surgeon's 
mate. Winthrop P. Grant, sergeant major. Martin Pease 
quarter master sergeant. 

First Troop —Harlow Case, captain. Jo%n K. Tyler, 
1st. lieutenant. Asahel H.Nearce, 2d. lieutenant. Frank 
McNeale, cornet. 

Second Troop— Gorham Fuller, capt. Robert Thomp- 
son, 1st lieutenant. Frederick Marsh, 2d lieutenant.— 
Asahel C. Stiles, cornet. 

Third Troop— Qvvm Holt, captain. John Heath, 1st 
lieutenant. Lyman Colburn, 2d lieutenant. More Cady, 
cornet- 

Fourth Troop— Jerema Bliss, captain. Jonathan Clark, 
1st lieutenant. Solomon jBillings, jv. 2d lieutenant. Elea- 
zur Pinney, cornet 



Fourth Regiment Cavalry. 

Richard Wilcox, Colonel. 
Sidney Wadaworth, Major. 
Norris Wilcox, adjutant Joshua L. Williams, chaplain. 
Noah W.Stanby, quarter master. Samuel D. 7/ufebard, 
paymaster Zephaniah Swift, surgeon. Vacant, surgeon's 
mate. Selden Peck, sergeant major. Willis Wilcox, 
quarter master sergeant. John Rich, trumpet major. 

First Troop— John BL Smith, captain. Vacant, lit lUut 
Vacant, 2d lieutenant Richard B. Bailey, cornet. 
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Second Troop— J alius Bristol, captain. Lyman Wood- 
ruff", 1st lieutenant. Urban Woodruff, 2d lieutenant. — 
Eber J. Hart, cornet. 

f Third Troop — Vacant, captain. Seiah Hart, 1st lieut. 
Chauncey Rowe, 2d lieutenant. Enoch Cornwall, cornet. 

Fourth Troop— Low rey Bobbins, captain. Benjamin 
Hopkins 1st lieutenant. John Ellis, 2d lieutenant. Nor- 
ris Wilcox, cornet. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the second, seventh, tenth and twenty-se« 
•ond Regiments. 

Dennis Kimberly, esq. Brigadier General. 

William R. Hitchcock, Brigade Ma;or and Inspector, 

George Spalding, aid-de-camp. 

William M. Smith, Quarter Master* 



Second Regiment, 



George I Whiting, Colonel. 
William Pratt, Lieutenant Colonel, 
Lucius Canada, Major. 

Wra- S. Hotchkiss, Jr. adjutant. John Lewis, paymaster. 
Isaac H. Townsend, qr. master. Benjamin M. Hill, chap- 
lain. Isaac Jennings, surgeon. Charles Hooker» surgeon's 
mate. Nathaniel A. Baoon,ser§peant major Ailing Brown, 
qr. master sergeant, Isaac Tibbals, fife major. Jesse S. 
Jrardee. drum major. 

Captains— hemzn Chatfield, Cornelius B. Peck, Va- 
cant, Vacant, Wyllet Hemmingway, William Osborn, Ly- 
man Smith 3d, J?mos Thomas. 

Lieutenants— Birdsey Brooks, Nathan Gun, Jared C. 
Jocelyn, Eberezer Fisher, Wyllis Hemmiagway, Joseph 
W. Davis, Daniel Holbrook, Mark Sperry. 

Ensigns — John Durrie, John L. Lambert, Erastus B. 
Bills, Samuel Sherwood, Ruel Andrews, John R. Perry, 
Garred Smith, Ebenezer P. Parker. 



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Flank Companies, 

Captains— Curtiss Summers, Philip S. Calpin. 
Lieutenants- Alfred Mallet, Charles Nicols. 
Ensigns.— William Fowler, Charles ti. Whittlesey. 

jRz/te Company. 
Captain— Samuel Potter. 
Lieutenant— Calvin Beach. 
Ensign— Selah Clark. 



Seventh Regiment. 



William Ingham, Colonel. 

*#aron Bushnell, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Selden Huntington, Major. 

Wm. R. Clark, adjutant. Sylvester Selden, chaplain. 
Richard f*. Pratt, qr. master Joseph H. Hayden, paymas- 
ter. Reynold Webb, jr. surgeon. Daniel Piatt, surgeon's 
mate. Edward Sanford, sergeant major. Nathaniel C. 
Sanford, qr. master sergeant. Eiihu Ingham, drum ma- 
jor. Simeon Brooks, fife major. 

Captains— John Bushnell 2d, Daniel Ventris, David M. 
Griswold, Ambrose W. Post, Alanson Redneld, Robert C. 
Peters, Thomas C Smith. 

Lieutenants — John L. Whittlesey, George B. Bailey, 
David P. Kelsey, Sidney Bushnell, William H.Lay, Rich- 
ard L. Parker, Stephen Johnson. 

h Ensigns— William A. Pratt, Smith Clark, Wyllis D. 
Kelsey, Vacant, John Stannard, George W. Warner, Sel- 
den Gladwin. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains — Martin Griswold, Chauneej Child. 

Lieutenants — Buckminster B Elderkiu, Selden Skinner, 

Ensigns — Nathan Line, Silas Brainard, 2d. 
Rifle Company . 

Captain — Zina Jones 

Lieutenant — Charles XJ. Hayden. 

JEns^w—Noah P. Post, 



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Tenth Regiment. 

Walter Booth, Colonel. 
Eleazur Warner, Lieutenant Colonel. 
George A. Foot, Major. 
Timothy W. Baldwin, adjutant. Philo Hull, paymaster, 
Henry Scranton, qr. master- Charles J. Hinsdale, chap- 
lain. Joel L. Griffing, surgeon. Willoughby L. Law, sur- 
geon. Howel Merriman, sergeant major. Wm. Everetts, 
qr. master sergeant, George Weld, drum major. William 
Hill, fife major. 

Captains — Samuel Scranton,Vacant, James Blackstone, 
Vacant, John Graves, Ansel Baldwin, Richard Fowler 9 
James H. Benton, Leverett Ceok, Asher Robinson. 

Lieutenants— George Bartlett, Joel Curtiss, Joseph 
Goodrich, Edward Tuttle, Ichabod L. /Scranton, Walter ft. 
Foote, Benjamin Ressitter, William Fields, William D, 
. Brooks, John Swathel Jr. 

Ensigns— Russel Benton, Martin Jones, John Tylie, 
Haivey Smith, Daniel H. Smith, Levi Rose jr. Abraham, 
Coan 2d, Augustus Bishop, Joel Potter, Asahel Harvey.] 

Flank Company. 
I Captain— Joel Rice. 
I Lieutenant — Eli Austin. 
Ensign — Samuel Williams. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain — Julius Yale. 
Lieutenant"— Arba Merriam. 
Fnsign— William Merriam. 

, Twenty-Second Regiment. 

*#mos Dickerman, Colonel. 
|Allen Thomas, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Orrin Hotchkiss, Maj#r. 
V Josiah C. Flagg, adjutant. Frederick A. White, quarter 
master. Edward A Cornwall, paymaster. Vacant, chap- 
lain. John A. Cornwall, surgeon. John 1) Meers* sur- 
geon's mate. Ezra Dickerman, sergeant major. Edwin 
K. Yale, qr. master sergeant. Birdsey Booth, fife major. 
John Smith, drum ooaior. 



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Captains. Marcus Bronson, John Poster, William Law- 
rence, Moses Pond, Truman Davis, Vac mt, Alvin Sperrj 
viaron Chatterton. 

Lieutenants Edward Welton, Toel Morse 2d, Enos H. 
Curtiss, Mark Epson, William H. Mine, David M. Hotch- 
kisss, Oliver S. Chatfield, Joel Dorman. 

Ensigns. John S. Kingsbury, John Uarnes, Elib Birds- 
eye, Win. Parker, John /Hopkins, Castle Hotchkiss, Va- 
cant. Javin Woodin. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Chauncey Root, Chauuaey Peck. 

Lieutenants. Israel Holmes, Lauren Preston. 

Eniigns. Lauren Frisby, Alfred Doolittle. 



SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the third and fifth Brigades, 

Araariah Kibbee, Jr. esq. Major General. 

Ma/or Ebenezer Clark, ) ... . - 

Major JosiahB. Turner, \ A '^-de Camp. 

Lieut. Cel. George L, Perkins, Division Inspector. 

Major Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr, Division Quarter Master. 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the third, eighth, eighteenth, and twentieth 
Regiments. 

Nathan Pendleton, esq. Brigadier General. 
Russell Wheeler, brigade Major and laspector. 

Noyes Billings, \ id -de Camp. 
Nathan S. Pendleton, Brigade Quarter Master. 



Third Regiment. 

John C. Ely, Colonel. 
Sylvester Champion, Lieuteiant Colonel. 



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Zebuion Brockway, Major. 
Stephen I. Lord, adjutant Richard L. Lord, qr. wasterv 
Charles L. Peck, paymaster. Lathrop Rockwell, chap- 
Iain. Sylvester Wooster, surgeon* S H. P. Lee, Junr. 
surgeon's mate. John Danibrth, sergeant major. Henry 
R. Selden, qr. master sergeant. Samuel Darrow, drum 
major. Oliver Maynard, fife major. 

Captans— Vacant, Charles W' Wait, John W.Haugh- 
ton, Daniel Watrous, Daniel Byrne, vacant, Seth E. La- 
throp, Gurdon F. Chapel. 

Lieutenants— James Bulkley, William E. Colt, Josiah 
Baker, James L. Strickland, Richard Chapel, John G. 
Jewitt, Christopher^. Minard, John Bush. 

Ensigns — Thomas D. Fox Jonathan Caulkins, John B 
Rogers. Elijah bpencer, Vacant, Clement Fosdick, Enos 
Gates, Robert Fa» go jr. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains— Lyman Allyn, Reed Anderson. 
lieutenants — Vacant, Lemael Dickerman. 
Ensigns— Daniel G. Thatcher, George R. Griffin* 



Eighth Regiment. 



Joseph D. Mason, Colonel. 
Roswell Allyn, Lieutenant Colonel. 
George Ayre, Major. 
Russel Gallup, adjutant. Tra Hart, chaplain* Giles 
Wheeler, qr. master. Jonathan E. Culver, paymaster. 
Thomas I. Wells, surgeon, Win, Hyde, surgeon's mate. 
George Noyes, sergeant major. Ben; F. Williams, qr. 
master sergeant. A. L. Babcock, drum ma^'or. Samuel 
A» Newton, fife ma/or. 

Captains. Charles H Smith, Sanford Morgan, Ansel Coats, 
Parley Phillips, Vacant, Joseph Frink, Ezra Hewitt, Da- 
Kiel Mason. 

Lieutenants. William W. Rodman, Asa P. Edgecomb, 
Samuel H. Prentice, Henry Gallup, Vacant, John Breed, 
Dudley R Wheeler, Thomas Williams. 

Ensigns, Peleg Hancock, Saads Fish, Robert Palme* 



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Wra, II. Campbell, **very Lester, Ezra Miaer, Elish* 
Park, Vacant. 

Flank Companies. 
Captain* JLvevy Gallup, David Coats Jan. 
Lieutenants. Elisha Morgan, Allen Wheeler. 
Ensigns. Edwin Chester, Thomas Billings. 

Rifle Company* 
Captain- Vacant. 
Lieutenant. Henry Hal let. 
Ensign. Vacant. 



Eighteenth Regiment 

Asa Roath, Colonel. 

Samuel Button, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph Tilden, Ma/or. 

Wm. L'Hommedieu, adjutant. Frederick Prentice, qr. 
master. Thomas Hut chins, paymaster. David N. Bent- 
ley, chaplain. Wra. P. Eaton, surgeon. Horace Waldo, 
surgeon's mate. Horatio N Tracy, sergeant ma/or. Geo. 
B. Ripley, quarter master sergeant. Asa Manning, drum 
ma;or. Jooeph G. Lamb, fife ma/or. 

Captains. JBenj. L'Hommedieu, John B.Crary, Henry- 
Fowler, Oliver Johnson, Esquire C. Cook, Joseph B. Hib- 
kard, Cyrus Palmer, Wm. L Crocker. 

Lieutenants- Samuel Rogers, Vacant, Chauncey Wil- 
Jiams, Wm. Ladd, Hezekiah Boardman, Joshua Burnham, 
John Oiin, Ezra Hyde. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Graadison Phillips, John C- Ran- 
dall, Levi Armstrong, Symuei Cook, Eben. Bishop, Ge9. 
Giddings, Clark Hough. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. James Roath, Timothy Loom is. 
Lieutenants. Isaac Miner, Chester Tuller. 
Ensigns. Vacant, Henry B. Williams. 

Rifle Company* 
Captain. Elisha Tyler. 
Lieutenant, Dwight R.Tyler. 
Ensign. Alfred A. Young;. 



Twentieth Regiment 

EliLhaCoYell, Colonel. 

E]j;ah Bingham, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John T. Peters, Major. 

K>ah W. Bridges, pd/utant. Charles I. Cooley, qr. mas- 
ter. Vacant; paymaster. Isaac Parsons, chaplain. Eze- 
kf< I A. Parsons, surgeon. Royal Kingsbury, .surgeon's 

3m&te' George B. Smith, strgeant major. — Russell, 

qr. nv 'ter servant. 

Captain*. Jehiel Annable, Benj. M. Trumbull, Heze« 
kiah M Selden. <;yrus Phelps, Nathaniel Chapman, Reu f 
ben Watrous, Vacant, John B. Hutchinson, David Crom- 
well. 

Utuienants. Calvin C. Mack,Vaeant, Theodore H. Ar- 
nold*, J 'ha B. Lord, 1 Iv mas G. Fuller, Caleb Loomis, 
Bifie WV'ch, John H Pot, U. A. Penfield. 

r.ruigm. Socrates Chester, Vacant, Elias Seldon, Axa 
gnvir, H ish, Samuel Gates, Jonathan G. Bigelow, Amos 
C aik Jr. B. C. Geer, Francis L. Pilton. 

Flank Companies* 
"Captain** WtUtem W. Campbell, H. 3. Phelps. 
X t> tenmits. Henry Shepard, Nathan Smith. 
JLnsigns. Eliphalet Mitchell, Asahel Porter. 

Rifle Company. 
C plain. Elijah W. Day. , 

X untenant. Charles F.Day. 
K.mign t Amos Latham. 

FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fifth, eleventh, nineteenth, and twenty 
tk'ird Regiments Infantry, and second Regiment Cavalry. 

Daniel F. Hibbard, Brigadier General. 

John V7. Salter, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Thomas Gray, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Horace Gailord, .lid-de-Camp. 



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Fifth Regiment 

Erastus Lester, Colone?. 
Stamuel S. Mosley, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Waterman 0. C ark, Major. 

Benjamin E.Palmer, adjutant. Orrin C. Fowler, chap- 
Jain, Timothy Tingley, quarter Master. ftaniel Burgess, 
paymaster. Mozey Burgas 8, surgeon. Eieazer Litchfield, 
surgeon's mate. Edw»n Newbury, sergeant major. J. 
A. Foster, quarter master sergeant* Eiisha Cady, drum 
major, Alfred »/fverv, fife major. 

Captains — David Pierce, John Kingsley, Elihu P.Smith, 
Justin Swift, John Gallup, Harris Jlcnoli, Thomas Ken- 
yon, Chauncey F. Cleaveland. 

Lieutenants— John Day, Joseph B«nd, Hezekiah M. 
Baker, Benjamin Perry, Benjamin Hall, Parker Hill, 
Benjamin Crary, Griffin Clark. 

Ensigns— Herhert Williams, Rufus Saffbrd, Benjamin 
Hovey, Eliphalet Young, Christopher Hall, Lyman Day, 
Dixwell Lathrop, jr. Joseph Foster. 

Flank Companies. 

Ca/>/«t7w— David Spencer, Stephen Coitt 

Lieutenants — Harvey Clark, Vacant. 

Ensigns-— Ebenezer Williams, Benjamin Bacon. 
Rifle Company. 

Captain. Joseph Prior. 

Lieutenant. Joseph Lathrop. 

Ensign. George Cady. 



Eleventh Regiment 

William Alexander, Colonel. 

Calvin Day, Lieutenant Colonel. 

James Lyon. Major. 

Asa May adjutant. Roswell Whitmore, chaplain. Abiel 

May, paymaster. George Danielson, quarter master.-— 

Daniel Lyman, surge&rw Thomas Hubbard, jr. surgeon's 

mate. George Warren, sergeant major. Hosea K. Hough 



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ton, quarter master sergeant. Benjamin El well, fife m 
jor. Lewis Trowbridge, drum major. 

Captains. Peter Hall, Asa Lyman, Asa Alexander, Jlr\ 
mas Warren, Vacant. Noadiah Wellington, Andrew 
WilUamsOharles Crawford, Jacob Tourtellott. 

Lieutenant 8. George Trowbridge, Vacant, Daniel Cu 
ler, Elisha Danielson, George Goodell, Jonathan Skinne 
Elias Child, Moses C. Sessions, Joseph Benson. 

Ensigns. George H. Per in, Joseph Lyman, Otis Hs* 

ett, Warren Sterns, *#va Lyon, Frederick Larned, Ma* 

Chandler, Noah M. Coburn, Samuel Bixby. 

Flank Companies. 

Capiaim. Nehemiah Fox, Willard Russell, Robert 1 
Sharpe. 

Lieutenants. Samuel Reynolds, I* ■'•jit Porter, John E 
Adams. 

Ensigns. Abel Corbin, Orrin Pervin, George Wil 
iams. 

Rifle Company, 

Captain. Ralph James. 
Lieutenant. John Richmond. 
Ensign. Septimius Dorison. 



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Nineteenth Regiment. 

Eli Hyde, Colonel. 
*?s1)bel Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Harvey Terry, Major. 
John Cooley, adjutant, ^nsel Nash, chaplain. Horatif 
Hamilton, surgeon. Charles S. Thompson, surgeoa'j 
mate. Joseph B. Pitkin, paymaster. Rufus G. Pinney 
qr. master. Gilbert Allen,sergt. mayor. Z. Alden qr. maste 
sergt. Wm. More, drum major. Chs. Morgan, fife mai< 
Captains. Vacant t Carlos Chapman, Jarius Kibbi 
Alfred Thrasher, Silas Kibbee, Joseph iSmith, Nathan! 
O. Kellogg, Zina Winter. 

Lieutenants. Jonathan A. Bush, Oliver Grant Oi 
Pomeroy, Parley Converse, Cyrus Russell, Lemuel Wl 
aer, ifcrvey W. Miner, Lemuel Cushman. 



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Ensign*, Vacant, Kilbourn Barber, Asa Fuller, War- 
ren Otcott, Elijah Billing, Sanford Martin, Allen Ham- 
mond, Ephraim Dimmick, Jr. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Robert M. Abbee, Seth Washburn, Charles 
Meacham. 

Lieutenants. Samuel S. Fuller, Daniel Blodget, Heze- 
kiah Eldridge. 

Ensigns. William R. Loomis, Horaee Orcott, Vacant. 



Twenty-Third Regiment. 

James White, Colonel. 

Chester Daggett, Lieutenant Colonel. 

»/fmos Kagbee, Major. 

Barnhara Hibbard, adjutant. Chauncey Booth, chap- 
lain. Orrin Hunt, surgeon. Oliver K. Isam, surgeon's 
mate. Eber Dunham, quarter master. Stanley White, 
sergeant major. Vacant, paymaster. Origen Stores,quar- 
ter master sergeant. Mason Morgan, fife major, Joseph 
P. Loomer, drum major. 

Captains. Charles Arnold, Edward G. //untington, 
Roger Loomis, Joel W. White, John Mbray, Vacant, 
*#rmin Bolles, Anson Knowiton, Thomas Slough. 

Lieutenants. Erastus Smith, David Babcoek, Alphcus 
Kingsley, Jr. William Hunt, Joshua H Niles, Harvey 
Wright, Vacant, William Brown, Seplimius Burnham. 

Ensigns. Jabez 8. Cammings, John C.Rose, James 
D. tinman, Austin Isam, Otis Dimmick, Vacant, Henry 
Works, John W. Squires, Jared Clark. 

i Flank Companies. 
Captains. Jesse SpaflFord, Nathan Preston. 
Lieutenants. Joseph Conant, Samuel Collins. 
Ensigns. Darius Dexter, Calvin Whitney. 

Rifle Company. 
Captain. John Ensworth. 
Lieutenant Lyman Talcott, 
Knsign. 2/arvey Kingsbury. 



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Second Regiment Cavalry. 

Andrew Wells, Colonel. 
Jaeob Dressor, Major. 

jabez Fitch, adjutant Philo Judson, chaplain. j«! 
imiab Mason, quarter master Horace Gailord, payraasti 
Norman Brigham, surgeon. Josiah Clark,surgeon's ma; 
Hiram Summer, sergeant major. Joseph F. Keyes* quj 
ter master sergeant Henry Parkis, trumpet major. 

First Company. John C. /Toward, captain. Jonatt 
H. Gurley, 1st lieutenant. Gurdon Scales, 2d lieutena 
William A. Lathrop, cornet. 

Second Company. John Kendall, Jr. Captain. Ben 
mm Smith, 1st lieutenant. Waldo Parkis, 2d lieutena 
Henry Angel, cornet. 

Third Company. Gordon Bailey, captain Salmon 
Williams, 1st lieutenant. Amos Fowler, Jr. 2d Heutenai 
Erastus Hutchinson, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Abiel Fox, captain Loria Brow 
1st lieutenant. Mathew Borvin, 2d lieutenant. Geor> 
Seagaves, cornet. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the fourth and sixth Brigades. 

Morris Woodruff, esq. Major Geueral. 
Major John Wotaott, | AM§ de Camp 

Lieutenant Colonel,Wm, S. Hollabird, Division Inspector 
Major John M. Sterling, Division Quarter Master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the fourth, ninth, fifteenth and twenty fourfl 
Regiments Infantry, and fifth Cavalry 



Eii L. Hawley, esq. Brigadier General. 
Morris Ketcham, Brigade Major and Inspector. 






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ienry 5helton, Brigade Quarter Master. 
t Charles Jessup, aid de camp. 

Fourth Regiment. 

Federal Brinsmade, Colonel. 
Henry Sherwood, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Robert Knap, Major. 
,0swell Lewis, adjutant- Jilanson F. Lewis, quarter 
ter. John M. Thompson, paymaster. Wm* MM ills, 
;eant Major. Isaac Wells, quarter master sergeant- 
I B. Nash, surgeon. Joseph Alvoid, surgeon's mate. 
;eler Cable, drum major. Ezra Kirtland, fife major. 
'aptains. Ephraim H. Burr, David Gorham, John B. 
nett, Samuel Stratton, Eliphalet Banks, Solomon Cur- 
Lockwood Shelton, Wm. Richards. 
ieutenants- -Samuel Perry, Eliakim Hough, Charles 
ceman, Abijah Wallace, Morris Alvord, Charles Oil* 
, Preston B. Wakeman, Vacant 

isig-ns. Hezekiah Sturges, Jr. John N. Andrews, Na- 
iel L. Hill, Wm. H. Peet, Abijah Banks, Vacant, 
mers Crofoot, Vacant. 

Flank Companies, 
iptains. Vacant, Vacant, Charles DeForest. 
eutenants, David Wayland, Charles Perry, Joseph C. 
i. 
isigns. Anson Wakeley, Charles Bennett, Philo An- 

Rifle Company, 
iptain. David Corning. 
tutenant. Daniel Levin worth. 
•sigtu ^amuei B. Benedict. 



Ninth Regiment. 



Charles #u!burt. Colonel. 
William M. Holly Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry R Selick, Major. 
tin Clapp, adjutant. Bun Keeler, quarter master.- 



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Nelson Jarvis, paymaster. Sylvester Eaton, chaplain.— 
Nelsoa *#dams, sergeant major. Edwin Hurlbut, quartei 
master sergeant. Charles VV. Taylor, surgeon. John A' 
MaClan, surgeon's mate. 

Captains. Vacant, Drake Mead, //enry Chichester 
Alfred Taylor, Benjamin VV. Lyon, Lewis Raymond, Gil 
bert Close, Israel Smith. 

Lieutenants. Morehouse ./fldams, Israel Lyon, *#sa E l 
iSmith, Henry Seliek, Thomas A. Mead, Vacant, Davie 
Banks, Erastus C Bishop. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Gideon Ferris, Charles Jell iff, Malt 
feic jttiiiff, Salman Miner, Vacant, Daniel Youngs, Vacant 
Flank Companies. 

Captains Wm W. Holly, Lewis Mead, 

Lieutenants. David G. Scott, Israel Peck. 

Ensigns. Vacant, Heavy Mead. 



Fifteenth Regiment. 



John L. Andrews, Colonel. 
Gerardus Roberts, Lieutenant Colonel. 
[No further return of staff officers.] 
Captains. Oliver Andrews, Stanley Lockwood, Philo 
Baldwin, Asahel Beebe, Amzi Rogers, David S. Dibble! 
Elmore Treat. * 

Lieutenants. David Ambler, Horace Warner, J ohn 
Glover, George Clapp, Lewis Berdsley, James C. Judson 
Homer B bheruan. 

Ensigns. David H. Bough ton, Albert L. Gaylord, »#us 
tin N Botsford, Abram Stow, *#rza Bigelow, BenjaraM 
Smith, Orange Smith. 

Flank Companies. 
Captains. Elijah iJotsford, -inson H, Stuart. 
Lieutenants. Abiel B. Teril, Wm. Northrop. 
Qnsigns. John Curtiss, David Northrop, 



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Twenty- fourth Regiment. 

Phineas Chapman, Colonel. 
Nehemiah Keeler, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Bradford Wintoii, M*;or. 
Edmond Fanton, adjutant. Jared Olmsted, qr. master. 
>ijah Presque, paymaster. Jedediah Haw ley, sergeant 
ijor. David Burr, surgeon. Daniel Chapman, surgeon's 
ite. Jeremiah Olmsted,drum major. Major Boughton, 
I ma/or. 

Captains. Walter Sams, Aaron 0!msted,Edward Couch, 
larles DeForrest, Eliphalet S. Smith, George N. Bene- 
Jt, Alfred Burr, Ezra Meeker. 

Lieutenants. David Keeler, George Mead, Daniel S. 
aford, Stephen Hoyt Jr. Ephraim Lockwoud, John Ah- 
it, Edward Todd, David sanford. 

pnsigns. John Smith, George Middlebrook, Curtisi 
Jrchant, Daniel Cowley, Moses #ulkley, Coiman Hook- 
II, Bradley Gould, Aaron S. Hill. 

Flank Companies* 
'aptains. James Stewart, r&ufus St. John, Moses H. 
pies. x 

'deutenants. Stephen Jackson, Henry Chambers, Ebe- 
er S. # a ll 
\8igns. William Lee, Samuel Carter, Ira Baldwin. 

Fifth Regiment Cavalry. ( 

Hawley Morehouse, Colonel. 
Tertius D. Potter, Major. 

(amuel Brown, ad/utant. Matthew £. Mitchell, quarter 
iter. Joel W. Northrup, paymaster. Purges Gilbert, 
plain. Warren R. Fowler, surgeon. Jthiel Williams, 
geon's mate. Geoge Seeley, sergeant major. Wm. d> 
)sely, quarter master sergeant. 

irst Company. Gideoa Martin, captain. Nathan 
irdsley, 1st lieutenaat. Hudson Jud9on, 2d lieutenant, 
uman Minor, cornet. 
econd Company. Frederick Seeley, captain. Wm. 



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B. Hoyt, lit lieutenant Czar tftarr, 2d litutenant. Phi- 
1© Lyon, cornet. 

Third Company. Selden Lewis, captain. William 
Lockwood, 1st lieutenant. Hermon Atwood, 2d. lieuten- 
ant. 

Fourth Company. Shubael Cushman, captain. Liverit 
Allen, 1st lieutenant. Simeon Ford, 2d lieutenant, /fen* 
ry Marvin, cornet. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth and twenty* 
first regiments fntantry, and third regiment Cavalry. 

Uriel Tuttle, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Charles F. Sedgewick, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Jason Whiting, Brigade Quarter Master. 
Vacant, Aid de Camp* 



Twelfth Regiment 

Chauncey Crafts, Colonel. 
Erastus Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Hecock, Ivla/or. 

John Merwin, adjutant. ^31vin Hine, qr master. Grove* 
L. Brownwell, chaplain. Horatio Gridley, surgeon. *- 
Roderick C. Steele, sergeant major, — Hemingway ,qr. 
master sergeant. Vacant Surgeon's mate. Sanson War- 
ren, paymaster. 

Captains, Samuel Sherman, Lyman Stiles, Samuel 
Jackson, Jr. Merrit W. Barnes, Ithiel Hiekox, ErasUiW 
Reynold?, Joseph T. Lewis, Chester Riggs. 

Lieutenants. David C. Bacon, Chs. C. Htnman, Joseph! 
Ambler, Joseph S. French, Daniel B. Calhoun, Christoi 
pher Allyn, Harris Smith. 

Ensigns. Rufus J. Bunce, Benjamin J. Hinman, 'Joshua 
Bird, Ashbel H.Loveland, Seymoar Morehouse, Nathan i 
Kinksley, Leonard Bronion. 



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Flank Companies. 
Captains. Reuben M Uotchkn*s Titos Pearce, Jr.* 
Lieutenants. John Curtiss. >\nson Bradley. 
Ensigns. Asahel Strong, E»at»tu» Pearce. 

Thirteenth Regiment. 

Walter Johnson, Colonel. 

John R«'.ssel, Jr. Lieutenant Colonel. 

Sereno 13 (idiet, Major. 

Garry Averill, adjutant, James M. Johnston, quarter 
xna&ter. William H. Walton, paymaster. Pitkin Cowles, 
chaplain John Caihoou, surgeon. Snlom< h kllsstelL 
su.g;-on 1 s mate. Harry H4g?ey, sergeant m j<;r Miio 
Bam ham, quarter master sergeant Uoswe!' (.lark, drum 
m.jo'. Hiram Hinman, fifr majar- 

f; .plains. John Iham, John ti. Fu!!er f CharleS V. Cbrk* 
DaiJti Brewster, Anson Rogers, Chauncty Bunce, Jared 
S. Harrison, Gamaliel Everett, 

Lieutenants* Oaw'cy Deming, John Smith, 2d Edmund 
Gar, Andrew Surd ham, lohn Carton, Henry Belden, Or- 
vilk- Stephens, Joseph Lord. 

Ensigns Judson King, Ez^a St.'.>ne. Frederick King, 
Joshua VV. Stantan, XaSant, Luther Dean, Nathaniel Ben- 
edict, Lphraia Lord 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Vacant Setn Fu-.-ce. 

JAeuteiiunts. Hiram Kolcomb, Pf.inea? Baldwin, 

Ensigns. Lewis Lawrence, tiufus Paine, Jr. 

Sixteenth Regiment. 

Augustus Coleman, Colonel. 
Miles trmith, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jacob Hubbard, Major. 
Lewis CstlinJr adjutant, Leveritt Tnttle, quarter mas- 
ter. Ralph G. Camp, paymaster. Luther Hart, chaplain. 

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Samuel Buel, surgeon. Erastus L, Hart, surgeon's mate. 
■ ■ ■■ 6'aeket, sergeant major. Wm, M, Clark, quarter 
master sergeant. 

Captains. Samuel P. Bol!es, Wm. Gaylord, Asahei N. 
Barber, Hiram Loomis, Horace Smith, James ISjf . Pierpont, 
Fitch L. Bissel, Kussel Carter, Tracy Marsh. 

Lieutenants- David C. Sanford, Peter M. Roberts. John- 
son Cleavtland, Klihu Barberjr. Charles Wright, Barman 
Baldwin, Peleg Elmore, Darius Webb, Noth B. Smith. 

Ensigns. Daniel Baldwin, Amasa N. Chapin. Norman 
Wilson, Marcus Munsell, Lorenzo Hart, Linus Westover, 
ijah M. Gaylord, Garrey Morris, John S. Harrison. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Frederick Buel, Samuel Palmer, Leveritt 
Darrow. 

Lieutenants. Leonard Kinney, Hiram Norton, Levi 
Marsh. 

Ensig?is. Charles Jones, Horace Roberts, Garner Cur- 
tiss. 

Rifle Company* 

Captain. Vacant. 

Lieutenant. George Marsho 

Ensign. Herman Bissel. 



Twenty-first Regiment 

Jasper Bidwell, Colone!. 

Augustus Peas, Lieutenant Colonel. 

* Eiisha Smith, Major. 

"Bela Squire,adjutant. Abraham Griffin, quarter master. 

Darius Phelps, paymaster. James Beach, ehaplain. Lu» 

man Wakefield, surgeon. Benjamin Welch, surgeon's 

mate. Lambert Hitchcock, sergeant major. Kdmund 

13idweil> quarter master sergeant. Zsbonon Tibeli, drunk 

major Eraitus Holt, fife major. 

Captains— Absalom Well?, Erastus Beman, Frederick 
Phelps, Abiei Qase, Hiram Gaylord, Abial Peach, Jason 
' v fcage. 



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Lieutenants— Harvey Watson, Lester Looniis, Orson 
Andrews, Matthew Allen, Aaron Tibels, Isaac J. Newton, 
Giles H. Bass. 

Ensigns— Itufus Curliss, Cephas ft. Sclden, Willard 

hart, Jehial Case, • Stephens, Thomas D. Bosworth, 

Chester Stillman 

Captain. Vacant. 

Lieutenant Amasa Mallory. 

£ns:gn. Chester Soper. 

Flank Companies. 

Captains. Pinney North, Abraham Spencer. 

Lieutenants. Stephen B. French, Vacant. 

Ensigns. Samuel S imons, Vacant. 

Third Regiment Cavalry, 

Loring Bartlett, Colonel. 
Jannah B. Phelps, Major. 

Ezekiel Woodford, adjutant. Andrew Dimick, quarter 
master. William Rockwell, paymaster. Leonard B. La- 
throp, chaplain. Luther Tickner, surgeon. Vacant, sur 
geon's mate. Bartlett, sergeant major. — Stephens 

quarter master sergeant. 

First Company. Elias H. Joslin, captain. Samuel 
Bushnell, 1st lieutenant. Frederick Yale, 2d lieutenant. 
Uri tfushneli, cornet. 

Second Company. Vacant, captain. Samuel Baliber, 
1st lieutenant. Uri Taylor, 2d lieutenant. Vacant, cor- 
net. 

Third Company. Norman Kellogg, captain. Lester 
Newton, 1st lieutenant. Ezekiel Woodfard, 2d lieutenant. 
Harry Seymour, cornet. 

Fourth Company. Enos Frishy, Jr. captain. Juliai 
AlvonJ, 1st lieutenant. Daniel Lord, 2d lieutenant.— 
Chester Gas ley, cornet. 



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BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Consisting: of three Regiments of Light Artillery, an 

three Regiments of Horse Artillery. 

Nathan Johnson, esq. Brigadier General. 

Oliver D. Cooke, Jr. Brigade Major and Inspector. 

John Olmsted, Aid -de camp 

Horace W. Goodwin, Brigade Quarter Master. 



LIGHT ARTILLERY, 

FIRST REGIMENT- 

Formed from New London, Norwich, Brooklyn, To 

land, Lyme, Pomfret, Windham, Hebron and Griswoh 

Josiah Dean, Jr. Colonel. 

Charles Coit, Lieutenant Colonel. 

George Spaffoid, Major. 

[JVo Returns of Staff and Company Officers.] 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Saybrool 
Haddam, Simsbury, Winchester, Killingworth and Mij 
dtetown. 

Decius Humphrey, Colonel. 
El) A. Elliot, Lieutenant Colonel* 
Aurora Case, Major. 
Samuel Dodd» adjutant. Thomas Mjgatt, paymaster.- 
William H. Lynde, quarter master. Hector F. Phelp 
qr. master aerj. Joy H. Fairchild, chaplain, kichat 
Eeils, surgeon. Elias Pratt, sergeant major. Orrin I 
Lee. drum major. Warren Toiler, fife major, 

First Company. Solomon Olmsted, captain. Edwari 

. Harrington, 1st lieutenaut, Charles H. Olmsted, 2 

lieutenant. 



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Second Company, Richard Peck, captain. Reuben 
Hough 1st lieutenant. Wells ft. Byington 2d lieutenant. 

Third Company, Joseph Church, captain. James S. 
Wickham, 1st lieutenant. Orrin Webster, 2d lieutenant. 

Fourth Company Jabez Southworth, captain Pren- 
tice Pendleton, 1st lieutenant Charles C. Conkiin, 2d 
lieutenant. 

fifth Company. Dudley Clark, captain. Ro3well Brai- 
i&ard, 1st lieutenant. Daniel B. Ventriss, 2d lieutenant. 

Sixth Company. Etisha Sugden, captain. William H. 
Hallock, 1st lieutenant. William Mather, Jr. 2d lieuten- 
ant. 

Seventh Company,* Henry AMen, captain. Amos Beach, 
Jr. ti*t lieutenant. <lin.eiias Douglass, 2d lieutenant. 

Eighth Company. Iteuben Crane, captain Nathan 
•Griswold, 1st lieutenant. Stephen Wilcox, 2d lieutenant. 

Ninth Company. John Siil'ruan, captain Thomas If. 
fiill, 1st lieutenant. John Bell, Jr. 2d lieutenant. 



THIRD REGIMENT- 

Formed from Danbury, Strattord, Norwalk, New Havea s 
Washington, Derby, Oxford, Guilford and East Guil- 
i ford. 

W.lliam Odell, Colonel. 
Charles Fuote, Lieutenant Colonel. 
William Burwell, Major. 
M. A. Durand, adjutant Henry Hotchkiss, quarter 
masser. H Croowe.ll, chaplain. Wm. B. Thomas, pay- 
master. Chauweey B» Foote, surgeon. Alfreds Munson, 
surgeon's mate. William S Smith, set grant major E- 
Jg>h VV. tt&zen, quarter master sergeant. 

First Company Ira Gregory, captain. Lewis S. Hoy t t 
1st lieutenant. Thomas Ambler, 2d lieutenant. 
i Second Compavy Vacant, captain. Albert E Shef 
hod lai lieutenant. Peter C.Pixiee, 2d lieutenant. 

'( fvrcl Company. Vacant, Captain. Noah 8 Barnum, 
1st lieuteuaut. Samuel P, Randall, 2d lieutenant. 



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Fourth Cmopany. Vacant, captain. Wyllys Peck, (1st 
lieutenant Henry Peck, 2d lieutenant. Justin Redfieldj. 
3d lieutenant. Charles Munson, 4th lieutenant. 

Fifth Company. Welcome Geer, captain. John Gunn, 
*.3t lieutenant. Brastus Loveridge, 2d lieutenant. 

Sixth Company. William Lura, captain. Clark Woos* 
ter, tit lieutenant. Hiram Warner, 2d lieutenant. 

Seventh Company Samuel Wooster, captain. Mar- ' 
shall Perry, 1st lieutenant. Asa Hawklin, 2d lieutenant. 

Eighth Company. George Hart, captain. Alvin Leete, * 
1st lieutenant. Joel Griswold, 2d lieutenant- 

Ninth Company. Jonathan E. Wilcox, captain Fred-' 
erick W. Seranton, 1st lieutenant. Selah Lee, 2d lieuten 
ant, 



HORSE ARTILLERY, 

FIRST REGIMENT. 



Philo Harrison, Colonel. 
Thomas Hubbard, Lieutenant Colonel/ 
Enoch W. Piatt, Major. 

Alexander Harrison adjutant. Constant Kirtland, qtfar-8 
ter master. George Kirtland, paymaster. Asa King, chap- I 
lain. Kufus Turner, surgeon, Asa H.King, surgeon's 
mate. Harry Hall, sergeant major. Ralph Pratt, quarter 
roaster sergeant. T. Russell, trumpet major. 

First Company. David Leek, captain. Timothy Bar- 
tholomew, 1st lieutenant. Eliakim Linsiey, 2d lieutenant. I 
Miner Fowler, Jr. 2d lieutenant. Jesse Gilbert, Jr 4t I 
lieutenant. 

Second Company. Thaddeu